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Daire O'Criodain

The High Horse

One evening recently, Irish Times journalist, Laura Kennedy, was boiling water for tea in her London apartment when the power “went”. She soon discovered that the fault affected about a hundred homes...
Colin McGann

February is a time to dispense with aspirations and return to reality

January is a time of resolutions and promises made by people from all walks of life and in all positions. It’s the start of a new year, and people are ambitious and excited. We...
Neil Farrell

Time to end the gender scaremongering, gender euphoria will make closets a thing of...

There is nothing more beautiful in this world than selfhood. Loving yourself is the first step to being healthy, sane and productive. I came out of the closet as genderqueer three years...
Joe Ó Muircheartaigh

President Higgins straddled past and present in delivering a powerful message

LAST Monday week was a proud day for politics in Ireland, when you could say that the two houses of the Oireachtas went into special session to commemorate the 100th anniversary of...
Daire O'Criodain

The High Horse

The Oxford historian, AJP Taylor, enjoyed a high public profile around the middle of the last century because of frequent broadcasts on BBC radio and television, at a time when the latter...
Colin McGann

Small talk revolves around health and the weather forecast

There is a certain level of responsibility that comes with working in the media. Be it national or local news, there is an onus on each and every outlet to report and...
Andrew Hamilton

An Irish solution won’t solve an Irish problem

IT’D be a grand little country if it wasn’t for the ISTAIP and all the rain. The ISTAIP? You know it, it’s the ultimate expression of our self-defeating, cute-hoor-ology, the Irish Solution...
Bishop Fintan Monahan

Taking a mid-January rain-check on our New Year Resolutions

At this point in the middle of January it may be the case that our new year resolutions have receded into the mists of time or perhaps not. It is hard to...
The Clare People

Today marks the coming of age of The Clare People

TODAY, The Clare People embarks on a new departure, a change of gear. It marks the launch of a redesigned newspaper which ushers in a raft of changes to what you will...

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Stranded person rescued at the mouth of Scariff River

A LONE skipper was rescued from a 37-foot cruiser which had run aground north of the mouth of the Scariff River on...

National Transport Authority extends contract with Clare Accessible Transport

THE National Transport Authority (NTA) have extended the existing contract with Clare Accessible Transport (CTA) until the end of June.

South Clare to get a Good Friday spring clean

A SERIES of spring clean events are set to take place in South Clare on Good Friday in a bid to tackle “litter black spots”.

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Rising MMA star set to take on the world ahead of professional debut

WHEN successful Clare sports stars at the top of their game come to mind, many will think about hurling, Gaelic football, rugby and even...

Clare ladies footballers hold the Kingdom

Kerry 1-17 - Clare 4-08 Shanahan McNamara Memorial Park, Doonbeg National League Division 2 Round 1 While they would have gladly have taken a point before Sunday’s encounter,...
Brian Cody

‘Clare will be on everybody’s radar this summer’ – Cody

From the game’s most decorated manager, it was flattering praise indeed. When asked how much he rated Clare, Brian Cody was quick...