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Going For Gold Community Category finalists selected

Going For Gold Community Category finalists selected

Six communities have been named as Finalists in the Challenge Category of Limerick Going for Gold 2015 following a public vote. (more...)

Exhibitions mark 30 years of Limerick City Gallery of Art at the Carnegie Building

Exhibitions mark 30 years of Limerick City Gallery of Art at the Carnegie Building

Limerick City Gallery of Art (LCGA) is celebrating 30 years as a dedicated art museum at the Carnegie Building in Pery Square by hosting an exhibition of its Permanent Collection of 18th, 19th and 20th century Irish artworks. (more...)

Council launches Hedge Cutting Scheme in Clare

Clare County Council is inviting applications to an innovative scheme to facilitate landowners and community groups in maintaining hedgerows throughout County Clare. (more...)

The Burren Smokehouse to broaden overseas footprint

The Burren Smokehouse to broaden overseas footprint

The Burren Smokehouse today (Thursday, 27 August 2015) signed a contract with global logistics company UPS as part of plans to broaden its overseas footprint. (more...)

Limerick remembers its role during The Great War

Limerick remembers its role during The Great War

The role played by 4,000 Limerick men during World War One was the subject of a Heritage Week event held at St Mary's Cathedral in Limerick last evening. (more...)

Members of the public bring out their Lace in Limerick

Members of the public bring out their Lace in Limerick

More than 200 members of the public participated in a Heritage Week event today aimed at helping people discover if they own a precious piece of Limerick’s history and heritage. (more...)

Limerick celebrates Granniversary

Limerick celebrates Granniversary

Limerick Craft Hub and Limerick 2020 has announced a community celebration of the first anniversary of the Royal De Luxe Granny visit to Limerick in 2014 as part of Limerick’s City of Culture celebrations. (more...)

Child Protection Training for Clare artists

The Clare Arts Office will host two Child Protection Training seminars in September aimed at updating those operating in Clare's creative industry, particularly artists, in relation to working safely with young people. (more...)

Guided tour of Moher Flagstone Quarry this Saturday

Dr. Eamon Doyle, geologist for the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark, will tell the story more than 300 million years in the making this weekend when he hosts a guided tour of the Moher Flagstone Quarry. (more...)

Temporary closure of Ballybeg Amenity Woodland from next Monday

Ballybeg Amenity Woodland in Ennis is being temporarily closed from next Monday to facilitate the removal of trees which pose a public hazard and to enhance the woodland as a public amenity and as a habitat. (more...)

‘Bring Out Your Lace’ in Limerick

‘Bring Out Your Lace’ in Limerick

Limerick Museum and Archives is helping people discover if they own a precious piece of Limerick’s history and heritage. (more...)

Ireland’s top craft breweries gather in Doolin

Ireland’s top craft breweries gather in Doolin

Ireland's top craft beer breweries and bluegrass and roots musicians participated in the 2015 Doolin Craft Beer & Roots Festival at the weekend. (more...)

Reduced water pressure in North side of Limerick City and southeast Clare

Limerick City and County Council, acting as agents on behalf of Irish Water, is advising customers in the North Limerick City Area and Corbally, as well as the Meelick, Westbury and Shannon Banks areas of southeast Clare that they are likely to experience reduced pressure in water supplies tomorrow (Saturday) from 6.00am. (more...)

Gum Litter Education Campaign launched in Kilrush

Gum Litter Education Campaign launched in Kilrush

The 2015 Gum Litter Taskforce (GLT) gum litter education campaign was launched in Kilrush today by Paul Edson, Chairperson of Kilrush Tidy Towns. (more...)

Myers to address Limerick’s contribution during World War One

Kevin Myers will be in Limerick this Wednesday (August 26th) to speak about Limerick's contribution during World War 1. (more...)

Yunnan Province and Clare County Council build on relationship during UL visit

Yunnan Province and Clare County Council build on relationship during UL visit

The recently established relationship between Clare County Council and Yunnan Province in the People's Republic of China took a major step forward this week when a delegation from Kunming University visited the Medical School and the Irish World Music Centre, located on the Clare side of the University of Limerick (UL). (more...)

Government reviews taxation of entrepreneurs and the self employed

A review of the taxation of entrepreneurs and the self-employed being undertaken by the Department of Finance will help support those who create the jobs on which the local economy in Clare depends, according to Fine Gael Senator Tony Mulcahy. (more...)

Countdown begins to Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Ennis

Countdown begins to Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Ennis

The countdown to Ennis hosting Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in August 2016 well and truly got underway at the weekend. (more...)

Ireland’s top craft breweries to gather in Doolin

Ireland’s top craft breweries to gather in Doolin

Ireland's top craft beer breweries and bluegrass and roots musicians will participate in the 2015 Doolin Craft Beer & Roots Festival, which gets underway this Friday. (more...)

Unique archival collection on display at Clare Museum

Unique archival collection on display at Clare Museum

A collection of previously unseen archival material relating to more than 60 families and landed estates in County Clare dating from the early 1600s to the mid-1900s is going on public display in Ennis for the first time this week. (more...)

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