*Pat Breen. Photograph: Arthur Ellis Clare does not need to apply for a EU globalisation fund in light of accumulated job losses throughout the county, Junior Minister Pat Breen has stated.
A poo audit is being conducted in Clarecastle.
Staff at Avara in Shannon “are being totally and utterly abused by management” in their attempts to secure a fair redundancy package.
*Cathal and Maeve Crowe with their children, Charlie, Eve and Sam. Photograph: Eamon Ward Helping to foster a more ‘inclusive Clare’ is the goal for Cathal Crowe during his time as Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council.
“No new information” is included in the Government’s Climate Action Plan on Moneypoint’s future which is “worrying” according to Clare TD, Dr. Michael Harty.
*Mayor of Clare, Cllr Cathal Crowe. Photograph: Eamon Ward Cathal Crowe has been elected the Mayor of Clare following Friday’s Annual General Meeting of Clare County Council.
*Our Lady’s Hospital. Photograph: DNG A number of infrastructural requirements for Ennis including the development of Our Lady’s Hospital have been identified as part of the Draft Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy (RSES).
*Roche, Clarecastle. Photograph: Martin Connolly “Particular focus” will be emphasised on the Clarecastle site of Roche in the Ennis 2040 plan which had been identified as “an opportunity site” by Clare County Council.
*Photograph: Martin Connolly Securing a replacement for Roche has been labelled “a lost cause” by Independent TD, Dr. Michael Harty.
*Photograph: Martin Connolly Roche’s closure in Clarecastle has been deferred by approximately three months. In November 2015, Roche Ireland confirmed it was to exit the Co Clare plant after forty one years. A phase-out of production began in July 2016 when the search for a buyer of the site proved to be unsuccessful. September 2019…