New improvement Scheme puts Ennis in the Shop Window

Ahead of the arrival of more than 400,000 people to the Clare County Capital for Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann this August, Clare County Council has announced details of the Ennis Streetscape Improvement Scheme 2016.

Ennis to Limerick rail line set to reopen

The only stretch of rail network that remains closed following last years storms is expected to reopen next week.

New Doolin pier carpark ripped up by storm

The surface of the carpark at the new Doolin Pier has ripped clean off its foundation by Storm Imogen just weeks before the start of the ferry season.

OPW continues to deny responsibility for flooding

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has claimed the repeated flooding of a lake in Co Clare, that has again forced the closure of a rail line and a local road, is not it’s responsibility.

Cliffs of Moher still more popular than Dublin Zoo

The Cliffs of Moher have again beaten Dublin Zoo to retain second place in the list of Ireland’s top tourist attractions.

Council warns against driving into floods

Clare County Council has again warned motorists not to risk driving through floods.

Women rescued from car trapped in flood

Two elderly women have been rescued after their car became trapped in floodwaters in Co Clare this morning.

Business closes temporarily while works take place

A Co Clare businessman says he has been forced to close his guesthouse and restaurant until at least Christmas while works to repair storm damage caused two years ago resume.

Works carried out without council permission

A contractor working on behalf of eir, formerly eircom, erected temporary traffic lights without permission on a road that had already been designated as a diversionary route for other major works in the area.