*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.
*Kate Harty hands in the Clare PPN’s submission to Clare County Council’s Draft Climate Change Adaptation Strategy. For the average Junior Certificate student once the exams are complete the summer holidays represents a time to relax and recuperate but Kate Harty is not your atypical teenager.
*A kite surfer in Lahinch. Photograph: Brian Arthur Lahinch is the focus of a RTÉ TWO documentary which airs tonight (Tuesday).
Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague has cancelled her weekend trip to Ennis.
Cathal O’Rourke is a fifth generation farmer in Tubber but he and his wife, Bronagh are bringing a whole new dimension to the almost 500 acres of land.
Stuart Holly, Editor of The Clare Echo and a former journalist with The Clare People reflects on the announcement that the weekly newspaper is no more.
Not alone does Make Kilkee Plastic Free do what it says on the tin but also reminds the people of Ireland that it’s residents are proud of their environment and what the area represents.