Patsy Neville and the 12 O’ Clock Hills Committee have industriously engineered a number of environmentally friendly tourist attractions within the Kilkishen area.
Clare councillors have highlighted that numerous flashing orange lights on approach roads to schools are faulty and not working.
Clare politicians are seeking an amendment to Level 5 restrictions to enable Marts to remain open.
East Clare councillors have appealed to the local authority to install street lighting at two sections of road approaching Quin village.
The Clare Echo has launched a new partnership with South Clare Meals on Wheels.
An East Clare councillor has encouraged hospitals to let individuals take personal responsibility for their medical records.
Kilmurry native Jim Fitzpatrick’s position has allowed him to gain a special insight into the food supply chain market throughout the world, identifying the many flaws, fluctuations and flagrant abuses of power seen between the developed and developing world.
44 Tidy Towns groups in Co Clare have been allocated a combined €54,000 which they will be able to use despite the cancellation of this year’s competition.
*Mairead Casey after dropping food to Mrs Casey on the Ballycar Rd. Photograph: John Mangan A Newmarket-on-Fergus based community group…
Delays to Clare projects on Irish Water’s mains rehabilitation programme have been labelled as “chronic” in Miltown Malbay. A list…