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Clare produces new Biodiversity Action Plan

Clare produces new Biodiversity Action Plan

A new strategy aimed at promoting, protecting and enhancing the biodiversity of Clare has identified how biodiversity can boost tourism, enhance the local environment, and assist organisations and individuals working in the area of conservation and heritage. (more...)

Council’s Storm Darwin response takes root

Council’s Storm Darwin response takes root

Ennis Town Council today launched a tree planting initiative to replace dozens of mature trees downed by Storm Darwin on February 12th. (more...)

Mayor and Cathaoirleach laud Council storm response

The Mayor of Limerick and Cathaoirleach of Limerick County Council today paid tribute to the Emergency Services and staff of Limerick City and County Council for their response efforts in the wake of last Wednesday’s severe weather. (more...)

Clare County Council update on weekend flood risk

Clare County Council is reporting that all river systems throughout the county are “very elevated” following continued heavy rainfall in recent weeks. (more...)

Flood warning issued in Limerick

Limerick City and County Council says it remains on a state of alert ahead of further forecast heavy rainfall and strong winds this weekend and during the early days of next week. (more...)

Forecast rainfall poses flood risk in Clare

Clare County Council has reiterated its appeal to land, home and business owners in flood prone locations to remain vigilant during the coming days with further heavy rainfall expected to cause localised flooding. (more...)

Limerick remains on flood alert

Limerick City and County Council says no new flooding has been reported in Limerick during the past 24 hours. (more...)

New flood alert issued in Clare

Clare County Council is continuing to assess the scale of the damage caused by Storm Brigid to local authority managed public infrastructure. (more...)

Council bolsters flood defences in Limerick

Limerick City and County Council says its outdoor staff and Emergency Crews are on standby to deal with any incidents arising from the High Tide and stormy conditions forecast for the weekend. (more...)

Clare County Council issues Severe Weather Alert

Clare County Council has today (Thursday, 30 January 2014) issued a flood and storm warning for the entire county in advance of severe weather conditions that are expected during the next few days. (more...)

Council to undertake emergency flood defence works

Clare County Council is to commence emergency flood defence works along the County Clare coastline near Quilty over fears that up to 15 homes could experience flooding. (more...)

Storms lead to surge in Fire Service call-outs

Clare County Fire & Rescue Service experienced one of its busiest Christmas periods on record this year due to the stormy weather. (more...)

The Burren – a landscape shaped by time

The Burren – a landscape shaped by time

While recent storms have demonstrated how the weather and power of the Atlantic Ocean can have a devastating impact on Ireland’s coastline, a new series of lectures will examine how the landscape of the Burren region has changed over millions of years due to floods, tsunamis, earthquakes and ice ages. (more...)

Report outlines €23.7M storm damage to Council infrastructure

Clare County Council today confirmed it will cost an estimated €23.7m to undertake remedial works to local authority managed public infrastructure damaged during recent storms. (more...)

Lahinch Promenade closed to public

Clare County Council has confirmed that Lahinch Promenade in County Clare will remain closed to the public until further notice after the Promenade walkways and seawall were "seriously compromised" during stormy weather overnight. (more...)

Council responds to flooding incidents throughout Limerick

Limerick City and County Council is continuing to deal with a number of weather-related incidents in Foynes, Askeaton and Adare in County Limerick, as well as in various areas of Limerick City. (more...)

New calendar encourages farming with nature in Clare

A calendar showcasing inspiring rural scenes from around County Clare and month-by-month agricultural and environmental advice for farmers was launched today by the Mayor of Clare, Cllr Joe Arkins and Clare Local Development Company Chairperson, Stephen Walsh at Clare County Council’s headquarters in Ennis. (more...)

New calendar encourages farming with nature in Clare

New calendar encourages farming with nature in Clare

A calendar showcasing inspiring rural scenes from around County Clare and month-by-month agricultural and environmental advice for farmers was launched today by the Mayor of Clare, Cllr Joe Arkins and Clare Local Development Company Chairperson, Stephen Walsh at Clare County Council’s headquarters in Ennis. (more...)

Cliffs of Moher to close to public due to strong winds

Cliffs of Moher to close to public due to strong winds

Management at the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre in County Clare have announced that the tourist attraction will be closed to the public from 1pm today (Wednesday, 18 December 2013) due to expected strong winds. (more...)

Magnitude 2.6 earthquake recorded off Cork coast

Magnitude 2.6 earthquake recorded off Cork coast

The Irish National Seismic Network (INSN) has confirmed that an earthquake measuring 2.6 magnitude occurred off the coast of County Cork, Ireland, at 7.57 AM today (Wednesday, 04 December 2013). (more...)

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