Hotel Management graduates told to prioritise staff wellbeing

The top hoteliers of tomorrow have been urged at their graduation today from Ireland’s top hospitality college to invest time and energy in combatting workplace stress by prioritising staff wellbeing.

Local interests can influence tourism policy by completing survey

Business owner/managers, their workforces and other stakeholders in the Shannon area are being given the opportunity this week by Shannon Chamber to have their say about the future direction of tourism policy in County Clare.


Gallery: Thousands attend Ennis St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The Friendly Sons Of The Shillelagh Pipes And Drums from New Jersey, USA, have been named “Most Musical & Colourful Spectacle” in the 2019 Ennis St. Patrick’s Day Festival.

Feature – Community Orchards in Co. Clare

Local voluntary groups are working hard to improve our ecological sustainability on every level. In the final article of this series, Féidhlim Harty writes about Garden of Eden Project Ireland and how this Clare based project is helping to provide orchards now and for the future.


Mammoth hurling match record attempt at LIT

Sports Management students from LIT are vying for a double Guinness World Record as they attempt to break the record for the most players ever to play a hurling match, while also setting a new world record for the most nationalities participating in a game of hurling.

Bunratty International Chess Festival this weekend

The Bunratty International Chess Festival brings some 400 competitors from over a dozen countries to the county Clare village this weekend. 
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