Two Clare natives have been running an unofficial Christmas challenge for five years against An Post and are hoping that this will finally be the year that they get the better of the national postal service.
A Feakle volunteer run centre is continuing to tackle isolation.
A sixth digital hub owned by Clare County Council was officially opened on Wednesday.
With a motto of not letting go of staff during difficult times, not alone have Expeditors maintained their existing workforce but have added to it over recent months.
Psychological crime writer, Siobhán MacDonald has set her latest novel in Clare and focuses on how a successful individual’s life can spiral out of control in one weekend.
Returning to senior hurling will benefit the rising starts set to join Scariff’s hurling panel in the coming seasons, midfielder Diarmaid Nash maintained.
Corofin/Ruan’s burgeoning underage dominance extended to a second successive Willie Chaplin Cup on Saturday afternoon but only after a stern evaluation from Feakle/Killanena in O’Garney Park, Sixmilebridge.
Feakle/Killanena upset a fancied Clooney/Quin side to progress to the final of the Clare Minor A hurling championship.
A shop window in Tulla has become the quintessential component in the war on plastic and packaged goods within the town.
Leading up to the historic 1995 All-Ireland final, talk of the Biddy Early curse began to take hold within the county.