Shannon Airport’s connectivity is essential to providing a brighter outlook on the long-term future of hotels within Co Clare.
*Darryl Makoni. Photograph: John Mangan A young Shannon man has spoken out about his experiences of racism in Co Clare…
Funding to the value of €91,800 has been awarded to a Clare organisation that has played a pivotal role in nourishing the elderly and vulnerable during COVID-19.
Continued use of Newmarket-on-Fergus back roads by heavy goods vehicles approaching the M18 is proving to be “a nightmare” for residents, Cllr Pat McMahon (FF) has claimed.
Plans for a number of major infrastructural projects in Co Clare are continuing despite the impact of COVID-19.
Landowners are to be issued with a reminder to maintain hedges and vegetation on their lands in the interests of health and safety.
Clare’s Economic Taskforce held its inaugural meeting on Friday while concern has expressed that no individuals representing North or West Clare have been included on the group.
Newmarket Celtic are on the verge of making a big addition to their management team as they begin to resume their defence of league and cup honours in Clare soccer.
Mixed views were voiced on the prospect of skips being placed around Shannon Town as pay as you go rubbish bins in an attempt to tackle illegal dumping.
“Major infrastructural deficits” will prevent future housing projects in Newmarket-on-Fergus, a Clare developer who has a housing development before An Bord Pleanála has warned.