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Hazardous waste disposal opportunity for Tipperary householders

Householders across Tipperary are being encouraged to avail of an upcoming opportunity to dispose of their hazardous wastes free of charge. (more…)

Council urges extreme caution on Limerick’s roads

Limerick City and County Council is advising all road users to exercise extreme caution during the coming days due to a continuation of icy conditions on Limerick's road network. (more…)

Workshops announced for Clare Tidy Towns and community groups

The Environment Section of Clare County Council has organised a series of workshops in Ennis, Scarriff and Miltown Malbay to assist community groups with the Sustainable Waste & Resource Management category of the national SuperValu TidyTowns competition. (more…)

Public input invited on new County Development Plan

Clare County Council has announced a series of public consultation events on a new six-year strategy for the future development of County Clare over the coming years. (more…)

People of Limerick take on Operation Transformation

People of Limerick take on Operation Transformation

Picture: Keith Wiseman 1,250 people from across County Limerick gathered in Newcastle West on Saturday for the annual Operation Transformation walk. (more…)

EU showcase event for Limerick’s digital economy

EU showcase event for Limerick’s digital economy

Kieran Reeves, Senior Planer Limerick City and County Council, Jillian Robinson, Ecumenic Development, LCCC, Paul Johnson, Business Development Manager, Liam Galvin, Mayor of Limerick County Council, Liam Kenneally, Senior Planer. Limerick City & County Council, Alison Partridge, LEAD Expert & Mihai Bilaucha, Head of Digital Strategy [...]

Water levels drop on Lower River Shannon

Clare County Council has received confirmation from the ESB of its decision to reduce the flow of water downstream from Parteen Weir from 440 cubic metres per second (cumecs) to 405 cumecs. (more…)

Council welcome for opening of Uber Centre of Excellence

The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Cllr Liam Galvin today congratulated Uber on the opening of its first Centre Of Excellence (COE) outside of the United States at Thomas Street in Limerick City. (more…)

Limerick Arts Office Announces Arts Grants Scheme

The Limerick Arts Office has announced it is now seeking applications from individual artists or organisations under the Grants Under The Arts Act scheme. (more…)

Tony Mulcahy seeks re-election to Seanad Éireann

Clare Fine Gael Senator Tony Mulcahy has confirmed his decision to seek re-election to Seanad Éireann. (more…)

County Clare Flooding Update

Clare County Council says improved weather conditions have resulted in a drop in water levels along the Lower River Shannon at Springfield, Clonlara today (Saturday, 9 January 2016). (more…)

Water levels drop in County Limerick

Limerick City and County Council says water levels along the Lower River Shannon at Castleconnell and Montpelier are continuing to fall slowly as a result of drier weather during recent days. (more…)

Weight Restriction remains in place at Latoon Bridge

Clare County Council is reminding hauliers, bus operators and owners of large vehicles that a temporary weight restriction of 3.5 tonnes remains in place on Latoon Creek Bridge on the R458 (Old N18), located 4 kilometres south of Clarecastle. (more…)

Clare Flooding Update – 7 January 2016

Clare County Council says water levels on the Lower River Shannon at Springfield, Clonlara, have risen 2 inches following overnight rainfall and are now approximately 4-5 inches below the November 2009 peak level, which was reached on Saturday night last. (more…)

Clare County Council expecting increase in water levels on Lower River Shannon

Clare County Council says it is anticipating an increase in water levels on the Lower River Shannon at Springfield, Clonlara, during Wednesday evening and overnight as a result of forecast rainfall and the impact of the spill rate of 470 cubic metres per second (cumecs) being maintained at Parteen Weir by the ESB. (more…)

Clare Flooding Update – 5 January 2016

Clare County Council says that water levels on the Lower River Shannon at Springfield, Clonlara, have dropped 4 inches since Saturday night when they reached the peak levels of November 2009. (more…)

15.8% increase in visitors to Cliffs of Moher during 2015

15.8% increase in visitors to Cliffs of Moher during 2015

Cliffs of Moher in the Burren Geopark as seen from the sea Visitor numbers at the Clare County Council owned Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience in County Clare were up 15.8% during 2015. (more…)

Limerick City ‘clean to European norms’ – IBAL

Limerick City has retained its ‘clean to European norms’ status in the latest survey by Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL). (more…)

Clare Flooding Update – 4 January 2016

Clare County Council says that water levels on the Lower River Shannon at Springfield, Clonlara, have dropped marginally since Saturday night when they reached the peak levels of November 2009. (more…)

Clare Flooding Update – 3 January 2016

Clare County Council says water levels on the Lower River Shannon at Springfield, Clonlara, dropped slightly overnight and are now two inches below the peak flood level of 2009. (more…)

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