Operations at Shannon Airport can be salvaged by changes to the Government’s testing and aviation policy according to one Clare TD while mixed reactions have ensued following confirmation that Ryanair will close its base at Shannon and Cork Airport for the winter.
Agreed protocols surrounding stray and loose horses trespassing on property within Clare needs to be implemented.
Ennis has placed first in the ‘Population Over 14,001′ category’ of the new Bank of Ireland Begin Together Awards 2020, after being shortlisted alongside Sligo Town and claiming the grand prize of €10,000.
Inflatable toys are to be banned from Clare beaches, rivers and lakes.
Ennis councillors have cautioned that a section in the northern side of the town would limit the functionality of the West Clare Greenway if improvements are not put in place.
A Clare woman whose husband is buried in Ennis is considering exhuming his body due to repeated intimidation experienced when travelling to the cemetery.
River levels in Ennis are among the most examined in the county, a senior engineer in the county has declared.
West Clare landmark, the Turret Lodge has been returned to the control of the Kilrush and District Historical Society following its renovation.
Mayor of Clare, Cllr Mary Howard (FG) is pleading with business owners within the town of Ennis to utilise the Clare GAA/Cloister Car Park and leave premium parking spots for shoppers and vulnerable customers to do their shopping throughout the day.
The Mayor of Clare, Cllr Mary Howard (FG), will host representatives and guest speakers from a number of disability organisations such as Clare Leader Forum, Shine and the Irish Wheelchair Association in a virtual meeting on ‘Make Way Day’, on Friday, 25th September, at 11am.