One of Ballyea’s most loyal supporters and a popular figure within Clare greyhound racing circles, Colin Barry has died.
Co Clare has recorded four weeks without an increase in COVID-19 cases while across the country six more deaths and 23 additional cases have been recorded.
Trade union officials have described the intended pay cuts for staff at Shannon Airport as “unacceptable”.
“Speed merchants” in Cloughleigh have prompted calls for increased traffic calming measures in the area.
A second Clare TD has called for the management of Shannon Group to step down.
West Clare projects submitted as applications for Government funding are to be reviewed in light of potential changes caused by COVID-19.
Scattery Island Tours resumes its operations on July 3rd, with owner Irene Hampton optimistic that the West Clare island escape will provide the perfect platform for a family staycation in what will undoubtedly be, the hardest year to ever hit the tourism and hospitality sector.
No new deaths from COVID-19 have been reported on Wednesday with an additional 11 cases confirmed while Co Clare is now 27 days without an increase in cases.
Labasheeda is to get the treatment afforded to Lahinch, Liscannor and Ennistymon last year as it has been chosen for the paint scheme administered by Clare County Council.
Canadian novelist Kayla Herbert has penned a masterful tale of Irish descent, with the young adult writer longlisted in the Adventures in Fiction’s 2018 New Voices competition.