3 deaths and 13 additional COVID-19 cases have been confirmed by health officials on Friday while no new cases have been attributed to Co Clare.
Five more deaths and 19 extra cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the Republic of Ireland while in Co Clare there has been no new case in a full week.
Shannon Airport has been treated differently to Dublin and Cork Airports by Aer Lingus, the Chairperson of the new all-party Oireachtas grouping focused on protecting the future of the airport has said.
Schools are to reopen at the end of August while play pods are to separate children in childcare facilities from next month.
COVID-19 tests are costing €200 a go, the Taoiseach in response to a query from a Clare TD.
Concern has been expressed by Clare TD Violet-Anne Wynne (SF) over the level of worry experienced by parents within the county about accessing childcare when they attempt to return to work.
Serious concerns over the future of Shannon Airport have been highlighted to the Taoiseach.
*This article has been updated to clarify that face masks are an advisory measure only From Monday, it is being…
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar (FG) has confirmed he will seek an update from Irish Water on outdated infrastructure in West Clare will be improved.
*A man fishing in the River Fergus. Photograph: John Mangan Anglers are permitted to fish in locations 5km from their…