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Update on Kidysart area drinking water

The HSE, in conjunction with Irish Water and Clare County Council, have advised that the public drinking water alert introduced in Kildysart yesterday (Tuesday) will remain in place until further notice. Customers are being advised,...

Sinn Féin’s local election candidate for the Ennis area, Cathal O’Reilly, has resigned from...

Sinn Féin’s local election candidate for the Ennis area, Cathal O’Reilly, has resigned from the party, less than 48 hours before the people of Clare go to the polls. The Ennis butcher was forced from...

NFL Preview: Home comforts can catapult Clare

National Football League Division 3 Clare v Wexford @ Cusack Park, Ennis Sunday, February 1, at 2pm. WHEN it came on a bitterly cold afternoon in rural Antrim last April, Clare’s escape from the clutches of Division...

Stars lined up for Burren Law School

A STAR-STUDDED line up of national and international speakers has been announced for this year’s Burren Law School, which takes place at the Burren College of Art in Ballyvaughan next month. Journalist Robert Fisk, the...

Council updates on disruption to water supplies in Clare

Clare County Council, following consultation with and on receipt of directions from Irish Water, is implementing a tankering arrangement in areas currently affected by water shortages brought about as a result of extensive power...

TV presenter to host Ennis talk to help those grieving loss through suicide

TV PRESENTER Christy Kenneally, who is a well-known speaker in the area of Bereavement and loss, is to speak on 'Life After Suicide' at the Temple Gate Hotel in Ennis next Tuesday, January 17...

Classic King Kieren rolls back the years with Guineas win

CLARE’S greatest ever horseman Kieren Fallon became the toast of the sport of kings once more last Saturday when he made a triumphant return to the English Classic winner’s enclosure for the first time...

Massive jump in numbers signing on around the county

The number of people signing on the live register in Clare has jumped dramatically, with an increase of just under 200 people last month. Figures obtained from the Central...

Frustrated Clare mother of three challenges Taoiseach over medical card

A MOTHER of three, frustrated and stressed after losing the medical card for her son with cerebral palsy, stopped Taoiseach Enda Kenny on the streets of Ennis on Friday. Catherine Pender from Cranny told The...

Kilrush to represent Ireland in Entente Florale 2015

Kilrush will represent Ireland in the 2015 International Entente Florale competition, it has been announced. The Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government has confirmed to Clare County Council and the Kilrush Tidy Towns...

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€9.8 million paid in Local Property Tax in Clare

A TOTAL of €9.8 million was paid in Local Property Tax (LPT) by 53,500 households in Clare last year. 

Feud Fills Ennis Streets

YOUNG children were among members of the public forced to flee an armed gang, who subjected two men to violent beatings in...

All-Ireland success for Clare-based companies

THREE Clare companies are among the first businesses in the country to achieve a new quality mark signifying that they meet the highest standards...

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Aoife is Keane to return to county action

It's 18 months since Aoife Keane last donned a Clare jersey at competitive level, an ill-fated All-Ireland Championship exit at home to neighbours Galway...

Shannon man is new Irish manager

CLAREMAN Mike Hickey is to spearhead Ireland’s assault for European championship basketball glory in the coming year. The Shannon man, who has been involved in...

Garrihy answers the Call

DONIE Garrihy, the hugely successful manager of Clare’s Oscar Traynor Trophy winning soccer side, has been lured back into management just a...