Clare’s tourism strategy that has been over 18 months in the making has been forced to make a last-minute update on account of the current global pandemic.
The Clare Swift Survey 2020 takes place this summer in an auspicious communal effort to protect the common swift that makes a home for itself in the West of Ireland each summer.
19.2% of Clare pupils are in classes in excess of 30 with Cathal Crowe (FF) worried that social distancing cannot be maintained in schools with the current pupil to teacher ratio.
Extra emphasis is to be placed on utilising digital hubs in Co Clare in an attempt to aid more individuals working remotely during COVID-19.
Co Clare has recorded its largest increase of COVID-19 cases in the space of 24 hours while 77 additional cases and one new COVID-19 death have been recorded in the Republic of Ireland.
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THE Bishop of Killaloe has advised parishioners to pray to God that the current pandemic will end and has acknowledged it has “undoubtedly shaken the faith of some”.
A study on the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on the lives of young children is to be carried out.
Shannon’s latest masterplan must not become a document that gathers dust on a shelf and represents “the last chance” to plan the future of the town.
A plan is to be finalised by Clare County Council before public toilets at beaches across the county can reopen.