*Joe Carey outside Shannon Airport. Photograph: Chris Copley A Clare TD in the Fine Gael led Government has challenged management of Shannon Airport to stand up to the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA).
A potential purchaser has been identified for a Shannon based pharmaceutical company that was placed in provisional liquidation by The High Court.
€6,853,796 from the current round of LEADER funding has been allocated to projects in Co Clare.
42 Clare children who were without a secondary school place for September are to be accepted into Ennis Community College.
A new lease of life is heading to the village of Newmarket-on-Fergus following confirmation of a €1.2m investment into the Tradaree Social Food Enterprise.
A meeting is to take place tomorrow between a senior official from the Department of Education and principals from all secondary schools in the Ennis area regarding second level enrolment issues in the county.
*Ger O’Halloran. Photograph: Martin Connolly In his second bid to become a county councillor, Ger O’Halloran once again came up short as the closest candidate to the elected bunch.
*Garret McPhillips. Photograph: Martin Connolly Garret McPhillips has stopped his Fine Gael party from taking legal action following the outcome of a recheck in a dramatic Shannon Municipal District election count on Sunday.
Kilkee Golf Club and the Burren Ecotourism Network are the latest beneficiaries of LEADER funding in the county.
Pressure is mounting on the National Transport Authority to reverse it’s decision to award the TCU contract for Clare Bus to Limerick Local Link as opposed to Clare Accessible Transport.