Farmers are being hit with “more unneeded bureaucracy” with calls for a derogation allowing veterinary medicines to be sold without prescription for use on food-producing animals set to cease.
Kilrush residents visiting the graves of their loved ones have put the need for additional street lighting in the West Clare town back into focus.
Clare County Council have began the process of taking in one Liscannor road and abandoning an equivalent in Lisdoonvarna.
Frustration is hitting fever pitch in two West Clare communities over the absence of adequate sewerage and wastewater treatment plants despite decades of efforts to rectify the matter.
Support and protection for children living in illegal encampments is lacking according to an elected representative from North Clare.
A Government scheme providing funding for local authorities to carry out improvement works on private and non-publicly maintained roads has been brandished as “not fit for purpose” by a North Clare councillor.
A lack of facilities to aid the treatment of mental health are increasing the amount of young people dying, a Clare councillor has claimed. A lack of facilities to aid the treatment of mental health are increasing the amount of young people dying, a Clare councillor has claimed.
A West Clare castle rooted in history has the potential to become a “grade A” heritage project.
An apology has been issued by Clare County Council for its role in the operation of the county’s only Mother and Baby Home, 89 years on from its closure.
Misuse and an increase in illegal dumping in Ennistymon led to the removal of a hard plastics station.