Tributes have been paid to well known book shop and theatre owner Éibhleann Ní Ghríofa who passed away earlier this month having been diagnosed with terminal cancer during the summer at the age of just 36.
Two Clare natives have been running an unofficial Christmas challenge for five years against An Post and are hoping that this will finally be the year that they get the better of the national postal service.
Clare’s Doireann Ní Ghríofa’s prose debut continues to earn rapturous applause.
Kilnamona’s Doireann Ní Ghríofa was among the winners at the Irish Book Awards.
A former Clare TD has declared the construction of a three storey car park is key to making the pedestrianisation of Ennis a success.
Kilmaley men Dáire Keane and Sean Ryan are running a marathon on December 6th in aid of Sláinte an Chláir. The pair, who both hurl for Kilmaley’s Senior team, had always wanted to do a marathon together and were originally aiming for the Dublin City Marathon.
As Clare and Wexford put the final touches to preparations for their round 2 All-Ireland hurling qualifier clash on Saturday at O’Moore Park in Portlaoise there is much focus on the rival managers Brian Lohan and Davy Fitzgerald.
Kilnamona mother Ciara McGuane is fighting for birth partners to be allowed access to maternity hospitals and an ease on restrictions which she feels the government have failed to address in the Living With Covid Plan.
A submission for a roadside barrier at Kilnamona has been made to Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) by the Ennis Municipal District.
Clare poet and author Doireann Ní Ghríofa’s bestselling debut A Ghost In The Throat has secured two nominations in the forthcoming Irish Book Awards.