Airmid Soap, a handmade soap company based in Kilfenora, was founded by Kevin Lynch and Tina Robinson in 2012 when their son was born with eczema and they struggled to find a gentle and effective soap for him which was kind to the environment.
An audit of flooding patterns along parts of the River Fergus has been requested by a North Clare representative while an Ennis councillor has warned the work of flood relief schemes is at risk of being lost.
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Retaining the ‘leaking spend’ of visitors to the Cliffs of Moher must form an integral part of a twenty year strategy for the country’s most visited outdoor tourism attraction.
Just as West Clare manager Michael Carmody’s name is synonymous in football circles in the West Clare penninsula, so is the name of Banner Ladies manager J.J. O’Dea throughout North Clare.
Kildysart, St Josephs Doora/Barefield and Shannon Gaels have qualified for the semi-finals of the intermediate football championship following their second round victories over O’Currys, Michael Cusacks and Kilfenora respectively at the weekend.
Kildysart’s superior fitness proved decisive as they eeked out a one point win over Corofin in what was a most entertaining intermediate football championship first round game at Cusack Park on Friday evening.
Clare greyhounds continued their good run of form with more success recorded in weekend runs in Limerick and Galway.
A North Clare businesswoman has received praise from all over Ireland after declining to take a booking from overseas visitors who had failed to quarantine for a period of 14 days after flying into the country.
Ballyea’s Colin Barry was remembered with a minute’s silence ahead of the action at Galway Greyhound Stadium on Friday last.