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An aerial view of the Burren’s ancient past. (video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KD-nFpHAZgU&feature=youtu.be A spectacular new aerial video, shot over Cahercommaun Cliff Fort in the Burren, has thrown new light on the megalithic stone fort. The video, which was made using a small drone aircraft, was shot...
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Aerial drone flight taking in the storm damage in Lahinch as well as spectacular...

http://vimeo.com/85194552 A spectacular video of an aerial drone flight taking in the storm damage in Lahinch, as well as views of Ennistymon, the Poulnabrone dolmen was uploaded last night my Matthew Kelly and Quentin Cooper....
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Junior Entrepreneurs show off enterprising projects at Clare Showcase Day

The Junior Entrepreneurial Programme (JEP) has been another wonderful success in Clare this year with 24 schools from all over the county developing their own business ideas, bringing those concepts to the marketplace, selling...
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I ‘get’ Bruce Springsteen

I FIRST started to ‘get’ Bruce Springsteen about 30 minutes into his 2003 gig at the RDS in Dublin. This was my first exposure to Springsteen and the E Street Band’s rock and roll...
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Republic of Telly nails Irish wedding clichés

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzKfcaKCevk#t=18 Have you been to an Irish wedding lately? If so, you might recognise some of the characters.
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Video: Night of the Lonely Dead

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAnfKdAhOz4 Clare filmmaker, James Skerritt, is making the most of the bad situation. The Lahinch native has taken advantage of the damage caused by Storms Catherine and the St Bridget's Day storm to shoot a...

Scott Bicycles Junior Tour of Ireland Stage 2 Results

Stage 2 of the Scott Bicycles Junior Tour of Ireland brought riders 109km around the Burren, Black Head, Doolin, Castle Hill, Ennistymon and finished with a bunch sprint on the Ennis ByPass this afternoon.     Stage 3...
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Recalling the sharks of Liscannor : Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htI-2veIA0g Liscannor Bay was once the home for thousands of sharks - some of which grew to lengths far in excess of four metres. A new documentary made by Ennistymon based filmmaker, Ken O’Sullivan, will...