Students across Co Clare held a day of action highlighting the importance of climate change.
Clare’s cultural community will unite today (Friday) to showcase the very best the county has to offer.
*Main image by John Mangan WHEN you walk into Taylor’s Bar in Ennis, on most winter nights a few things can be taken for granted, writes Stuart Holly. You’ll walk underneath a ‘fáilte’ sign at the front door before being warmly greeted by a blazing open fire to your right and the face of a…
*main image by John Mangan MOLONEY Fuels are preparing to warm thousands of Clare homes as they head into their 20th winter as one of the county’s most popular fuel suppliers. Once a family of grocers, Clarecastle native Seán carried on the Moloney family business by diversifying into the fuel supply business two decades ago…
Tributes to have been paid to the late William Freney by his colleagues and elected members of Clare County Council describing him as a huge asset to the county in which he lived and worked.
Four Clare students were among the recipients of the Amnesty International Ambassador of Conscience 2019 Award along with fellow Irish school strikers for climate action.
Clare Museum is now hosting an exhibition ‘Of Land and Sea’ featuring the work of three local artists.
1919: The War of Independence’ is the theme of Clare County Library’s ‘Decade of Centenaries History Week’ which runs until Friday.
Laura Brennan’s message in promoting the HPV vaccine will be amplified this evening (Monday) with the airing of a documentary telling her story on RTÉ ONE.
A monument in memory of the once “undisputed king of Ireland” Daniel O’Connell in the heart of Ennis has been subject to numerous incidents of anti-social behaviour including human defecation.