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.

Kilfenora Céilí Band bring curtain down on Temple Bar...

Large crowds turned out in Dublin on Sunday evening for the conclusion of Temple Bar Trad Fest 2017.

Element Six creating 100 jobs in €7m investment

Shannon based diamond manufacturer, Element Six, has announced the creation of a further 100 jobs at its Clare facility as part of a €7million investment at the plant this year.

1,000th Bóthar in-calf heifer departs for Rwanda

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.

Over 800 Poles attend annual celebration in Ennis

More than eight hundred Poles and their Irish friends gathered in Ennis at the weekend for an annual celebration.
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Bernard Lucas finding comfort in volunteering following Caitríona’s death

Bernard Lucas, husband of the late Caitríona revealed that volunteering is helping him to find comfort in the aftermath of his wife’s death.

Record airlift of Irish thoroughbreds to China from Shannon

A major leap in developing the lucrative China market for Irish bloodstock has been made with a record airlift of seventy six Irish thoroughbreds from Shannon Airport.

Nash overcomes Crehan in Gaffney Memorial Open

Two of the county’s finest handballers faced off in the last sixteen tie at the John Gaffney Open.