Púca officially unveiled In The Burren

The Burren community in North Clare gathered at the Michael Cusack Centre, the birthplace of the founder of the GAA, this afternoon for the official unveiling of the Púca.

Hospitality staff shortages could hamper Autumn bookings

Staff shortages in the hospitality sector in the Burren could hamper Autumn bookings, following one of the busiest summers in the region in recent years in terms of Irish visitors.

Burren Slow Food Festival celebrates The Fertile Rock

A celebration of the rich food culture of the ‘Fertile Rock of the Burren’ will be the focus of this year’s Burren Slow food Festival’ – an event that will see producers and chefs come together in a series of online pairings.

New series on Burren for RTÉ screening

The Burren is a place full of intrigue and mystery to filmmaker Katrina Costello, who has been working there for over 13 years.

RTÉ Nationwide to feature the Burren

The popular RTE television show Nationwide is to broadcast a special programme about the Burren this Sunday, February 15th.

‘Hills for our Hall’ – Ennis Scouts Fundraiser

Ennis Scouts invite you to dust off your walking boots and join them in exploring their favourite hikes to help raise funds for the new hall development.

New book on Ireland’s karst landscape

A new book on Ireland's iconic karst landscape has been launched by the Geological Survey Ireland.

Applications for Burren funding open to farmers

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed T.D., has announced the opening of a final tranche of the very successful Burren Programme for applications from interested farmers.

Burren and Cliffs included in new Geotourism Route

The Burren & Cliffs of Moher UNESCO Global Geopark has been included in a new cultural route launching across Europe.