*Replacement works being carried out in Ennistymon this April. Photograph: Clare County Council Businesses in Clare are “losing money” due to “poor water quality”.
*Photograph: Arthur Ellis One year after submitting their planning application, approval has been granted to the Trump Organisation firm, TIGL Ireland Enterprises for a €38m development at Donald Trump’s Doonbeg resort.
There is no evidence of horse activity or horses on the Kilrush Rd following six separate investigations carried out by Clare County Council despite a local representative stating they were “causing havoc” on the busy road.
*Doolin Cliffs. Photograph: George Karbus An orange weather warning has been issued for Co Clare from 6pm on Thursday until 3am on Friday by Met Éireann.
Following last Monday’s decision by members of Clare County Council to increase the local property tax by fifteen percent, Sinn Féin have hit out at the move describing it as “an unjust tax on the family home”.
Buses using backroads in North Clare is “a serious, dangerous issue”, public representatives in the county have declared.
*A camper van making its way through Corofin. Photograph: Páraic McMahon Clare is not designed for camper vans and suitable locations need to be found to accommodate such visitors, members of the West Clare Municipal District have said.
New signings and away teams are oblivious to the dangerous junctions on approach to the grounds of Fern Celtic.
*Pictured at the signing of contracts for the development of the Clare Civil Defence Headquarters: (Front L-R) Carmel Greene, Head of Property Management, Clare County Council; David McInerney, Jada Projects Ltd.,; Cllr. Cathal Crowe, Mayor of Clare; Leonard Cleary, Deputy Chief Executive of Clare County Council; Larry Swift, Kelly RAC.; (Back L-R) Michael Corey, Project…
Clare’s local property tax is to increase by fifteen percent following a vote by elected members on Monday evening.