*Photograph: John Mangan 46 new cases and 9 deaths have been recorded in the Republic of Ireland over the past…
“Chronic underinvestment” in education and childcare will “come home to roost” with the attempted reopening of schools and creches in the coming months according to a Clare principal.
Ireland’s recovery rate from COVID-19 is now at 90% while 17 more deaths and 73 new cases have been recorded in the country.
IT SEEMS like worlds away now, but when Leo Varadkar made the announcement that schools were going to close on Friday March 13, little did Leaving Certificate students realise it would be their last day of school.
COVID-19 tests are costing €200 a go, the Taoiseach in response to a query from a Clare TD.
THE Clare branch of the Irish Red Cross have done some incredible work helping communities deal with the Covid-19 crisis.
Ireland has recorded its lowest daily total of new COVID-19 cases in over two months with an additional 9 deaths and no new cases in Co Clare.
UL’s Governing Authority has recommended the issuing of refunds for students in rented accommodation at the university.
Emergency funding worth over €73,000 has been approved by the Clare Local Community Development Committee (LCDC).
For the first time since the beginning of March, there have been no confirmed COVID-19 deaths in the space of 24 hours in Ireland.