We hope you’re all enjoying the summer sun. We’ve been working hard to give you a good read while you soak up some rays this Tuesday.
In tomorrow’s Clare People we bring you –
Over 160 Clare kids in care;
Green light for West Clare windfarm;
Less Clare women travelling to UK for abortions;
A round-up from the Clare courts;
Interviews with the newly elected Mayors of Ennis, West Clare and Killaloe;
News of Graham Norton and Bono’s visits to the village of Quin;
In Features –
We bring you a special 12-page supplement celebrating Gaelcholáiste An Chláir’s historic work as Burren Chernobyl Project volunteers in Gorodishche Orphanage.
In Pictures –
We cover the Special Olympics Ireland Games which took place in Clare and Limerick over the weekend;
We were also at the White Collar Boxing in the Queen’s Hotel in Ennis on Saturday night.
In Sport –
County Board Meeting to take place on Tuesday to discuss whether second round of Clare Senior Hurling Championship will go ahead or not;
Clare to realise next championship opponents when All-Ireland Qualifier draw takes place next Monday;
Reports, reaction and analysis from Clare’s outings in the Munster Senior Hurling and Football Championships as well as Clare’s Munster Intermediate meeting with Cork;
We preview Clare camogie and Clare ladies footballer’s opening rounds of their respective championships;
We report from Clare soccer’s Premier League as Ennis Town and Newmarket Celtic race for the title.
We look ahead to Clare’s Munster football semi-final clash with Kerry in Cusack Park this Sunday.