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Clare to host 75 events during Heritage Week

Clare to host 75 events during Heritage Week

75 separate events ranging from nature walks to history lectures will take place across County Clare during National Heritage Week 2014 from August 23rd to August 31st. (more...)

Going For Gold Community Challenge deadline nears

Going For Gold Community Challenge deadline nears

Communities across Limerick City and its environs have just over two weeks left to register their interest in participating in the Community Challenge Category of Limerick Going for Gold 2014. (more...)

Funding allocated for Clare energy projects

Clare Senator Tony Mulcahy says he has received confirmation from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) of its decision to allocate funding totalling almost €335,000 for two separate energy projects in County Clare. (more...)

Limerick City and County Council update re: Burst watermain in Corbally

Water customers are advised that there is a burst watermain this morning in the Corbally area of Limerick, affecting Janemount Park, College Park and Lower Park. Water supplies will be affected in these areas until approximately 1.00pm today (Tuesday, 29 July 2014).

Southill footballer heading to World Cup

Southill footballer heading to World Cup

A Southill footballer has been named in the Irish squad that will travel to Santiago in Chile this October to take part in the 2014 International Street League World Cup. (more...)

Clare Fire Service warns of wildfire danger

With forecasts suggesting further dry weather over the next week, Clare’s Chief Fire Officer is reminding landowners and the general public of the dangers posed by illegal burning and forest, bog and gorse fires. (more...)

46 communities prepare for Limerick in Bloom judging stage

46 communities from across County Limerick are busily preparing for the judging stages of the 7th annual Limerick in Bloom competition which takes place later this week and during next week. (more...)

Visitor numbers up at Loop Head Lighthouse

One of Clare's newest and most popular tourism attractions, Loop Head Lighthouse has recorded an increase in visitor numbers this summer compared to 2013. (more...)

Festival to re-enact Ború’s killing of Limerick’s Viking King

Brian Ború's 10th century invasion of the monastic settlement of Scattery Island in County Clare and the subsequent killing of the Viking King of Limerick and his two sons will be recreated this weekend. The Scattery Island Festival, which gets underway tomorrow morning and continues through Sunday, also features guided walks, lectures, music [...]

Road closed to facilitate bridge examination

Clare County Council has confirmed that the L8226-13 local road in Kilcurrish Townland, near Ennis, will remain closed until further notice due to concerns regarding the structural integrity of Kilcurrish Bridge. (more...)

An Sean Dún residents launch Sustainability Pack

An Sean Dún residents launch Sustainability Pack

The Residents of An Sean Dún Estate in Ennis turned out in force yesterday evening (Tuesday) to officially launch a sustainability pack for all households in the estate. (more...)

Back to School Allowance reminder for Clare parents

With just over 5 weeks remaining in the school holidays, Senator Tony Mulcahy is reminding parents in County Clare to apply early for the Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance. (more...)

Abbeyfeale and Kilmallock to show Pride of Place

The communities of Abbeyfeale and Kilmallock are busily preparing for the adjudication stage of 2014 IPB Pride of Place Competition, which takes place next week. (more...)

Visitors flock to eagles viewing point

Visitors flock to eagles viewing point

More than 2500 visitors have so far flocked to see the White Tailed Sea Eagles Viewing & Information Point on the shores of Lough Derg in County Clare since it was officially opened on July 4th. (more...)

Academic links J.R.R. Tolkien’s writings with The Burren

Academic links J.R.R. Tolkien’s writings with The Burren

A Derry-based academic has uncovered evidence suggesting that the world-famous karst landscape of the Burren Region and Celtic legends of the West of Ireland inspired J.R.R. Tolkien in his masterworks: The Lord of The Rings and The Silmarillion. (more...)

€118,000 for Clare childcare facilities

Fine Gael Clare Senator, Tony Mulcahy has welcomed the announcement by Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr James Reilly TD, that €183,113 will be awarded to Clare childcare facilities through the 2014 Early Years Capital programme. (more...)

Burren College of Art hosts 20th anniversary celebration

Burren College of Art hosts 20th anniversary celebration

A twice-nominated Turner Prize painter, the Dean of Colombia University's School of Art, a former Danish Minister for Culture and a leading art theorist from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago are among a host of international art experts gathering in County Clare to take part in a programme of events marking the 20th anniversary of Burren [...]

Project opens up The Burren for people with disabilities

Project opens up The Burren for people with disabilities

The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark has announced plans to develop improved access to and engagement with the world-famous landscape for people with physical and intellectual disabilities. (more...)

Top Aviation Awards for 6 Clare companies

The Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council today congratulated the six Clare-based companies who have claimed top awards at the Irish Aviation Industry Awards 2014. (more...)

Planning of new Foynes-Limerick road scheme begins

Limerick City and County Council has commenced the planning and design of a proposed new road linking the Port of Foynes in West Limerick with the M7/N18 at Limerick City. (more...)

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