Security measures have been ramped up ahead of the June visit of U.S. President Donald Trump with workers at the Shannon Industrial Estate having to pass Garda clearance en route to their place of employment on Wednesday morning.
Donald Trump’s visit to Co Clare has been confirmed with the President of the United States of America due to arrive in Ireland on June 5th.
North Clare election candidate Róisín Garvey has warned that urgent action is needed to prevent the further closure of post offices in Clare.
*Trump International Golf Links and Hotel Ireland, Photograph: Arthur Ellis A large Garda presence was visible in Doonbeg on Sunday as Eric Trump paid a visit to Trump International Golf Links and Hotel Ireland.
Donald Trump’s visit to Clare this June has been given the green light according to US sources.
A 400 percent increase in profits at An Post to €41m raises serious concerns following the closure of 150 post offices around the country according to Fianna Fáil’s Rita McInerney.
*Doughmore Beach. Photograph: Arthur Ellis Renewed calls have been made for planning permission to be granted for coastal protection works at Doughmore Beach in Doonbeg in the wake of Storm Hannah.
US President Donald Trump is expected to visit Co Clare in June according to reports.
A plea to reopen Broadford Garda Station has fell on deaf ears.
An increase in revenues for 2018 combined with a drop in operating losses at Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg Ireland in what has been hailed the “best year” for the West Clare resort. Last year revenues rose to €11.4m which is a 48% hike on 2014 figures. This comes on the back of…