This week, Miss Clare Rebecca O’Neill takes us inside our make-up bag and outlines her five key essentials.
American politics has been in the spotlight of the world this past week, it is a divisive area but so too is farming politics.
Newmarket-on-Fergus farmer Joe Melody begins his column with The Clare Echo giving an insight into life on the farm.
Miss Clare, Rebecca O’Neill in her first column highlights how she is making the the most of her 5km radius…
This week The Clare Echo is proud to launch a new campaign called Click For Clare which, with the support of Local Enterprise Clare, has been devised to support members of the local business community who are trading online.
Darach Honan says Clare’s qualifier is a chance for the hurlers to get their season back on track and points to Limerick’s weekend win over Tipperary as an outing which has put the Banner’s Munster loss into perspective.
LOCKDOWN 2.0 is upon us and with it all the misery it entails. Expect to see the return of Zoom quizzes and virtual pubs for those who can stomach the thought.
One of the darkest days I experienced as a Clare hurling supporter was last year when Clare were decimated by Limerick in the Gaelic Grounds.
World continence week is an annual health campaign run by the international continence society and this is the week for…
*Miltown Malbay’s Direct Provision residents enjoyed a trip to Galway recently. Innocent Iroaganachi is an asylum seeker living in Miltown…