Overlay works due to take place in Mountshannon between July and September will require patience and co-operation from locals, Cllr Pat Burke has said.
*Photograph: W Kennan A high fire risk has been announced for Co Clare by the Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine up to and including Friday May 17th.
*Tekelek CEO, Peter McCarthy. Photograph: Eamon Ward Shannon company, Tekelek Group plan to expand on it’s operations with an application currently before Clare County Council.
*Cllr Ann Norton. Photograph: Gary Collins Five years on from bursting onto the political scene in Clare, Cllr Ann Norton has no intentions of leaving public office just yet.
Dermot Hayes has hit out at the amount of Council houses built in Clare from 2016 to 2018 and has called on the county’s electorate to end “the cosy consensus between long-time councillors and the top table”.
*Marie McMahon. Photograph: John Mangan A North Clare woman has spoke publicly for the first time about the horrifying last days endured by her deceased husband on a trolley at University Hospital Limerick.
Politics and elections have always been in Martin O’Loghlen’s life but on May 24th it will be his name on the ballot paper instead of the many candidates he has helped get over the line.
A first time candidate in the local elections, Frank Cullinan has pinpointed Ennis General Hospital as “the major issue” he will work on if successful in his bid to become a county councillor.
Challenges facing Shannon Airport must be considered in the upcoming tourism strategy to be produced by Clare County Council.
Thousands of Clare people are to walk and run from darkness into light in the early hours of tomorrow morning.