A project by Clare secondary school students and a multinational company is aiming to encourage more girls to pursue STEM subjects at third level.
Clare councillors are keen to follow the example set by students across the county by identifying ways to help the environment.
In the fourth instalment of Can’t See Can’t Be a fortnightly sports series highlighting female sports personnel within the county as part of the 20×20 initiative, The Clare Echo spoke with All-Ireland winning gymnast Becky O’Donnell.
In February 2017, the one in a billion birth of four identical quad heifers on the Clair farm in Maghera, Lahinch received national coverage and now two of the foursome are expecting twins.
Two West Clare communities are to benefit from pier and harbour funding over the coming months.
Frustration has been expressed locally as the Taoiseach has stated his opposition to reopening a twenty four hour A&E at Ennis General Hospital.
*Doug Howlett, Head of Commercial and Marketing, Munster Rugby, players Alby Mathewson, John Ryan, Chris Farrell, and Dave Kilcoyne, along with executive chef Danny Miller and Zest! managing director Ean Malone. Photo by Diarmuid Greene. Fresh from qualifying for the Champions Cup semi-final for the fourteenth time in seventeen years, Munster Rugby have signed a…
Bus Éireann experienced “an unprecedented demand” on its 343 service from Clare to Limerick at the beginning of the academic year leading to delays, congestion and inconvenience.
*Taoiseach Leo Varadkar was presented with cuff links from Katy Linnane & Junior Power. Photograph: Martin Connolly Scoil Chríost Rí’s €6.5 million school building was officially opened by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on Friday morning.
As a first time candidate for the local elections on May 24th, Shane Talty views himself as “a step towards the future” and he’s counting on the Ennistymon local electoral area to think the same when it comes to polling day.