The Western Chauffeur Drive Association Ireland (WCDAI) is running a national Drive to Survive campaign which hopes to open meaningful dialogue with the government following an exclusion from the July tourism stimulus package which could decimate the chauffeur industry as a whole.
Gardaí are seeking the assistance of the public in finding a missing 24 year old from Ennis.
With Co Clare experiencing an unprecedented surge in domestic tourists over a short time period, Ennis councillors have called for the development of an overnight parking area for motorhomes in the county town.
Galway Greyhound track continued to be a source of success for Clare greyhound owners with victories over the weekend for Ennis, Tubber and Kilmihil owned dogs.
Refurbishment plans for the County Museum in Ennis have been given the seal of approval by elected representatives in the area.
Five Clare women will be involved with Treaty Utd as the club begins its first season involved in the Women’s National League.
Paddy Donovan’s first fight of 2020 has been set for August 15th.
A place in the quarter-finals is the reward for Éire Óg as they recorded a comprehensive twelve point win.
Day surgeries have resumed at Ennis General Hospital.
Better and more timely guidelines need in association with the Government’s roadmap for reopening the country must be outlined, the President of Ennis Chamber of Commerce has stated.