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86 views, By Dunphy PR
The Burren Ecotourism Network has announced the programme for the third annual Burren Food Fayre in Lisdoonvarna on Sunday, October 26th.

82 views, By Dunphy PR
Primary and secondary school teachers from across Clare are being invited to register their interest in attending a course aimed at encouraging schools to reduce their energy use and save money on their energy bills.

85 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council has confirmed a housing vacancy rate of 21.2% in the County based on the most recent Census figures.

109 views, By Dunphy PR
A community-owned leisure facility in County Clare has become the first of its kind in Ireland to establish a High Performance Academy to support training and give financial aid to promising young local athletes.

140 views, By Dunphy PR
Limerick Going For Gold Judges' have named Meadowbrook in Corbally and Annacotty as their two wildcard finalists in the Tidy Towns Category of the competition.

137 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council is proposing to zone more than 345 hectares of land along the Shannon Estuary for the development of marine related industry.

138 views, By Dunphy PR
Two Clare County Council projects have been shortlisted for Excellence in Local Government Awards.

126 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council says it has recorded a significant reduction in dog fouling at two of County Clare's main beaches in the weeks since erecting audio devices that encourage dog owners to clean up after their pets.

124 views, By Dunphy PR
A community-based media project documenting the history and culture of the Loop Head Peninsula and Discover Points along the Wild Atlantic Way will be the subject of a talk and presentation during Heritage Week 2014 later this month.

142 views, By Dunphy PR
A Derry-based academic will this weekend present new evidence suggesting that the world-famous karst landscape of the Burren Region and Celtic legends of the West of Ireland inspired J.R.R. Tolkien in his masterworks.

113 views, By Dunphy PR
The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark has been named in the longlist for the 2014 World Responsible Tourism Awards for the second year running.

126 views, By Dunphy PR
Harley-Davidson owners from across Ireland, the United Kingdom and the United States will descend on the North Clare village of Doolin next week for the inaugural Doolin Harley Fest 2014.

151 views, By Dunphy PR
More than 2500 visitors have so far flocked to see the White Tailed Sea Eagles Viewing & Information Point on the shores of Lough Derg in County Clare since it was officially opened on July 4th.

202 views, By Dunphy PR
A Derry-based academic has uncovered evidence suggesting that the world-famous karst landscape of the Burren Region and Celtic legends of the West of Ireland inspired J.R.R. Tolkien in his masterworks: The Lord of The Rings and The Silmarillion.

134 views, By Dunphy PR
The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark has announced plans to develop improved access to and engagement with the world-famous landscape for people with physical and intellectual disabilities.

140 views, By Dunphy PR
The Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council today congratulated the six Clare-based companies who have claimed top awards at the Irish Aviation Industry Awards 2014.

151 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council is urging the general public to have their voice heard in relation to the formulation of a 6-year social and economic development plan for Ennis and surrounding areas.

193 views, By Dunphy PR
More than 200 Harley-Davidson owners from across Ireland, the UK and the United States will descend on the North Clare village of Doolin next month for a brand new festival.

143 views, By Dunphy PR
Food producers and restaurant owners surrounding Lough Derg have joined forces in an effort to promote the region as a food tourism destination.

131 views, By Dunphy PR
Brian Ború's 10th century invasion of the monastic settlement of Scattery Island and the subsequent killing of the Viking King of Limerick and his two sons will be recreated in County Clare later this month.

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47 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare Fine Gael Senator Tony Mulcahy has welcomed the allocation of €22,000 to community groups and environmental organisations across County Clare under the 2014 Local Agenda 21 Environmental Partnership Fund.

51 views, By Dunphy PR
The Chair of the Clare Tourism Forum has welcomed the Lonely Planet Guide's strong endorsement of the local tourism sector in its preview of global tourism destinations to visit in 2015.

75 views, By Dunphy PR
The one millionth visitor to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience in 2014 has been recorded today (Monday, 20 October 2014), marking the first time that the milestone figure has been reached at the world-famous County Clare visitor attraction.

68 views, By Dunphy PR
The first annual Doolin Harley Festival which saw 200 Harley Davidson owners from across Ireland, the UK and USA descend on the North Clare village raised €37,589 for local cancer charities.

58 views, By Dunphy PR
Katherine Webster, Carol Gleeson and Kelly Humphries of the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark pictured with Judging Panel Chairperson Duncan Stewart at last night's Responsible Travel & Tourism Awards in Dublin.

54 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council is inviting members of the public to play their part in identifying housing estates that could benefit from the introduction of new speed limits.

69 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council has announced a €50,000 support scheme place to assist communities in maintaining and operating playgrounds throughout the County.

76 views, By Dunphy PR
Limerick City and County Council and An Garda Síochána have launched a joint campaign aimed at encouraging dog owners to clean up after their animals who foul in public areas.

75 views, By Dunphy PR
Budding chefs with a taste for the wild are being encouraged to take part in the second annual Burren Masterchef Cookery Competition.

86 views, By Dunphy PR
The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark has announced a number of events marking Earth Science Week 2014, including a fieldtrip for university students examining climate change in the rocks of the Burren.

104 views, By Dunphy PR
A trip to Cusack Park to watch Cratloe beat Crusheen in the Clare County Hurling Final was among the highlights of a three-day visit to Ennis by a group from Langenfeld in Germany.

79 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council has confirmed that the presentation of awards in the 2014 “Clare in Bloom”, “Best Kept Local Authority Estate” and ‘Pride of Place’ competitions will be held at Áras Contae an Chláir in Ennis this coming Monday.

104 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare householders are being encouraged to participate in the Stop Food Waste Challenge to help reduce the estimated €700 worth of food that is wasted annually by each Irish family.

89 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare Fine Gael Senator Tony Mulcahy says Ryanair's commitment to increase its business at Shannon by 18% in 2015 will help to consolidate the "remarkable growth" recorded at the County Clare airport.

75 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council is urging land, home and business owners in flood prone locations to remain vigilant over the coming days due to a heightened risk of tidal flooding.

73 views, By Dunphy PR
Visitors to Loop Head Lighthouse increased by 7.5% during the West Clare landmark's 6-month opening period up to yesterday (Sunday, October 5th).

86 views, By Dunphy PR
The Burren Ecotourism Network has announced the programme for the third annual Burren Food Fayre in Lisdoonvarna on Sunday, October 26th.

82 views, By Dunphy PR
Primary and secondary school teachers from across Clare are being invited to register their interest in attending a course aimed at encouraging schools to reduce their energy use and save money on their energy bills.

85 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council has confirmed a housing vacancy rate of 21.2% in the County based on the most recent Census figures.

109 views, By Dunphy PR
A community-owned leisure facility in County Clare has become the first of its kind in Ireland to establish a High Performance Academy to support training and give financial aid to promising young local athletes.

90 views, By Dunphy PR
Jan O'Sullivan TD, Minister for Education and Skills was in Roxboro today to present certificates to more than 40 young people from across Limerick who participated in the 2014 Summer Reading Challenge.

75 views, By Dunphy PR
The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark is marking Earth Science Week 2014 by hosting a number of events.

109 views, By Dunphy PR
The Chief Executive of Waterways Ireland has said her organisation would be "delighted" to work in partnership with Clare County Council to develop improved public access to Holy Island (Inis Cealtra) on Lough Derg.

110 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council today confirmed that it is an advanced stage of negotiations to secure the purchase of Holy Island (Inis Cealtra) on Lough Derg, the largest lake on the River Shannon.

111 views, By Dunphy PR
The Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council, Councillor John Crowe has congratulated Kilrush on being named Ireland’s Tidiest Small Town in this year’s SuperValu National TidyTowns competition.

114 views, By Dunphy PR
Owners of properties liable for Non-Principal Private Residence (NPPR) charges across Clare can freeze additional penalties that might otherwise come into effect on 1st September by contacting Clare County Council or the NPPR Bureau.

140 views, By Dunphy PR
Limerick Going For Gold Judges' have named Meadowbrook in Corbally and Annacotty as their two wildcard finalists in the Tidy Towns Category of the competition.

131 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council, acting as agents on behalf of Irish Water and following consultation with the Health Service Executive (HSE), has confirmed the removal of drinking water restrictions that were affecting 3,300 customers.

137 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council is proposing to zone more than 345 hectares of land along the Shannon Estuary for the development of marine related industry.

138 views, By Dunphy PR
Two Clare County Council projects have been shortlisted for Excellence in Local Government Awards.

144 views, By Dunphy PR
An estimated 1800 customers of the Corofin and Ruan Public Water Supply in County Clare are being advised that water on the scheme is not suitable for drinking due to the presence of an algal bloom in the raw water for the supply at Inchiquin Lake.

126 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council says it has recorded a significant reduction in dog fouling at two of County Clare's main beaches in the weeks since erecting audio devices that encourage dog owners to clean up after their pets.

124 views, By Dunphy PR
A community-based media project documenting the history and culture of the Loop Head Peninsula and Discover Points along the Wild Atlantic Way will be the subject of a talk and presentation during Heritage Week 2014 later this month.

142 views, By Dunphy PR
A Derry-based academic will this weekend present new evidence suggesting that the world-famous karst landscape of the Burren Region and Celtic legends of the West of Ireland inspired J.R.R. Tolkien in his masterworks.

113 views, By Dunphy PR
The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark has been named in the longlist for the 2014 World Responsible Tourism Awards for the second year running.

99 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare Fine Gael Senator Tony Mulcahy has received confirmation that 2,141 suckler cow farmers in County Clare have in recent weeks received payments totalling €730,650 under the Beef Data Programme.

140 views, By Dunphy PR
Tomorrow (Tuesday) marks the 100th anniversary of the death of submarine inventor John P. Holland and to mark the anniversary a special commemorative event is being planned for later this month in his native County Clare.

172 views, By Dunphy PR
A group of amateur ham radio operators will wind back the clock at Loop Head Lighthouse this weekend when they attempt to communicate via radio and Morse code with hundreds of radio clubs throughout the world.

126 views, By Dunphy PR
Harley-Davidson owners from across Ireland, the United Kingdom and the United States will descend on the North Clare village of Doolin next week for the inaugural Doolin Harley Fest 2014.

47 views, By Dunphy PR
46 communities from across County Limerick are busily preparing for the judging stages of the 7th annual Limerick in Bloom competition which takes place later this week and during next week.

151 views, By Dunphy PR
More than 2500 visitors have so far flocked to see the White Tailed Sea Eagles Viewing & Information Point on the shores of Lough Derg in County Clare since it was officially opened on July 4th.

202 views, By Dunphy PR
A Derry-based academic has uncovered evidence suggesting that the world-famous karst landscape of the Burren Region and Celtic legends of the West of Ireland inspired J.R.R. Tolkien in his masterworks: The Lord of The Rings and The Silmarillion.

134 views, By Dunphy PR
The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark has announced plans to develop improved access to and engagement with the world-famous landscape for people with physical and intellectual disabilities.

140 views, By Dunphy PR
The Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council today congratulated the six Clare-based companies who have claimed top awards at the Irish Aviation Industry Awards 2014.

160 views, By Dunphy PR
The 2014 International Junior Tour of Ireland cycling race gets underway in County Clare tomorrow (Tuesday) and continues through Sunday, 20th July.

183 views, By Dunphy PR
John Perry TD, Minister of State for Small Business today officially launched the Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Clare at Áras Contae an Chláir in Ennis.

151 views, By Dunphy PR
Clare County Council is urging the general public to have their voice heard in relation to the formulation of a 6-year social and economic development plan for Ennis and surrounding areas.

193 views, By Dunphy PR
More than 200 Harley-Davidson owners from across Ireland, the UK and the United States will descend on the North Clare village of Doolin next month for a brand new festival.

143 views, By Dunphy PR
Food producers and restaurant owners surrounding Lough Derg have joined forces in an effort to promote the region as a food tourism destination.

131 views, By Dunphy PR
Brian Ború's 10th century invasion of the monastic settlement of Scattery Island and the subsequent killing of the Viking King of Limerick and his two sons will be recreated in County Clare later this month.



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