A West Clare property which was home to Sisters of Mercy for 91 years has been requested to be made a protected structure by Clare County Council.
Failure to carry out works in Miltown Malbay despite commitments being issued to retired councillors has been described as ‘a worrying situation’.
West Clare’s Greenway will “surpass anything” offered by their Waterford and Mayo equivalents, key personnel behind the planned project have stated.
Communities in West Clare are on red alert after it emerged that “significant plans” are in place for Monday night when the Leaving Certificate results are released.
North Clare representatives have said the Department of Education missed “an open goal” by not including an astro-turf in their plans to build a new secondary school in Ennistymon.
A review of the maintenance and operation of all burial grounds in Co Clare is to be undertaken for the first time since the recession.
A local health activist group has raised €6000 worth of personal protective equipment for nursing homes in the county.
Potential sites for adding extra parking spaces to Ennistymon are currently being assessed.
Improvements of public lighting in the vicinity of a caravan park in Lahinch will not be conducted in 2020, Council officials have confirmed.
Road repairs will be carried out at the “second Burren” of Co Clare.