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Killaloe students celebrate ‘Neat Streets’ anti-litter award

A GROUP of enthusiastic students from St Anne’s Community College have been rewarded for their dedication to an anti-litter programme for secondary school students. The Killaloe-based student led green committee recently received the...

Large crowds expected for long-standing Spancilhill Fair

WHEN Clare traditions come to mind, the world famous Spancilhill Fair is often to the forefront of many people’s thoughts. As the famous song goes, this year’s events get underway with a...

Derg Athletic Club gearing up for highly-anticipated fundraiser

THEY may be looking forward to a well-deserved summer break but the dedicated team behind the renowned Derg Athletic Club aren’t hanging up their running shoes just yet. This Sunday, June...

12 O’Clock Hills project soaring to new heights

FOLLOWING the success of winning a Clare Business Excellence Community Award in 2018, the 12 O’Clock Hills walking trails including heritage sites are continuing to grow in popularity.  The growing visitor numbers...

Muse Productions soars to new heights

THE people at Muse Productions are no strangers to success and confidence is certainly high ahead of this weekend’s highly-anticipated AIMS awards show, which takes place in Killarney on Saturday.

Ogonnelloe National School bright sparks promote energy efficiency

STUDENTS from Ogonnelloe National School have showcased the power of ‘One Good Idea’ in a bid to promote energy efficiency and address climate change.  Reaching the national final of the SEAI ‘One...

Inaugural Cuppa Tea TV ‘Youth in Music workshop brews up a storm

BUILT in the 1960s, Shannon Town has long since battled hard to build a strong music scene that is more prevalent in traditional towns and villages across the county. Taking the bull...

Community spirit alive and well in Shannon

THERE was certainly a summer feeling in Shannon as the town’s first ever fun day got underway on May Bank Holiday Monday at the sun-drenched scenic Shannon Point.  What started out...

Gearing up to give back – Sixmilebridge mother remembered during charity cycle

SHE was a loving and devoted mother to her two beloved children, Louis and Evie, a wonderful wife to her dedicated husband Jack as well as a loyal life-long friend to many.

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”. The annual ‘Spring Clean Days’ in Meelick,...