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Friday July 25th 2014



‘Press Releases’ Archives

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...)

Council welcomes wave energy project funding

The Chief Executive of Clare County Council has described the European Commission's decision to award €23 million to a wave energy project off the Clare coast as a positive endorsement of the polices adopted locally to support renewable energy production projects. (more...)

Golden opportunity for Limerick communities

Limerick City and County Council, in association with the JP McManus Charitable Foundation, has announced that the deadline for receipt of applications and nominations in the Individual Merit Award, Community Challenge and Most Beautiful Front Garden categories of Limerick Going For Gold 2014 has been extended to Friday 15th August. (more...)

80 riders to take part in International Junior Tour of Ireland

80 riders to take part in International Junior Tour of Ireland

The 2014 International Junior Tour of Ireland cycling race gets underway in County Clare tomorrow (Tuesday) and continues through Sunday, 20th July. (more...)

Council to return 42 vacant social housing properties to use

Work on returning dozens of vacant and boarded-up social housing units throughout County Clare to productive use will begin next month, Clare County Council has announced. (more...)

Small Business Minister launches LEO Clare

John Perry TD, Minister of State for Small Business today officially launched the Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Clare at Áras Contae an Chláir in Ennis. (more...)

Mulcahy lauds passenger traffic increase at Shannon Airport

Shannon-based Fine Gael Senator Tony Mulcahy says the news that Shannon Airport recorded a 15% increase in passenger traffic during the first half of 2014 is "a welcome development in light of the impending formal establishment of Shannon Group plc." (more...)

Public asked to help plan future development of Clare County Capital

Clare County Council is urging the general public to have their voice heard in relation to the formulation of a 6-year social and economic development plan for Ennis and surrounding areas. (more...)

World’s largest tag rugby festival gets underway

150 tag rugby teams from Ireland, Britain and as far away as Australia are gathering in Limerick today for the start of the 2014 Pig'N'Porter Festival (10th-12th July), regarded as the world's largest tag rugby festival. (more...)

Doolin Harley Fest to drive charity campaign

Doolin Harley Fest to drive charity campaign

More than 200 Harley-Davidson owners from across Ireland, the UK and the United States will descend on the North Clare village of Doolin next month for a brand new festival. (more...)

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