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Lahinch author to host annual famine remembrance event

Lahinch based campaigner, author of Hitching for Hope, and host of the Love and Courage podcast Ruairí McKiernan will host human rights group Afri’s annual famine remembrance event next on Saturday.

TV Premiere of “Munster – The Brave & The...

Fourteen years after Munster's memorable success in Cardiff, TG4 will broadcast the television premiere of ‘Munster – The Brave & The Faithful’ on Friday night at 10.20pm.

Every storm has a silver lining – For Shannon...

While across the country, people are battening the hatches, airlines are cancelling flights and pilots are being forced to divert to other airports, one intrepid flight crew has taken to the skies at Shannon Airport especially because it’s so windy.

Creating a Global Wave to Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

The #GlobalWave campaign has been launched by InflightFlix International to inspire more people from all over the world to visit the West Coast of Ireland by hitting 1 million views of the Wild Atlantic Way Destination Video Guide and need YOUR support!

LIT Open Day to Open Minds to a Future...

Engineers are among the most sought after graduates worldwide, and on January 19, 2019 the Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) will open its doors to showcase the various career paths, fields of study and opportunities available through engineering at its Engineering Open Day.

Everest hero to sound gun for airport charity run

Everest mountaineer John Burke will swap the world’s tallest peak for one of the most low-lying, level running circuits in the country on Friday night when he sounds the starting gun for the Bank of Ireland Night Run at Shannon Airport.

Video: Hotel management students graduate in Shannon

The top hoteliers of tomorrow have been assured that the industry they are entering will weather any Brexit fall-out better than most as they graduated today from one of Ireland’s most internationalised colleges.

VIDEO: Take a trip to the home of Fr...

It is almost twenty two years since one of Ireland’s most iconic sitcoms, Fr Ted first aired, the show is regarded as one of the finest of its kind and continues to make people laugh.

Video: People of Ennis have their say on two-tier...

The announcement last week of a consultation process for a strategic planning and development framework for Ireland between now and 2040 is a key moment in, at last, trying to redress the dramatic economic imbalance between the Dublin commuter belt and the rest of the country, including, of course, Clare.
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