Plans to revitalise Cruise Tourism on Shannon

Building on the recent interest shown by domestic visitors in hiring cruisers on the River Shannon, Fáilte Ireland has initiated a study to examine how the sector can be developed and grown within the Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands region over the next ten years.

Public input sought on Cliffs of Moher Strategy 2040

A second phase of public and stakeholder consultation is underway in relation to the development of a long-term strategy and site masterplan for Ireland’s most visited natural attraction.

Tour de Munster cycle supports DSI Munster branches

Details of the charity partnership, that sees the annual 600km Tour de Munster charity cycle once again share the journey with Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI) Munster branches have been officially announced.

24 new lay ministers for Diocese of Killaloe

Twenty four lay people have been commissioned to serve in the Diocese of Killaloe in the Ministries of Pastoral Care, and Catechetics/Faith Development.

Lough Derg Blueway is world accredited

The Lough Derg Blueway has been announced as one of the first Blueways in the world to achieve official accreditation.

New Bishop of Tuam, Limerick and Killaloe elected

It was announced today that the Episcopal Electoral College for the United Dioceses of Tuam, Limerick and Killaloe, meeting in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, has elected the Rt Revd Michael Burrows, Bishop of Cashel, Ferns and Ossory, as the Bishop of Tuam, Limerick and Killaloe.

Clare Church of Ireland parishes on RTÉ’s Sunday Service

The West Clare Church of Ireland Parishes of St Columba’s Ennis with Christ Church Spanish Point and Kilnasoolagh will be featured in the RTÉ One Sunday Service on 5th September.

Canada and Ireland make good business partners

Fresh from presenting her credentials to President Michael D. Higgins and taking up her position as Canadian Ambassador to Ireland, Ambassador Nancy Smyth officially opened a recent Shannon Chamber webinar focused on exploring new avenues for increasing the trade links between companies in the Shannon region and Canada, particularly in the industrial and manufacturing sectors.

Knock National Novena postponed

Parish priest and rector of Knock Shrine, Father Richard Gibbons, has confirmed that the National Novena to Our Lady of Knock is being postponed until later this year.