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Thursday July 24th 2014



‘Press Releases’ Archives

Ennis schools clean up at Council awards ceremony

St Anne’s School in Corrovorin has won the 2014 Ennis Best Kept Schools Competition. (more...)

Clare beachgoers urged to take responsibility for litter

Ahead of what is expected to be a busy period at Clare’s beaches, Clare County Council is urging visitors to “Respect the Banner” by keeping Clare and its beaches litter-free. (more...)

“All Set” for Willie Clancy festival week

More than 5,000 people are expected to attend the 31st annual Armada Festival of Music & Dancing in County Clare, details of which have just been announced. (more...)

5th Freedom of The Air Rights sought for Shannon

Shannon Airport should be prioritised for the awarding of Fifth Freedom of The Air rights as it would assist in redressing the economic imbalance between Dublin and the remainder of the country. (more...)

Stage details for International Junior Tour announced

Stage details for International Junior Tour announced

The stage details have been announced for the 2014 International Junior Tour of Ireland cycling race scheduled to take place in County Clare again from 15th-20th July. (more...)

Public consultation on future development of Ennis

Members of the public in County Clare are being invited to play their part in the formulation of a 6-year social and economic development plan for Ennis and surrounding areas. (more...)

Clare parents urged to apply early for Back to School Allowance

Senator Tony Mulcahy has urged Clare parents to apply early for the Back to School Clothing and Footwear Allowance this summer following the opening of the online application process. (more...)

Directory outlines Clare’s Enterprise and Industrial Zoned Sites

Clare County Council today published a newly produced Directory detailing enterprise and industrial zoned sites across County Clare. (more...)

Search underway for Clare’s Best Young Entrepreneur

The recently launched Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Clare has announced details of a new competition to find Clare’s Best Young Entrepreneur. (more...)

Council issues advice relating to control of rushes

Landowners and farmers across Limerick are being urged to consider alternative methods of controlling rushes before using pesticides and herbicides. (more...)

Blue Flags to fly at 7 Clare beaches this summer

The prestigious International Blue Flag has been awarded to seven of County Clare’s beaches, including Lahinch which lost its Blue Flag status in 2013. (more...)

ITF promotes 6 Clare Taekwon-Do Instructors

ATTN ED: High-resolution images(no repro fee) may be downloaded from http://we.tl/qdgOY2mxRI (captions in File Info) MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release Tuesday, 3 June 2014 ITF promotes 6 Clare Taekwon-Do Instructors History was made in Dublin at the weekend when Clare’s first Taekwon-Do Master was promoted by the International Taekwon-Do [...]

Burren Walking Trips put Geopark on a new path

A weekly programme of seven different guided walks, the first of its kind in Ireland, is being hosted in the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark this summer. (more...)

National Bike Week launches in Ennistymon

National Bike Week launches in Ennistymon

Renowned Irish singer Luka Bloom and World Champion surfer Fergal Smith, both avid cyclists, will be in Ennistymon this Friday to launch National Bike Week 2014 which this year takes place from June 14th-22nd. (more...)

New river festival honours Limerick sailor

A new festival named in honour of a Limerick man who famously completed a solo circumnavigation of the world will take place along the banks of the River Shannon in Limerick City on Sunday June 8th next. (more...)

Ennistymon holds upcycling sale for Sr. Mary

The Falls Hotel in Ennistymon will host a Big Upcycle Pop Up charity sale this Sunday, June 1st, in aid of a project being spearheaded in Peru by Columban Sister and Inagh native, Sr. Mary Ann Neylon. (more...)

Friends pedal Shaun’s cause

Friends pedal Shaun’s cause

30 friends and work colleagues of a County Donegal man who is currently battling cancer will this week embark on a 350-kilometre charity cycle along Ireland's western seaboard to raise funds for Friend’s of St. Luke’s and Bone Marrow for Leukaemia Trust. (more...)

Event discusses freight transport opportunities for Limerick-Shannon region

Key players in Ireland's freight, logistics and transport sector stakeholders will gather in the Castletroy Park Hotel in Limerick this Wednesday to discuss how the Limerick-Shannon region could become a strategic freight logistics hub with direct connections to some of the world’s global logistics hubs. (more...)

LIT gears up for inaugural rugby sevens festival

LIT gears up for inaugural rugby sevens festival

More than 20 rugby teams from all over Ireland will gather in Limerick over the June Bank Holiday weekend to compete in Ireland's newest rugby sevens tournament. (more...)

The Burren Smokehouse lands deal with Harrods

The Burren Smokehouse lands deal with Harrods

The first commercially caught Irish wild salmon of 2014 will shortly be found on sale in Harrods after a Co. Clare company landed a 12-month deal to supply its trademark product at the world famous department store's prestigious slicing area. (more...)

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