Concern of raw sewage entering sea at Lahinch

At the wastewater treatment plant pumping station in Ennistymon, Co Clare, raw sewage is being pumped out into the River Inagh on a regular...

Clean Coasts Ocean Hero award for Clare group

Clean Coasts celebrated groups and individuals from county Clare who made a difference for our marine environment this year, with West Coast Surf Club...

Lahinch woman named Best Athlete at Transplant Games

Marie O Connor – part of Transplant Team Ireland  - won a staggering 4 medals at the 11th European Transplant & Dialysis Games in Oxford recently.

Lahinch’s Marie to represent Ireland at European Games

Lahinch’s Marie O Connor along with 12 other athletes from Dublin, Kildare, Cork, Tipperary, Galway, Clare and Roscommon will participate in The European Transplant and Dialysis Games to be held in Oxford UK from Sunday August 21st to 28th.

240kg of litter collected in Clare coastal clean-up

Volunteers from all around Clare came out on Saturday to take part in Clean Coasts and Fáilte Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way Community Clean-ups of Lahinch Beach in Clare. 

Pat preparing for his final swim

Lahinch native, Pat Conway, is currently in training for the annual Lahinch to Liscannor Swim. Pat started this swim way back in 1972 and has organised, fundraised and swam it for the past 49 years.

Wild Atlantic Way clean-up event on Saturday

Fáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development’s role is to support the long-term sustainable growth in the economic, social, cultural, and environmental contribution of tourism to Ireland.

Blue Flag and Green Coast awards for Clare

Nine Clare beaches and one Marina have been awarded Blue Flags while four Green Coast Awards have also been given to local community groups in Clare.

Lahinch author wins major US book award

Lahinch-based author Ruairí McKiernan has landed a major US prize for his book Hitching for Hope - a Journey into the Heart and Soul of Ireland.