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Hotel Doolin first hotel in Ireland recognised as carbon neutral

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Hotel Doolin has become the first Irish hotel to be awarded carbon neutral status.

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Shannon Airport ‘at risk of falling behind Knock’ as public lose faith in Board

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Public faith in the board of Shannon Group has been lost and Shannon Airport is at risk of falling behind Knock Airport, elected representatives declared this week.

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Sixth annual run for A Taste of Lough Derg

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A Taste of Lough Derg’s sixth annual run is taking place throughout the month of September.

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Wild Atlantic Walkway would bring major benefits to Clare – Carey

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A number of coastal walks in North and West Clare could benefit from the success of the Wild Atlantic Way, one Clare TD has said.

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Teamwork needed to see Clare tourism offering rival best in Ireland

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*Scattery Island. Photograph: Fáilte Ireland West Clare’s tourism offering can easily rival the best in Ireland once proper collaboration is carried out in the region.

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Locals feel ‘disconnected’ from Cliffs of Moher

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*The Cliffs of Moher. Photograph: Ann O’Connell “A disconnect” exists between Clare’s premier tourist attraction and those living in close proximity to it.

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Plans lodged for multi-million euro development at Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

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Shannon Heritage has lodged plans for a significant multi-million euro development at the internationally famous Bunratty Castle and Folk Park.

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Cliffs are Ireland’s second most popular tourist attraction

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The Cliffs of Moher is the second most popular tourist attraction in the country. It saw a seven percent increase in the amount of visitors last year and the world renown Clare attraction continues to be one of the most visited locations in all of Ireland with more than 1 million people arriving to the…

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Shannon Heritage MD Niall O’Callaghan: ‘my first job was washing pots’

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Shannon Heritage MD Niall O'Callaghan. Photo courtesy of Shannon Heritage

EVEN though Shannon Heritage Managing Director Niall O’Callaghan’s initial career path wasn’t in the tourism sector, it seems it’s a life he was destined for. His first job was washing pots in the Dunraven Arms Hotel in his hometown of Adare, one of the stalwarts of Irish tourism. Six months after taking on the role…

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