*Violet-Anne Wynne and Donna Deirdre McGettigan. Sinn Féin representatives in Clare are seeking an emergency rent freeze for three years in the county.
Five Clare students this week addressed elected representatives of the local authority demanding action on climate change.
A decision from the National Transport Authority (NTA) to take the contract for the county’s rural transport co-ordination unit (TCU) from Clare Accessible Transport (CAT) and award it to Limerick Local Link has been met with widespread hostility and labelled “a grave act of injustice”.
Calls for Sli Cara in Shannon to be purchased by Clare County Council to develop a public street in the town have been described as “premature”.
A motion of no confidence in Minister for Health, Simon Harris was approved by elected members of Clare County Council on Monday evening.
Bus Éireann experienced “an unprecedented demand” on its 343 service from Clare to Limerick at the beginning of the academic year leading to delays, congestion and inconvenience.
*Waste being collected from Doonbeg. Photograph: Doonbeg Community Development A fight against Clare’s “scourge of illegal dumping” could utilise Eircodes to clamp down on what it seen to be a big problem across the county.
Elected representatives of Clare County Council are the latest to ask their local authority to call on the Minister Health and the Taoiseach to support the Stand4Women campaign.
Town status could be afforded to Westbury, Shannon Banks and Carraig Midhe if approved by the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government.
Elected representatives of Clare County Council may have confidence in the Minister for Health but the people living in the county do not, Cllr PJ Kelly has declared.