Criticism has been fired in the direction of the Fine Gael Government by two Clare representatives regarding the lack of progress with the National Broadband Plan.
*Cllr Bill Slattery. Photograph: Gary Collins An active Garda presence is needed in North Clare during The Irish Open and subsequently to police Blake’s Corner according to Cllr Bill Slattery.
More motorists are being caught by Gardaí for drink and drug driving in Co Clare.
One Clare man has been lauded for his fundraising efforts for a mental health service in the county.
Reported crimes of thefts from moved and parked vehicles has dropped across the county in 2019 but Gardaí are reminding members of the public to ensure their cars are locked at night.
*Eoin Daly, Kilrush Community Garda, with Julie Queally & Adriona Meere of Clare Youth Service and Margaret Purcell, Juvenile Liaison Officer An Garda Siochána at the recent CYS Open House in Kilrush As part of the 50th anniversary of Clare Youth Service, the public in West Clare were recently invited to view behind the scenes…
Public transport and hotels in Ireland are neglecting wheelchair users through their lack of accessibility, a Clare man has said.
*Photograph: Kilrush Tidy Towns More groundwork is needed to accelerate proposed plans for a public park and coach park in Kilrush.
An absence of signs directing motorists to Miltown Malbay has been done deliberately to ‘write the West Clare town off the map’.
*Gabriel Keating. Photograph: Gary Collins His slogan is “the man who gets things done” and Cllr Gabriel Keating is confident his re-election to Clare County Council will be the done thing in two months time. In 2014, Cllr Keating polled in twelfth position out of sixteen candidates following the first count. However he still managed…