South Clare Meals on Wheels located in Newmarket-on-Fergus will be able to purchase a new delivery van following a donation from Ei Electronics.
Transparency is still lacking in the beef industry while The Clare Echo’s farming columnist Joe Melody this week questions what achievements have been made by The Beef Plan in 2019.
Costings are to be finalised for the installation of a pedestrian crossing in Sixmilebridge.
Bunratty Cratloe FC are hosting a virtual Valentines walk or run and are encouraging the people of Clare to get involved.
Planning permission granted for 41 houses in Bunratty has been appealed following fears from local residents that the village would lose its identity as a ‘crucial tourist location’.
Excitement is building on the Melody farm with the starting line for calving season in sight.
Farming needs to be developed as a career path for young people to add a vibrancy and energy to the industry, farming columnist Joe Melody opines.
Healthy food leads to healthy people says The Clare Echo’s farming columnist Joe Melody who admits daily messaging from health officials surrounding the virus are missing a trick.
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.
A Clare councillor has warned that “a major accident” is on the cards if a slip road joining the dual-carriageway is not extended.