*Caoimhe Harvey. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Caoimhe Harvey has been named as the new captain of the Clare intermediate ladies football side.
An ability to lift communities is a trait of the GAA’s which has been forgotten by sections of the Irish public criticising the continuation of inter-county games, Clare ladies footballer Caoimhe Harvey has said.
Clare’s longest serving councillor has claimed a “systematic targetting” of West Clare has been prevalent for the last twenty years surrounding refused planning permission for settlements in the area.
*Moneypoint. Photograph: Páraic McMahon A just transition fund for Moneypoint is an action that is too little and far too late, Cllr Ian Lynch said when launching a strong criticism of Clare’s Oireachtas members.
*Kieran Harvey. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Personnel involved with Ladies Football and Community Games in Clare and further afield have been plunged into mourning following the death of Kieran Harvey after a short illness.
*Pictured in Moycullen at a joint meeting of the ICAN project community participants, left to right, Eric Shaw, Clarecastle Community Development Group; Congella McGuire, Heritage Officer, Clare County Council; John O’Brien, Shannon Historical Society; Olive Carey, Dúchas na Sionna A number of Clare heritage groups are partnering with the National Museum of Ireland and Clare …