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Unique Irish Prison Service Commemoration in Ennis

This weekend, and for the first time in their history, the Irish Prison Service will take part in a unique commemoration ceremony.

Clare people invited to take part in memory project

The National Museum of Ireland - Country Life is inviting people in Clare with memories of boats and boat building in their community to submit their stories to an online archive of Irish heritage. 

Burren Ecotourism Network celebrates 10th anniversary

The Burren Ecotourism Network is celebrating its 10th anniversary, marking a decade of growth, achievements and awards which have seen it become a worldwide leader in sustainable tourism.

Over 25 Clare rebels held on Spike Island in...

Today marks 100 years to the day of the opening of the Military prison in the field on Spike island.

GAA commemorate Bloody Sunday centenary

This evening, the GAA will stage a special remembrance ceremony to honour the 14 victims killed at Croke Park by Crown Forces on Bloody Sunday, November 21, 1920.

Scariff Martyrs commemorations this weekend

The East Clare Memorial Committee, the longest serving commemoration groups of its kind in Clare, will privately commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of the Scariff Martyrs.

Shannon marks 75th anniversary of first transatlantic commercial flight

The pivotal role played by Shannon Airport on the national business and tourism landscape was reflected over the weekend on the 75th anniversary of the first transatlantic commercial passenger flight.

100 years since Rineen Ambush

Tuesday September 22nd marks the 100th anniversary of the most significant event in the War of Independence in Clare, The Rineen Ambush at Drummin Hill on the main Lahinch to Miltown Road.

History: IRA volunteer killed in Ennistymon 100 years ago...

One hundred years ago today, a young Irish man was shot dead Ennistymon as he and fellow members of the Mid-Clare Brigade of the IRA confronted two British soldiers.
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