Wednesday, August 16, 2017


Top marks for Gaelcholáiste’s Róisín

Gaelcholáiste an Chláir student Róisín Ní Fhallúin achieved one of the highest scores in the country in the Leaving Certificate results which which were announced this morning, scoring a total of 7 H1 grades, and a maximum 625 points.

Exam helpline opens for Clare students

Exam Helpline 2017, provided by the National Parents’ Council Post Primary (NPCpp) and sponsored by eir, will today offering confidential advice, information and support to Clare students receiving their results.


Clare Museum trumpets sounds of ancient Ireland

Ireland’s rich musical heritage will be showcased at Clare Museum in Ennis during Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann with an exhibition of some Ireland’s oldest known musical instruments spanning more than 6000 years.

Orchestral project seeks visually-impaired musicians

The Clare County Council Arts Office is inviting expressions of interest from musicians with vision impairment to participate in an exciting research project funded by The Arts Council’s “Invitation to Collaboration” scheme.


Davy Fitz and Brian Cody in charity head-to-head

GAA stars from around the country will be taking on a new breed of opposition on Tuesday, August 15th in St Conelth’s Park in Newbridge as they size up against Ireland’s top jockeys as part of Hurling for Cancer Research 2017.

Spancilhill stables shine in Millstreet

The Spancilhill based startup company "Gateau Stables” claimed national honours this week in Millstreet when wining the prestigious "2017 Pony Young Irelander Championship" with their 4 year old stallion "D Drim’ the Brixia".
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