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.
A Clare family are anxiously waiting for an update from the Department of Justice surrounding the death of a 23 year old man in 1986.
Shannon Heritage operated sites will close to the public from January to April next year.
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.
Three additional stops have been proposed for the Ennis to Limerick railway line in a plan that also highlights a potential rail link for Shannon Airport.
Gardaí have been praised for the ‘near-elimination’ of thefts and robberies from Bunratty.
A family run chain of stores in South-East Clare have been victims to a sustained series of robberies by a “professional” outfit.
A reduction in VAT for hospitality will be reduced by 9 percent but for the many it comes too late, a West Clare hotelier has warned.
Bunratty dairy farmer, Joe Melody has been named Clare Macra Young Farmer of the Year.