Latest News County Clare

Tag archive

Quin

The Daily Click: Quin for the win

in business/Home/News by

WELCOME to The Daily Click, where we put the spotlight on businesses in County Clare with an online shop. With…

Keep Reading

‘Ongoing’ Ballyhannon flooding to be examined ‘early in 2021’

in Home/News by

Flooding outside residences in Ballyhannon is to be reviewed early this year.

Keep Reading

Blackbird soars high in e-commerce world

in business/Home/News by

KATIE Rogers’ business journey has been intriguing to follow. Since opening the doors to her boutique jewellery store in September 2019, she has turned Blackbird into an instantly recognisable brand through extensive online marketing while acquiring a name for fantastic customer service at the sparkling premises at Bank Place in Ennis.

Keep Reading

‘A Christmas like never before’ – retirees who won’t see grandchildren urge everyone to do their bit

in Home/News by

Social bubbles have not made life comfortable for some of Clare’s older residents according to one woman who described Christmas 2020 as “heartbreaking”.

Keep Reading

One third of Clare premises without access to high-speed broadband

in Home/News by

22,342 premises in Co Clare are without access to high-speed broadband.

Keep Reading

Declan & Jacinta dare to take on 235km cycle in one day

in Home/News by

Declan and Jacinta McEvoy from Quin will be cycling from Salthill to the 40 foot in Dún Laoghaire all in one day in aid of Simon community on December 21st.

Keep Reading

Increased footfall at Ballybeg heightens need for completed footpaths

in Home/News by

Increased pedestrian activity and footfall at Ballybeg has led to the need for improved footpaths, elected representatives have said.

Keep Reading

Quin students step up for Co Development Plan proposal

in Home/News by

Sixth class students at Quin National School (NS) have come together to create a proposal for the development of Quin village as part of the Clare County Development Plan 2022-2028.

Keep Reading

Clancy & Clune remembered with new Kilmainham Display

in Home/News by

Two Clare men have been remembered with a new display at Kilmainham Gaol Museum on the centenary of Bloody Sunday.

Keep Reading

Clare councillors call for gyms to be reopened and some COVID-19 restrictions on businesses to be eased

in Home/News by

Local representatives in Clare are calling for an easing of COVID-19 restrictions citing the impact on businesses and mental health in their arguments.

Keep Reading

1 2 3 9
0 £0.00
Go to Top