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.
Ireland’s generosity in the farming community and wider public towards Rwandan women widowed by the horrific genocide of the mid 1990s hit a milestone today as Bóthar despatched its 1,000th cow to the African nation.
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