No plans or funding is in place to build a rail stop at Crusheen.
*Photograph: Martin Connolly A brighter future looks to be on the cards for Clare Accessible Transport after some dark months with the transport provider offered the contract to maintain the twelve routes it operates.
*Rose Hynes. Photograph: Don Moloney / Press 22 Rose Hynes’ one year extension as Chairman of Shannon Group may well be her final year in charge of the semi-state company.
As Shannon Heritage plans to bring more sites under its control, Tourism Minister Shane Ross has stated its marquee attraction, Bunratty Castle requires extra marketing.
*Photograph: Arthur Ellis Shannon Airport’s economic importance to the Mid-West region was stressed on Friday last as a special meeting focused on jobs within Clare was held.
*Pictured L-R, on the apron at Shannon Airport after viewing construction of the new hangar, Dr Michael Harrty TD, Mary Considine, CEO Shannon Group, Minister Shane Ross, Rose Hynes, Chairman Shannon Group and Ray O’Driscoll, Chief Operating Officer Shannon Group. Photograph: Arthur Ellis. Transport Minister Shane Ross is adamant Shannon Airport ‘will emerge from its…
Clare Bus will keep its fleet on the road for the immediate future as the National Transport Authority (NTA) have committed to funding the transport provider until the end of the year.
*Photograph: Gruber Images Clare has put its hand up to host a stage of the Tour de France.
Public faith in the board of Shannon Group has been lost and Shannon Airport is at risk of falling behind Knock Airport, elected representatives declared this week.
Lissycasey native, Mary Considine has been given a seven year term as the new Chief Executive of Shannon Group.