Clare GAA are to appoint Terence Chaplin and James Carrig as joint managers of the Clare minor hurlers, The Clare Echo has learned.
Clare’s Joe Melody has been named as the 2020 National Rural Network Biodiversity Farmer of the Year at this year’s FBD Young Farmer of the Year Awards.
Remote working has resulted in an increased work output for one of the county’s biggest employers.
A countywide public awareness campaign on the benefits of improved air quality and ventilation in lowering the spread of COVID-19 is needed in Clare, a county councillor has said while criticising the ‘unsustainable’ lockdown approach favoured by the Irish Government.
With nationalism on the brain, The Clare Echo’s farming columnist Joe Melody says we need to place Irish interests as a priority when food shopping.
A Newmarket-on-Fergus jockey has been shortlisted for a top honour in the UK.
Senior officials in Clare County Council have confirmed there has been “considerable interest” to an application to construct a biomass plant in Stonehall.
Co-operative spirit in the world of farming is best says The Clare Echo farming columnist Joe Melody who also hit out at the basis for arguments in favour of veganism.
Shannon syndicate Buttsys Blackie blitzed the field in the opening round of the Limerick and Clare GOBA A3 525 stake.
Local representatives in Clare are calling for an easing of COVID-19 restrictions citing the impact on businesses and mental health in their arguments.