*The current home of the Citizen Information Bureau & Community Office in Shannon. Shannon’s Citizens Information Bureau will remain open but question marks still remain over the future of the town’s Community Office.
*Pictured at the announcement are L-R Stacey Browne, Aer Lingus, Rose Hynes, Chairman Shannon Group, Reid Moody, Chief Strategy and Planning Officer Aer Lingus, Mary Considine, CEO Shannon Group and Lesley Murphy, Aer Lingus. Photograph: Arthur Ellis Adding two new European routes to the summer schedule at Shannon Airport is “a significant step” in making…
*Tony Kirby leading a tour group in The Burren. Photograph: Burren Geopark There is “a long-term future” for group tours visiting parts of Ireland including Co Clare, the CEO of the body responsible for marketing the island of Ireland overseas has said.
Shannon is standing “in solidarity” with Molex employees who on Tuesday were given the devastating news that the factory is to close next year with 500 jobs to go as a result.
A steering group has been established to coordinate jobs losses at Molex in Shannon over the next year.
Clare’s premier tourist attraction, The Cliffs of Moher was not built for the 1.8 million visitors it is now catering for, the CEO of Tourism Ireland has said.
Securing new routes is the single biggest challenge facing Shannon Airport, a recent business event in the county heard.
Author and medical doctor, Dr. Harry Barry will deliver an evening seminar on the topic of health and wellbeing in the workplace this Thursday in Shannon.
*Pictured at the Mid-West Regional Skills Forum event held in Ei Electronics, Shannon (sitting l-r): Peter Murphy, Ei Electronics; Helen Downes, Shannon Chamber and Joe Leddin, Mid-West Regional Skills Forum. Standing (l-r): Padraic McElwee, LEO, Clare; Patricia Haugh and Eimear Brophy, Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board; Carmel O’Dwyer, University of Limerick; Veronica Walsh,…
A continued grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft has taken €60 million out of the Mid-West economy according to Shannon Chamber who have lamented the lack of financial support provided to Shannon Airport by the Irish Government.