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‘Fairy beer’ brewed up in Lisdoonvarna

A North Clare brewer has whipped up a batch of 'fairy beer' brewed using wild yeast collected from the legendary military stronghold of the...

Our Lady’s a ‘sorry sight’

THE sight of the old Our Lady’s Hospital as one of the first visual landmarks as you enter Ennis has been branded a ‘very...

OSCAR TRAYNOR FINAL: Once more with feeling for Garrihy’s Clare

FOR Donie Garrihy the Oscar Traynor Trophy final couldn’t be coming at a better time, and maybe even a better place than faraway Buncrana...

Everest conquerer John Burke turns attentions to building youth charity

BACK on familiar territory amongst family and friends in County Clare after spending two months in the Himalayas, John Burke says his next move...

Opinion – Travellers, the most socially excluded group in Clare

JUST over two months ago, a special investigation into Traveller life in Clare was published by The Clare People with a very specific aim...
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OSCAR TRAYNOR FINAL: Once more with feeling for Garrihy’s Clare

FOR Donie Garrihy the Oscar Traynor Trophy final couldn’t be coming at a better time, and maybe even a better place than faraway Buncrana...

RUGBY: Munster and Ireland stars ‘take huge pride’ in Ennis jersey

IN A county where rugby stumbles into fourth place in terms of team sports participation — and also falls behind all its Munster counterparts...

RUGBY: ‘Jack leads by example’ in tight-knit Ennis team

WHILE Ennis RFC has always prided itself on being a club that represents the whole county, there’s no doubt it’s also very much a...

RUGBY: Ennis look to make history in Thomond Park

ENNIS will look to make history as the first Clare side to win the Munster Cup as they take on rugby powerhouse Garryowen in...

HURLING: Ballyea’s name is on the cup

Ballyea can become the third Clare side to scale the heights of All-Ireland club success on St Patrick’s Day. MICHÉAL Nagle is a Ballyea old...
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