*Cllr Roisin Garvey (GP) talks to The Clare Echo Editor, Stuart Holly. Photograph: Joe Buckley Warm embraces were shared between Cllr Róisín Garvey (GP) and various members of her campaign team after she was finally eliminated at a quarter past one on Monday in sixth place.
*Photograph: Eamon Ward A three month pilot scheme described as a ‘voluntary rural uber’ is being trialled in Carrigaholt.
*Delegates at the 2019 Clare GAA Convention. Photograph: John Mangan A request for Clare GAA to sell its offices at Clareabbey and establish Caherlohan as its base has been rejected by club delegates.
A West Clare woman has outlined the dilemma she is faced with should her elderly mother get seriously ill once again.
*Photograph: John Mangan “An urgent public meeting” has been called to address continuous overcrowding at University Hospital Limerick (UHL).
Families have been put off moving to West Clare because of the shortage in availability of health services, a Kilrush councillor has claimed.
An anonymous donor has expressed an interest in making a significant contribution believed to be in six figures towards Coláiste Eoghain Uí Chomhraidhe if it is turned into an Irish language cultural hub.
*Flying Harry by Kim Thittichai. Loop Head-based artist Kim Thittichai is exhibiting her Atlantic inspired works at Cultúrlann Sweeney, Kilkee until September 23rd.
*Sarah Ferrigan and Sarah Clancy in Shannon. Photograph c/o: @sarahmaintains US Vice President Mike Pence’s coming to Clare “is more a cause for concern than celebration” according to campaigners living in the county.
‘Pastimes. Past Times’ is the main theme of Heritage Week 2019 with 65 events so far confirmed to take place around County Clare from 17 August to 25 August.