A motion for businesses in Ennis town centre to receive Council assistance when it comes to the cleaning and repair of gutters and downpipes has been defeated.
Unavailability of broadband in parts of West Clare “is a clear case of discrimination against people in rural Ireland”, one resident has claimed. Independent councillor, Christy Curtin hit out at the second class treatment to the people of West Clare when it comes to the provision of broadband at Wednesday’s meeting of the West Clare…
*Dermot Hayes with the late Martin Naughton. Dermot Hayes will run as an Independent candidate in the Ennis Municipal District for May’s local elections.
*Ann-Marie Hooke and Helen Shiels with fifth year history students from Coláiste Muire. Photograph: Eamon Ward. History came alive on Friday as Tomás Mac Conmara presented his research in the form of aural and video interviews.
A Lahinch man was among 157 people that died following a plane crash on Sunday. Michael Ryan formerly of Attychristoria, Lahinch was a victim in the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash that claimed the lives of passengers from 33 countries travelling from Addis Ababa to Nairobi on the eve of the UN Environment Programme in Kenya.…
Shannon has “significant opportunity” to “expand globally as a recognised centre of excellence for current and future software engineering/aviation/logistics talent,” according to a new strategy for the south of Ireland.
*Photograph: Martin Connolly Securing a replacement for Roche has been labelled “a lost cause” by Independent TD, Dr. Michael Harty.
*Fergus Rovers members dancing at The Height in Ennis. Photograph: John Meyler Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann could be returning to “the home of traditional music” in the next five years if Ennis councillors get their way.
An Garda Síochána are “in a good place” when it comes to resourcing members of the force, a senior official has said.
A local bottle recycling scheme needs to be developed to deal with a growing amount of plastic waste in the county, Seamus Ryan has claimed.