Shannon’s Andy Moloney is getting set to cycle almost 550 miles all in aid of autism charities on both sides of The Irish Sea.
*Photograph: John Mangan Clare is back on top of the world of traditional music following the success of Cnoc na Gaoithe in Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann.
Shannondoc has allayed concerns that the night-time shift it operates from Miltown Malbay is to be shut down.
*Niall Deasy keeps tabs on Patrick Donnellan. Photograph: Clare GAA Streaming club games online “is going to take off” according to Clare GAA Chairman, Joe Cooney.
*A Garda checkpoint in West Clare. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s Garda Division is to merge with its Tipperary counterpart as part of widespread changes to the governance structure of An Garda Síochána.
Shannon Airport are confident of filling the void left following Norwegian Air’s decision not to withdraw its services from Shannon, Cork and Dublin.
*Gardaí on duty in Shannon. Photograph: Steve Ford Changes to policing in Clare are to be unveiled tomorrow (Thursday) as Commissioner Drew Harris announces a new Garda operating model.
Planning permission has been granted for a six screen cinema in SkyCourt Shopping Centre, Shannon.
‘One man’s trash is another man’s treasure’ goes the old saying and this Sunday a valuation day in Killaloe will determine for many Clare people whether it is true or not.
*Lahinch Beach. Photograph: Sue Pollard Elevated levels of bacteria in the water have led to the introduction of a do not swim warning in Lahinch.