Scariff’s Sarah McTernan will tonight take to the Eurovision stage in the second semi-final of the song contest.
*Cllr Joe Cooney. Photograph: Eamon Ward For the last two elections, Joe Cooney secured more first preference votes than any other candidate in the county but he’s insisting “there are no guarantees in life” as the countdown to May 24th continues.
*Photograph: Eoin O’Hagan Necessary road works and the delay to complete them has caused “a lot of inconvenience” for the businesses and residents of Scariff.
*Bluebells in a Wood (oil on canvas) by Jean Ryan Hakizimana Scariff Library Gallery will host a brand new visual art exhibition by Jean Ryan Hakizimana from Monday.
In a time where public transport is being flagged as one way to deal with climate change, one Clare man will be forced to learn how to drive resulting in an extra car on the road should a contract be signed awarding Limerick Local Link a service operated by Clare Bus for the past sixteen…
*Amanda Major. Photograph: Martin Connolly A full-time student and a mother of three, Amanda Major has a busy schedule as it is but now she wants to become the first female Nigerian councillor elected in Ireland.
Young drivers should be able to avail of car insurance on a pay as you method according to Sean Naughton.
Brexit is posing the risk of “farmageddon” for gravely concerned Clare farmers. With calving season underway, farmers in the county have hit out that in all the Brexit negotiations, animals and their welfare have been scarcely mentioned. Five months since its foundation, 19,000 farmers across Ireland have become members of the Beef Plan, 790 of…
*Sarah McTernan Photograph: Lili Forberg Clare singer Sarah McTernan has been announced as this year’s Irish entry for the Eurovision. She will sing 22 which was penned by Danish songwriters Janieck, Marcia Sondeijker and Roulsen. Last year, Sarah attempted to contest the Eurovision for San Marino but failed to qualify. This year over 430 songs…
Close to 20,000 people are members of libraries in Clare.