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Banner supporter in Ballyvourney

by Ronan Jugde HER accent is unmistakably Cork but Geraldine Moloney Ó Riada is Clare to her fingertips. She grew up in Glendree, Tulla on a diet of national hurling league matches involving her beloved...

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Shannon prepares for lift off

THERE is growing speculation that Ryanair will shortly announce a major investment in Shannon Airport in the coming months, bringing with them well over a million new passengers annually to the airport. The company’s decision...

Exclusive – GAA teams up with Council

NEGOTIATIONS are at an advanced stage over major development work adjacent to Cusack Park in Ennis that involves the Clare County Board, Ennis Town Council and a local property owner in a land deal...

Ryanair in Shannon Airport is a must

AVIATION Entreprenuer Domhnal Slattery used the opportunity of speaking to a Clare business audience at the launch of the Ennis App last Wednesday evening to outline his thoughts on the future of Shannon Airport. The...

Schools demand Cusack Park

ON the very same day that it was announced that the Munster GAA Council would be making a grant of €100,000 for the upkeep and development of Cusack Park, Clare GAA was severely criticised...

Champions of the world

ENNIS Swimming and Lifesaving Club is on top of the world this week as its competitors dominate the World Lifesaving Championships that are taking place in Adelaide and will continue until this coming Sunday. Already,...

Clare kids at the back of diabetes queue

    PARENTS of children with diabetes are not just fighting to control their child’s condition, but the majority of Clare parents are fighting to get on a waiting list for an insulin pump, for better...

Cars or councillors, which will go first?

Left Field by Ronan Judge     IT costs Ennis Town Council somewhere between €70,000 and €80,000 in lost revenue every time it drops the cost of parking by 10 cents. That according to Town Manager Ger...