A submission by the Department of Housing has been requested from Clare County Council regarding the potential extension of the Defective Concrete Blocks Grant Scheme to affected homes in Clare.
Leaks in the Dublin area should be dealt with during restrictions to prevent the “huge cost to the economy” associated with constructing a 170km pipeline from Parteen Basin, downriver from Lough Derg.
Eir has committed to fixing its mobile service in West Clare.
Community organisations and sports clubs across Clare have been encouraged to apply for funding under a newly announced round of the Sports Capital and Equipment Programme (SCEP).
Moneypoint must be placed at the centre of any future Government plans to develop offshore energy in Ireland, a Clare TD has stated.
A business case for a major expansion at Ennis Hospital has been approved.
A Clare student nurse frustrated by not being paid despite working on the frontline during a global pandemic has flagged that on top of their existing roles they are engaging with patients who are struggling in the absence of family members as a result of ongoing visitor restrictions.
Engagement is ongoing between the Irish Government and Clare County Council regarding the potential extension of the defective concrete blocks grants scheme to affected homes in Clare.
A Clare family are anxiously waiting for an update from the Department of Justice surrounding the death of a 23 year old man in 1986.
Preliminary design of a Greenway linking Limerick City with Clonlara, O’Briensbridge, Killaloe and Scariff will go to tender next week.