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Hiker with heatstroke rescued from Burren

A search was mounted in North Clare on Monday night after two hikers were reported to be ‘in distress”.

Burren villages showcased in new film series

A new film series featuring villages in one of Ireland’s most unique environments has been launched by the Burren Ecotourism Network.

Ukrainian Ambassador to meet refugees today in Clare

Ukrainian Ambassador to Ireland Larysa Gerasko, will meet with recently arrived Ukrainian refugees today in County Clare, having been invited by Senator Martin Conway who is highlighting the professionalism of the Clare Local Authority response and the warm welcome of the Clare people.

Ballyvaughan poet/writer shortlisted for award

Ballyvaughan based poet and writer Karen J McDonnell has been shortlisted for the Irish Poem of the Year in this year’s An Post Irish Book Awards.

Karen counting down to Atlantic adventure

A Kilkenny woman woman in South Galway will attempt to become the first Irish female to row solo across the Atlantic when she sets off this December.

Burren wins big at 2021 Awards

There were big wins for tourism businesses in the Burren and North Clare Region last week at national level.

Cannonball returns to Clare

Cannonball, the action-packed supercar spectacle, will blast off with a mighty roar, once again on September 17th and blaze a trail from coast to coast with proceeds to the HOPE Foundation.

Robert shaves head in support of cancer patient partner

Clare man, Robert Wainwright has decided to shave his head in solidarity with his partner, Gwen Ryan who is currently going through cancer treatment.

Sewage infrastructure upgrades confirmed for Clare

Irish Water has confirmed that a series of infrastructure upgrades will be delivered in Clare to end the discharge of raw sewage in Kilrush, Clarecastle, Liscannor, Ballyvaughan and Kilkee.
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