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.
St Flannan’s College will face an away knockout clash when they begin their defence of the Dr. Harty Cup while Rice College and Ennistymon CBS are to meet in three different competitions.
Activity at one of Clare’s largest primary schools has been equated with scenes from Dunkirk.
GAA officials have decided to conclude all All-Ireland post primary schools competitions thus ending the involvement of St Flannan’s College in the Croke Cup.
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.
An Ennis group is among one of only four in the country to tackle gum litter recycling.
A Clare doctor has appealed to parents of toddlers not to neglect regular vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
*Dr John Garvey Power lies firmly with the public in controlling how damaging COVID-19 can be according to a Clare…
*Cian Galvin in action. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill A Clarecastle teenager has launched a fundraising appeal for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland.