Registration for Blue Star Programme open to Clare primary...

Primary school pupils in Clare and around Ireland are being challenged to get creative in how they learn and think about Europe through the Blue Star Programme, coordinated by European Movement Ireland. 

Wynne concerned over lack of Independent Living for disabled 

A Clare TD has expressed concern at the lack of independent living for many disabled people in Ireland. Today marks the European Independent Living Day...

Clare school wins Model Council EU Debate

St Joseph's Secondary School, Tulla, Co. Clare have won the 2021 Model Council of the European Union.

McNamara critical of Mandatory Hotel Quarantine strategy

Clare Independent T.D. Michael McNamara has criticised the Government's Mandatory Hotel Quarantine strategy, which he described as "a half-baked exercise in optics" and a "flawed measure" in the context of an unchecked border with Northern Ireland and when the majority of persons arriving in the state whether by air, sea or over land are not tested for variants of Covid-19. 

Chamber reminds businesses to be ‘customs-ready’

Major change can always be subject to glitches, and the current delays being experienced by hauliers and freight forwarders in transporting goods from Ireland to the United Kingdom, while linked to issues with technology, can also be partly laid at the doors of some exporters and importers who don’t have the systems in place for trading with the UK as a third country.
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‘Precipitous’ drop in cattle/milk prices with no-deal Brexit

Clare Independent TD Michael McNamara is warning of "a precipitous drop" in the prices of cattle and milk in a few weeks’ time if a Brexit trade deal is not done.

European funding to help Herald’s Covid coverage

The European Journalism Centre (EJC), in partnership with the Facebook Journalism Project (FJP), has confirmed that 68 more news organisations and freelance journalists will receive grants through Wave 2 of the European Journalism COVID-19 Support Fund.

exida announces 25 roles for Shannon

exida, a world leader in functional safety, industrial cybersecurity, and alarm management, has announced that it has chosen Shannon as the location of a European Centre of Excellence, creating 25 roles over the next five years.