Over 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed in Co Clare over the space of seven days.
An update for the fourteen year old wind energy guidelines for Co Clare has been sought.
Failure to install ‘adequate infrastructure’ in Clare’s rural communities will accelerate their demise, local councillors have warned.
Speeding in Kilkishen has been described as “a huge issue”.
‘Deficiencies’ in Dromindoora can be dealt with by the completion of a comprehensive safety plan, the Cathaoirleach of the Killaloe Municipal District has stated.
Communities must support local businesses and their elderly residents this Christmas, the Cathaoirleach of the Killaloe Municipal District has said.
22,342 premises in Co Clare are without access to high-speed broadband.
‘Frightening’ scenes are being witnessed in Bodyke with ‘increasing danger’ in the vicinity of Bodyke national school on a frequent basis.
Opportunities arising from COVID-19 will benefit Co Clare in bringing life into derelict properties, the Chief Executive of Clare County Council has stated.
Clare County Council made history on Tuesday when one of its meetings was chaired for the first time by somebody not physically present at the sitting.