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.
After the joy of last week’s triumph over Wexford, the Clare hurlers and their supporters suffered the disappointment of a loss to Waterford. This was a game in which we experienced the full range of emotions as Clare’s performance ebbed and flowed after a terrible start.
Any person who spends much of their time in Ennis, like me will be aware there are no green spaces in the town centre. It lets our wonderful streets down, unequivocally.
In her latest column for The Clare Echo, Rebecca O’Neill questions if fashion trends are changing during COVID-19.
Co-operative spirit in the world of farming is best says The Clare Echo farming columnist Joe Melody who also hit out at the basis for arguments in favour of veganism.
Fresh from being one of the few pundits in the country to correctly call a Clare victory Wexford, Darach Honan has backed the Banner to do the business in the All-Ireland quarter-finals but said greater support for Tony Kelly in attack is crucial to this.