*Photograph: John Mangan A “major protest” is to take place on February 1st with the demand of getting better healthcare in the Mid-West.
Uncertainty still surrounds the future of the Community Office in Shannon.
A Clare Garda is bidding to raise €75,000 so that he can launch an app that will ‘empower young people to make better decisions online’.
*Andy Tierney. Photograph: John Mangan Ennis based Tierney’s Office Automation Ltd have attained ISO standard which its founder maintained recognises its “high security standards”.
Instances of vandalism at Clare Abbey are continuing with one headstone recently damaged for the third time.
Doctored accounts were presented to club delegates at the AGM of the Clare Schoolboys/Schoolgirls Soccer League (CSSL) it has emerged.
*Kieran Mahony keeps the ball at his feet watched by Brian O’Connor & Gary O’Connell. Photograph: Joe Buckley Newmarket Celtic extended their lead at the top of the Maloney Garden Machinery Premier Division with Alan Kelly’s second half goal the difference in a tame Sunday morning affair.
*Dr Michael Harty. Photograph: Joe Buckley Clare’s Dáil Éireann constituency has been blown wide open with sitting TD, Dr Michael Harty (IND) announcing he will not be seeking re-election.
*Photograph: Martin Connolly A man whose his own son lost his life in quarry swimming incident less than two years ago has died.
*Mikey Wall of Shannon Hibs loses possession to Denis Kinlan & Owen Humphrey. Photograph: Joe Buckley Shannon Hibernians have exited the FAI Junior Cup in the last sixty four, coming up short to Dublin side Tolka Rovers on Sunday afternoon.