Four months on from the request of its foundation, a taskforce designed to support staff at Moneypoint has not held a single meeting.
*Clare County Council’s digital hub in Kilrush. A policy on remote working within Clare County Council is to be prepared for 2020 as the local authority contemplates letting some of its 970 plus staff carry out their daily jobs from hubs across the county and in their own home.
*Doonbeg’s David Tubridy tries to keep tabs on Éire Óg’s Dara Walsh. Photograph: Raymond O’Mahony An increase in competitive adult games is needed in Clare before ‘there are no GAA players left’.
*A camper van making its way through Corofin. Photograph: Páraic McMahon Clare is not designed for camper vans and suitable locations need to be found to accommodate such visitors, members of the West Clare Municipal District have said.
Clare’s cultural community will unite today (Friday) to showcase the very best the county has to offer.
Consultants have not been appointed for the delivery of flood defence works along the Shannon Embankments.
*Bernd Goetz (cameraman); Mark Hammerl (sound engineer); Nathaly Janho (director); and Tony Kirby, Heart of Burren Walks, filming in the Burren National Park for the popular German travel programme called Service:Reisen Die Ratgeber. Photograph: Eamon Ward German TV station, Hessicher Rundfunk were filming in Clare this week along the Wild Atlantic Way with shots from…
*Flying Harry by Kim Thittichai. Loop Head-based artist Kim Thittichai is exhibiting her Atlantic inspired works at Cultúrlann Sweeney, Kilkee until September 23rd.
In the space of thirty four years the amount of people living in West Clare having to go towards Ennis and further afield for work has doubled, the owner of the West Clare railway Jackie Whelan has claimed.
Brexit has been attributed with causing “a beef crisis” in Co Clare.