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Audio devices to help curb dog fouling at Clare beaches

Audio devices to help curb dog fouling at Clare beaches

Clare County Council says it has recorded a significant reduction in dog fouling at two of County Clare's main beaches in the weeks since erecting audio devices that encourage dog owners to clean up after their pets. (more...)

Heritage Week talk to focus on Loop Head peninsula

A community-based media project documenting the history and culture of the Loop Head Peninsula and Discover Points along the Wild Atlantic Way will be the subject of a talk and presentation during Heritage Week 2014 later this month. (more...)

Cathaoirleach meets Governor of Illinois

Cathaoirleach meets Governor of Illinois

The Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council, Councillor John Crowe met with the Governor of the State of Illinois in Chicago Pat Quinn last evening (Tuesday, 12 August 2014). Councillor Crowe is in the USA as part of an all-island tourism delegation travelling to the Milwaukee Irish Fest in nearby Wisconsin, located north of Chicago, to promote [...]

Academic to reveal Burren’s links with The Lord of the Rings

Academic to reveal Burren’s links with The Lord of the Rings

A Derry-based academic will this weekend present new 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. University of Ulster Lecturer and Tolkien scholar Dr. Liam Campbell will be [...]

Final two weeks to avoid €3,000 penalty for NPPR property owners

Clare County Council is urging property owners to avoid additional penalties of up to €3,010 per property by regularising their NPPR liability in the next two weeks. (more...)

Brian Ború subject of US tourism promo

Brian Ború subject of US tourism promo

An all-island tourism delegation from the four main locations with connections to the only undisputed High King of Ireland, Brian Ború have today (Tuesday, 12 August 2014) embarked on a promotional drive at the world's largest annual festival of Irish culture. (more...)

“Much Loved” exhibition lined up for Elemental 2014

“Much Loved” exhibition lined up for Elemental 2014

A whimsical, bittersweet collection of photographs of well-worn, but well-loved stuffed animals by one of Ireland’s top portrait photographers is among the highlights of the 3rd annual Elemental Arts & Culture Festival, which takes place Limerick from 11th September to 14th September 2014. (more...)

Sustainable tourism award nod for Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark

The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark has been named in the longlist for the 2014 World Responsible Tourism Awards for the second year running. (more...)

€730,650 for suckler cow farmers in Clare

Clare Fine Gael Senator Tony Mulcahy has received confirmation that 2,141 suckler cow farmers in County Clare have in recent weeks received payments totalling €730,650 under the Beef Data Programme. (more...)

Submarine inventor to be remembered in Clare

Submarine inventor to be remembered in Clare

Tomorrow (Tuesday) marks the 100th anniversary of the death of submarine inventor John P. Holland and to mark the anniversary a special commemorative event is being planned for later this month in his native County Clare. (more...)

Ham radio users light up the airwaves at Loop Head

Ham radio users light up the airwaves at Loop Head

A group of amateur ham radio operators will wind back the clock at Loop Head Lighthouse this weekend when they attempt to communicate via radio and Morse code with hundreds of radio clubs throughout the world. (more...)

Kildysart drinking water quality improves; restrictions remain in place for now

Clare County Council, acting as agents on behalf of Irish Water, says it has recorded significant improvements in the quality of drinking water being provided by the Kildysart water treatment plant, but has advised that water restrictions will remain in place until next Tuesday (12 August 2014) at least. (more...)

Stimare signs distribution deal with AudienceView

Stimare signs distribution deal with AudienceView

Stimare today agreed a product distribution deal with one of world's leading providers of e-commerce and ticketing software for events and entertainment organizations. (more...)

Kildysart water restrictions update (Tuesday 5 August)

The HSE, in conjunction with Irish Water and Clare County Council, has confirmed that water restrictions on the Kildysart Public Water Supply scheme will remain in place until at least Friday (8 August 2014). (more...)

Doolin gears up for Harley Fest

Doolin gears up for Harley Fest

Harley-Davidson owners from across Ireland, the United Kingdom and the United States will descend on the North Clare village of Doolin next week for the inaugural Doolin Harley Fest 2014. (more...)

Last chance to nominate a champion of Limerick’s environment

Members of the public in Limerick have just over one week left to nominate someone who they believe has made an outstanding contribution to the local environment in Limerick. (more...)

Mulcahy concerned over potential broadband price hikes

Mulcahy concerned over potential broadband price hikes

Clare Fine Gael Senator Tony Mulcahy has called on Eircom and other fibre broadband providers not to increase internet charges after Commission for Communications Regulation (Comreg) said rural internet users are not paying the full cost of broadband provision. (more...)

Ború tourism delegation to undertake US promotion

Ború tourism delegation to undertake US promotion

An all-island tourism delegation from the four main locations with connections to the only undisputed High King of Ireland, Brian Ború will embark on a promotional drive in the United States later next week. (more...)

Kildysart water restrictions update

The HSE, in conjunction with Irish Water and Clare County Council, has confirmed that existing water restrictions on the Kildysart Public Water Supply scheme will remain in place until at least Tuesday 5th August. (more...)

NPPR payment deadline draws near for Limerick property owners

Limerick City and County Council is reminding owners of second properties, holiday homes and rental properties that they have just under a month to discharge their NPPR (Non Principal Private Residence) liability before additional penalties of over 50% are added to the charge. (more...)

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