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Council completes restoration of Kilrush Monument

The Manchester Martyrs’ Monument in Kilrush was recently restored by Clare County Council with grant aid from the Department of Housing, Local Government and...

Lifeboat couple celebrate first Christmas with baby Conor

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) will see its volunteer lifeboat crews sacrifice time with their loved ones to save others this Christmas. As...

Swim In Pink event held at Cappagh

Over 130 people turned out this morning for a ‘Swim in Pink’ event at Cappagh near Kilrush. The nationwide initiative is used to raise funds...

New head of Rotary Ireland is from Kilrush

The new head of Rotary Ireland has said expanding the organisation’s membership and raising its public profile will be his key objectives for the next year.

Peter ready to sail solo around the world

A Limerick man will set sail from Kilrush this weekend to sail solo around the world.

Kilrush RNLI lifeboat assists disabled yacht

The Kilrush RNLI lifeboat was called to assist a lone sailor who reported his vessel to be disabled this afternoon.

Award for Scattery Island Heritage Group

The Community Archives and Records Group announced two Irish winners for their 2022 Awards, one of them - Scattery Island Heritage Group won the Gathering and Preserving Heritage Award is based in Kilrush, Clare.

Update: Swimming prohibition lifted at Cappagh

Clare County Council, on the advice of the HSE has placed a temporary prohibition on swimming in Cappagh due to elevated bacterial levels.

Tonight on TG4 – The murder of Ann Walsh...

How long does it take for a killer to think they have gotten away with their heinous act? And how does a family or a community get on with their lives, knowing that there could be a killer in their midst? 
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