*Johnny Callinan. Photograph: Joe Buckley Depending on your vintage, the release of John Callinan’s autobiography ‘To Play, To Live’ is either a welcome lockdown leap down memory lane to an era in which Clare were a match for anyone in the land or a timely introductory insight into one of the county’s greatest ever hurlers.
St Flannans College
Secondary level schools in Ennis are experiencing an “unprecedented demand” for first year places prompting one school to review its intake as a Clare TD urged the Minister for Education to intervene.
Self-awareness was key for an Ennis man removing himself from a “toxic” lifestyle and returning to a steady path, the latest destination on this journey has resulted in him setting up a podcast.
Everyone dreams of becoming a superhero as a kid. We idolise the supernatural mystique in order to evince the extramundane. Around the world, bedrooms, televisions, cinema screens and the very clothes stuck to our skin pay homage to our trusty heroes.
IT SEEMS like worlds away now, but when Leo Varadkar made the announcement that schools were going to close on Friday March 13, little did Leaving Certificate students realise it would be their last day of school.