HSE CEO Paul Reid to visit Clare today

The CEO of the HSE Paul Reid is visiting health services in Counties Limerick and Clare today and tomorrow, as part of a series of visits to services around the country. 

New counselling service for people experiencing harmful gambling

A new support service to assist people dealing with harmful gambling is now available at Northwest Clare Family Resource Centre, Clare.

Darkness Into Light returns after Covid

After a two-year hiatus due to COVID restrictions, Darkness Into Light walks will be return at sunrise on Saturday May 7th to locations across Clare county including Sixmilebridge, Kilmihil, Shannon, Ennis hosting sunrise events.

Kerry’s Steve cycling from Donegal to Kerry

Steve Boyle, a native of Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry is aiming to cycle from Donegal to Kerry to raise vital funds for The Alzheimer Society of Ireland and Crumlin’s Children’s Hospital.

UL research projects to tackle North-South challenges

Funding for a series of research projects being led by University of Limerick that will tackle cancer, youth justice, mental health, climate change and other issues has just been announced.
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NUIG launches student well-being programme

NUI Galway has launched a new well-being programme - Mind, Body, Boost - to support students’ physical and mental health and research its impact.

Pieta launches ‘SIGNS of Suicide’ campaign

Pieta – Ireland’s national suicide prevention charity – has partnered with Sam’s Barbers this Blue Monday to drive awareness of Pieta’s ‘SIGNS of suicide’ campaign.

Samaritans ready to help during Christmas

Samaritans in Ennis and Clare are reminding those in need that their helpline will be open during their darkest hours if they are lonely or struggling to cope this Christmas.