As Clare mourns the loss of one of its greatest musicians in Chris Droney, The Clare Echo’s Páraic McMahon gets the views of other leading musicians and broadcasters in the county on the contribution made to our culture and society by the Bellharbour native.
A Podge Collins inspired Cratloe advanced to their first Clare SFC final since 2016 narrowly defeating an impressive St Breckans side.
A West Clare councillor has suggested that a coastal walk be developed in Kilkee akin to the popular Liscannor to Doolin trail.
A review of the maintenance and operation of all burial grounds in Co Clare is to be undertaken for the first time since the recession.
A five star performance from full forward Joe McGann was the highlight as St. Breckans booked a place in the semi-final of the Clare senior football championship with a merited win over a fancied Ennistymon outfit at Cusack Park.
St Breckans have marked their return to the top tier of the Clare SFC overcoming Cooraclare in a very entertaining contest on Sunday evening.
Cooraclare have ten Clare senior football championship titles to their credit whilst St. Breckans have yet to get their name on the coveted roll of honour.
A loss of income in the region of €1.3m has been estimated by officials within Clare County Council over the absence of parking fees during COVID-19.
Just over twelve months after becoming a county councillor for the first time, Cllr Joe Garrihy (FG) has been elected as Cathaoirleach of the West Clare Municipal District.
Swift movement at a national level is needed to sustain the future of North and West Clare, areas which are heavily reliant on tourism.