Delight in Doonbeg with Presidential success for Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s election as the forty fifth President of the United States of America has been described as “a political earthquake” but one locals in Doonbeg feel will shake up the West Clare village for the better.

Leading Palestinian activist to address Ennis gathering

Clare’s branch of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) is to welcome Iyad Burnat, the leader of the peaceful resistance to lsrael’s apartheid wall this Monday as he gives a presentation in Ennis.

Council attends Bastille Day celebrations at French Embassy

Clare County Council was represented by Leas Cathaoirleach Councillor Paul Murphy at the French Embassy in Ireland's Bastille Day celebration in Dublin on Thursday evening.

Clare opens book of condolences for Nice victims

Clare County Council has opened a Book of Condolence at Áras Contae an Chláir in Ennis in memory of the victims of last night’s attack in Nice, France.

Doonbeg links aplenty in US Presidential race

Doonbeg’s interests in the US Presidential campaign have increased with the confirmation of Donald Trump’s running partner.
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Luxury yacht with mystery guests returns to Clare

Mystery still surrounds who has splashed out over €700,000 a week on a luxurious award winning yacht that has been travelling around Ireland and that moored in Co Clare early yesterday.

Clare Councillor says Ireland should leave the EU

Independent Cllr Gerry Flynn is leading the call for Ireland to follow in the footsteps of neighbours Britain and leave the European Union.

Clare’s newest families welcomed

Nine refugee families arrived in Shannon Airport on Tuesday evening to take up their new residence in Co Clare.