We’ve all seen kids hypnotically staring at glowing screens in restaurants, in playgrounds and in friends’ house. Like a virtual…
Wild Atlantic Hemp is a CBD company based in County Clare and run by husband-and-wife team, Daniel Lyons, and Laura Jayne Foley.
Clare Echo farming columnist Joe Melody reflects on 2020 from an agricultural perspective and points to a rallying in the dairy sector to make a decent year.
As the new year gets underway we all hoped that Covid-19 would have been well supressed and we could begin the long road to rebuilding our lives but sadly that is not the case.
We can do well by doing good. I believe that this statement is something generations of Clare farmers are a testament to.
With all the rushing and racing of the Christmas Day and week upon us and most people in full throttle at the moment with Christmas week happening now, it is easy to get lost in all of the festivities, shopping, parties, cooking, eating, drinking and gift giving.
Rebecca O’Neill shares her top five hair products in this week’s Clare Echo column.
Optics do not reveal the whole story when it comes to ‘the cheque from Brussels’ received by farmers according to Clare Echo farming columnist Joe Melody.
As a large amount of the population in Ireland would know, supporting local businesses is crucial during this unexpected global pandemic.
Diversity! It’s a word that has a ring to it, it sounds rather noble but in the age of diversity training in large companies we seem to be moving away from diversity in farming.