*Bobby Kerr, Chairman of the Board, Cliffs of Moher Ltd, Leonard Cleary, Director of Rural Development, Clare County Council and Geraldine Enright, Marketing Manager, Cliffs of Moher centre. Photograph by Eamon Ward. A new shuttle bus service has been launched by the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience aimed at further enhancing sustainable development and management…
*Aobhan Haverty – Further Education and Training, Shelagh Graham, Director of Organisation Support and Development, Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board, George O’Callaghan, Chief Executive, Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board, Dr Michael Hannon, President – GMIT, Triona Lynch- Further Education and Training, and Lorraine Cunningham, Schools Liaison Officer, GMIT. Photograph: Brian Arthur…
A continued grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft has taken €60 million out of the Mid-West economy according to Shannon Chamber who have lamented the lack of financial support provided to Shannon Airport by the Irish Government.
Ireland’s newest millionaire purchased their winning Lotto ticket in a Sixmilebridge store.
*Pictured in Moycullen at a joint meeting of the ICAN project community participants, left to right, Eric Shaw, Clarecastle Community Development Group; Congella McGuire, Heritage Officer, Clare County Council; John O’Brien, Shannon Historical Society; Olive Carey, Dúchas na Sionna A number of Clare heritage groups are partnering with the National Museum of Ireland and Clare…
*Orla O’Gorman & Dr Marc Scully, Psychology lecturer at MIC. Clare student Orla O’Gorman was commended at the recent 41st Annual Congress of Psychology Students in Ireland.
Tulla is more divided than parts of Northern Ireland according to one native of the East Clare town.
Ennis’ Christy Murphy will launch his first book of short stories at 7pm this evening (Friday) at de Valera Library in the county town.
*The Cliffs of Moher. Photograph: Ann O’Connell “A disconnect” exists between Clare’s premier tourist attraction and those living in close proximity to it.
*Rita McInerney. Photograph: Arthur Ellis Restrictions on new applications for home help services will have negative consequences for families, carers, and the wider health services across the county, Fianna Fáil’s Rita McInerney has said.