Broadford and Cooraclare sewage schemes get go ahead

Two Clare villages will finally see long awaited sewage schemes get the go ahead. The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien a...

Elderly woman dies after road traffic collision

An elderly woman has died following a road traffic collision in West Clare last night. The incident occurred at Ballinagun West on the R483 Cooraclare...

Smashing weekend for Clare badminton

Clare badminton was back with a smash quite literally at the weekend. First up was the Autumn league final on Friday evening last, it was...

Clare whiskey bonder on Bord Bia US campaign

Bord Bia officially launched its new Spirit of Ireland drinks campaign in the US today as part of the Irish government’s trade mission to North America and Mexico. It is the single largest investment Bord Bia has made to date in the promotion of Irish spirits.

Popular Clare-born priest passes away suddenly

The death has taken place of well-known Clare born priest Fr Kevin McNamara who served in the diocese of Kerry for over three decades.

Clare man is new Teagasc Director of Research

Teagasc has appointed Clare man Professor Pat Dillon as Director of Research following approval by the Teagasc Authority.

Call for sewerage infrastructure investment for Clare

Clare Independent TD Michael McNamara has requested Darragh O'Brien TD. Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage to consider the inclusion of Carrigaholt, Cooraclare and Doolin in a pilot scheme providing funding for infrastructure in rural villages that currently are outside Irish Water’s investment programmes.

Funding for design of Cooraclare water works

Irish Water has confirmed that funding has been approved for the design of a leakage reduction programme at Tullabrack/Gower, Cooraclare.

Whiskey bonder recreates historic journey

A Clare based whiskey bonder will recreate an historic journey from Limerick City to Cappagh Pier near Kilrush this Tuesday.