Civil war politics are over in what has been heralded as a new dawn for the country, fresh faces are also arriving from the parties involved including those associated with the re-emergence of Clare’s branch of Ógra Fianna Fáil.
Miltown Malbay has “been shafted” by its continued omission from the Wild Atlantic Way route with West Clare councillors stressing that this be rectified prior to an expected increase in staycations this summer.
Temporary water tankers are to be made available should the mains supply in Miltown Malbay continue to be affected.
A former Chairperson of Clare GAA has warned there may be “serious casualties” if club games resume within the county.
A “huge surge” in demand for desk space at Clare’s remote working digital hubs has been recorded in the month of June while the prospect of opening student hubs in the county is to be examined for third-level students.
New methods of thinking need to be applied when it comes to fighting the cause for Shannon Airport but one…
The Miltown Malbay Development Committee is pioneering a new initiative to showcase local talent in the face of the cancellation of the 48th Willie Clancy Summer School this year.
One man has been arrested following the seizure of suspected cannabis plants worth €18,500 in Miltown Malbay.
A community group in Miltown Malbay have rejected the findings of investigations by the Department of Justice into the Central Hostel which currently acts a Direct Provision Centre.
No clear procedure exists for Direct Provision residents in setting up a bank account, it has proved to be a financial difficulty for many including Ennis’ Innocent Iroaganachi during COVID-19.