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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Fresh warning for Clare people as Storm Frank brings high winds, rain and tides...

Clare people have been advised to batten down the hatches and avoid any unnecessary travel tonight high seas, heavy rain and high winds will...

Access restored to Loop Head Peninsula in time for St Patrick’s weekend

One of the main access roads to the Loop Head Peninsula reopened today following extensive repair work to rebuild and repair over 100 metres...

Fancy a free flight to see Santa?

The magic of Christmas will come alive in the skies for 3,000 lucky children over the next two weekends with, yes, FREE flights to meet Santa. Ryanair,...

HURLING: Tommy Moore is Ballyea bound

FRIDAY is a most unlikely All-Ireland club final for Ballyea. Back in May 2016 their thoughts were on getting back into the championship and avoiding...

HURLING: Kelly’s Heroes

Dónal Kelly has been one of the driving forces behind Ballyea’s emergence as a force in senior hurling over the past couple of years. ...

Leg it to the Cliffs of Moher for The Baby Nicholas Memorial Run

AN AMERICAN couple whose baby son passed away at the Cliffs of Mother will make an emotional return to Clare later this month. Newborn baby...

U21 Final Fever; Councillors to have final say on LPT; Kilrush cleans up; and...

In today's Clare People - News - Kilrush cleans up in Tidy Towns competition; Half of Clare property tax being spent outside of Clare; Primary schools...

Castlewood Players drama is ‘Too close to home’ in Craltoe

This spring’s production from the All-Ireland award-winning ‘Castlewood Players’, Cratloe is the riotous three act comedy ‘Too Close to Home’ by Jimmy Keary. Set in...