Clare is targeting becoming the remote working capital of Ireland.
A mass gathering held in Kilkee into the early hours of Sunday morning has prompted Clare County Council and locals to appeal to younger members of the public to follow advice issued from the HSE in relation to COVID-19.
A parking and viewing area in Spanish Point is to be resurfaced, Clare County Council engineers have confirmed.
Repeated calls have been made for Clare County Council to acquire Shannon Heritage sites in the county.
Repeated perturbation has been voiced with the administrative process behind the reasons outlined for refusal of planning permission within the county on the grounds of visual impact.
Calls for a new footpath in the vicinity of one of Clare’s busier holiday parks have been rejected by the County Council.
Irish Water have been described as “a pure disaster to deal with” by West Clare councillors.
Cappa Beach was one of the many Clare facilities embraced during the height of COVID-19 restrictions by locals, improvement works for the Kilrush attraction have been confirmed.
Shannon Heritage workers have been “left in limbo” as continuous pressure mounts on the management of Shannon Group to extend the planned opening period for its Mid-West attractions this year.
Clare’s longest serving councillor has led the call for the creation of a “mini marina” in Labasheeda.