Volunteers rescue horse from Clarecastle culvert

A group of volunteers, led by county dog warden Frankie Coote, rescued a horse from a culvert in Clarecastle on Tuesday.

Pilot scheme to develop touring routes off Wild Atlantic...

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Patrick O’Donovan has unveiled the route for the Shannon Estuary Drive - the first in what is hoped to be a series of drives which will be developed by Fáilte Ireland in collaboration with local stakeholders to encourage visitors to discover the variety of inland visitor experiences as they travel along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Clare Young Fine Gael team in debating final

Clare Young Fine Gael (YFG) was placed second at the YFG National Debating Final held in Portlaoise.

Ennis South Flood Relief Scheme to go to Tender

A project to deal with flooding that has badly affected parts of Ennis previously has gone to tender.

Shop assistant tied up during armed raid

Gardaí are searching for two men after a shop assistant was tied up held at gunpoint last night.

Kilkee renewal scheme works to be discussed

An informal public information session on the proposed landscaping scheme and installation of public scheme and installation of public art pieces at the Carrigaholt Road Roundabout in Kilkee takes place next Wednesday.

Construction sector in Clare records busiest year since 2007

2016 was the busiest year for construction in Clare since the economic crash.

Tuohy takes over the Magpies

Clarecastle have appointed two time All-Ireland senior hurling medallist Fergie Tuohy as manager of their senior hurling team.

Carey joins campaign to rid Clarecastle of concrete jungle

Clare TD Joe Carey is the latest representative to call on Clare County Council to make use of the derelict Cois Fheargais site in Clarecastle.