Clare’s Marty Morrissey to be honoured by UCC 

Marty Morrissey’s 30-year career in sports broadcasting will be recognised with the awarding of an Alumni Achievement Award by his alma mater University College Cork (UCC) this Friday.

New book recalls the launch of Clare FM

It is 30 years since legal local radio came to all parts of Ireland. One of the first local services to commence broadcasting was Clare FM which launched on Sunday 10th September 1989.

Marty and Dalo support RNLI water safety campaign

GAA presenter and commentator Marty Morrissey and hurling legend Anthony Daly, both from Co Clare, are joining the RNLI and young players from the Banner county, to raise awareness of the risks of drowning and to encourage people to enjoy the water safely.

Marty urges support for Zara fundraising effort

Top RTÉ sports commentator and proud Clare man Marty Morrissey has rowed in behind the campaign to raise funds for a 10-year-old Clare girl’s urgent neurosurgical procedure for which she must travel to Spain.

32nd Milford Hospice Harvest Fair on August 27th

The 32nd Milford Hospice Harvest Fair will takes place on Sunday, 27th August at the University of Limerick (UL) Arena, from 11am to 5pm.

Sixmilebridge setting the standard with new development

Sixmilebridge GAA Club have released details of an exciting new development.

Nominations being accepted for Clare Person of the Year...

Clare Cancer Support have been chosen by Clare Association Dublin as their beneficiary for the annual Martin Corry Memorial 10k charity walk

2,500 take part in midnight runway event

The Shannon Airport runway turned green for a spell overnight as 2,500 souls pounded out the 7.5km and 5km Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run in their ‘Irish’ singlets.

Original runway event ready for take-off

Top TV sports celebrity and proud Clareman Marty Morrissey is among those confirmed for Ireland’s favourite – and original – mass participation runway event, the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run at Shannon Airport tonight.