*Sean Healy and Ann-Marie McMahon. Photograph: Joe Buckley Eleven year old Seán Healy from Cratloe has been sworn in as an Honorary Member of An Garda Síochána.
On Friday, twelve men will dress up in clothing that for them is not the norm and incorporate new characters as part of a beauty contest with a difference, all in aid of Rape Crisis Midwest.
*Gardaí in West Clare. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s Garda Division faces a potential amalgamation as part of major alterations within An Garda Síochána in Ireland.
*Noreen Lynch An interest in politics only developed in the last year for Noreen Lynch and now the sixty one year old has decided to dive head first into local politics by placing her name on the ballot paper for Friday’s election in the Kilrush electoral area.
Three attempted robberies in the county were foiled in the past week as homeowners were surprised and some left traumatised to find intruders in their homes.
A future merger between Garda Divisions in Clare and Galway has not been ruled out. Concerns on whether the county Garda Division would join forces with neighbouring Galway still remain following a special meeting of Clare County Council on Monday. Assistant Commissioner, Anne Marie McMahon outlined that the Commission on the Future of Policing would…