“An unmerciful mess” has been left behind at Skehanagh following the departure of up to 35 caravans that had been illegally located close to the M18.
An Garda Síochána have been praised for their engagement with the public and handling of big events in West Clare in the past two months.
*Gardaí on patrol. Photograph: Martin Connolly Doonbeg may not have much facilities for their youngest generation but they believe the Trump family’s continued investment in the local hotel and golf course offers possibilities for the village’s future.
*Tommy Tubridy. Photograph: Arthur Ellis It started with the trumpets for the 20th Doonbeg Jazz Festival and now this week the West Clare village welcomes the 45th President of the United States of America with restaurant owner and publican Tommy Tubridy noticing an increase in business since Donald Trump’s trip was announced.
*Trump International Golf Links and Hotel Ireland. Photograph: Arthur Ellis Traffic restrictions are to be “kept to a minimum” for the three day visit of US President, Donald Trump to Co Clare.
*Eugene Long (centre) with Joe Carey and John McInerney Upon retiring from An Garda Síochána in February after 34 years of service, Eugene Long did not envisage an entry into local politics.
Paul McGinley’s plans for creating a “festival atmosphere” at Lahinch for The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open have received two major boosts.
*Photograph: Shane Casey Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan has been contacted in relation to concerns at staffing levels at Ardnacrusha Garda Station.
Shannon Gardaí are appealing for the public’s help locating a man missing for over twenty four hours.
Students attempting to source accommodation overseas for the summer and the start of college in the autumn are being advised by An Garda Síochána to be alert of rental scams.