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Visitors flock to eagles viewing point

Visitors flock to eagles viewing point

More than 2500 visitors have so far flocked to see the White Tailed Sea Eagles Viewing & Information Point on the shores of Lough Derg in County Clare since it was officially opened on July 4th. (more...)

White Tailed Sea Eagles Viewing Point opens

Members of the public are now able to observe one of the first White Tailed Sea Eagles born in Ireland in over a century courtesy of a new Viewing & Information Point that has been officially opened on the shores of Lough Derg in County Clare. (more...)

MEDIA ADVISORY REMINDER Launch of White Tailed Sea Eagle Viewing Point, Co. Clare

WHERE: Mountshannon Pier, Mountshannon, County Clare WHEN: Friday 4th July 2014 at 2.00 p.m WHAT: You are invited to send a photographer and/or reporter to the launch of a White Tailed Sea Eagle Viewing & Information Point by Councillor John Crowe (Mayor of Clare) and Roald Næss (Ambassador of Norway). Further info: Mark Dunphy Dunphy [...]

MEDIA ADVISORY Launch of White Tailed Sea Eagle Viewing Point, Co. Clare

WHERE: Mountshannon Pier, Mountshannon, County Clare WHEN: Friday 4th July 2014 at 2.00 p.m WHAT: You are invited to send a photographer and/or reporter to the launch of a White Tailed Sea Eagle Viewing & Information Point by Councillor John Crowe (Mayor of Clare) and Roald Næss (Ambassador of Norway). Further info: Mark Dunphy Dunphy [...]

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...)

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...)

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...)

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