Ireland’s Chief Medical Officer has said the country is over-focussed on blaming individuals for breaching guidelines while less than five new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Co Clare.
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Co-owner of Minihane’s Supervalu Gort, Fiona O’Driscoll, recognises the local Gort community as really strong and that since pushing through a number of adversities such as the recession, flooding, the bypass and now Covid-19, Gort, as a town, supports a simple and wholesome lifestyle.
The Court of Appeal have supported a High Court decision that will result in forthcoming evictions from an illegal encampment in Ennis.
More than forty Clare homeowners are living in fear that their houses will crumble due to the presence of damaging materials in the building blocks used to construct them.
Ennis is on course to become a university town as early as next September following confirmation that the AIT-LIT Consortium has formally submitted its Technological University application to Government.
Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin and Ultan O’Brien have released a new single and video called ‘Cúirt Bhaile Nua.’
Senior officials in Clare County Council have confirmed there has been “considerable interest” to an application to construct a biomass plant in Stonehall.
Co-operative spirit in the world of farming is best says The Clare Echo farming columnist Joe Melody who also hit out at the basis for arguments in favour of veganism.
Less than five new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Co Clare among the 318 nationally.