Engineers are coming together to build alternative versions of the life-saving breathing apparatus and supplement potentially dwindling hospital stocks, writes Mick Clifford
Martin Hayes doesn’t like to stand still. The fiddle virtuoso from East Clare has made it a hallmark of his career to seek out creative ideas from beyond his musical tradition.
I’ve ducked and dodged and weaved like Lionel Messi the footballer, but the Christmas season is also the time for confessing and repenting.
A 22-year-old hairdresser assaulted a woman at a Christening celebration at an east Clare pub after drinking alcohol over the previous 14 hours.
Louise Walsh People are relocating from all around Europe to attend a school in Sligo where students have complete independence to decide their own education.
I have told as many tall stories as the next man, along the barstools in the kind of lively pubs that still flourish here in East Clare.
Over the last 23 years, around eight or nine bodies have never been recovered from the seas around the Cliffs of Moher, a garda told an inquest.
Garda Andrew Monahan was speaking at the inquest into the death of German national, Max Tienert (31) who is believed to have entered the waters at the Cliffs of Moher more than four years ago.
A 32-year-old Vietnamese woman charged with cultivating cannabis at Tinarana House told Gardaí that she was forced to do it.
Cormac Begley is a solo bass, baritone, treble and piccolo concertina player from a West Kerry musical family
A major search was launched on Lough Derg in Co Clare this evening amid fears that a kayaker was missing or in difficulty.
A Dad who spoke publicly about the loss of his 13-year old son in tragic circumstances died just 16 months later, an inquest has heard.
A HSE paramedic who “patently abused” his position of trust when assaulting two female first aid students has been jailed.
Fire crews from two stations were last night battling to bring a large mountain fire under control in East Clare.
Building on the success of the Wild Atlantic Way, the Hidden Heartlands showcase the very best our inland counties have to offer, writes Ciara McDonnell.
Thankfully, the Environmental Protection Agency has the independence and mandate to point out to us all the many uncomfortable facts about the state of the country.
On the evening of the Clare-Wexford game two weeks ago, I left Cork and headed straight to Whitegate, the last outpost in east Clare, right on the Galway border.
With overseas visits to Ireland up by 7.6% for the first five months of 2018, it seems likely the current tourist season will deliver another record year in terms of revenue, writes John Daly.
Clare absolutely cashed in those chips when the roulette wheel seemed about to spin off the table, writes Anthony Daly
A father of 10 has died following a workplace accident in Co Clare.
Evidence was also heard that SKY employs private investigators to ‘snoop’ on unauthorised showing of Premier League games.
A young man is being treated in a Dublin hospital for serious injuries following an incident on Lough Derg in Co Clare early on Saturday morning.
The first volume of a new biography of Éamon de Valera delves into such areas as his childhood and also his difficult relationship with Michael Collins, writes Ryle Dwyer.
A judge has said the State agency responsible for wildlife is not doing enough to kill sufficient numbers of deer resulting in motorists facing the danger of the animals landing on their car bonnets.
David Rawle’s new role as killer Brendan O’Donnell couldn’t be further from Moone Boy, writes Esther McCarthy
The darkest part of Éamon de Valera’s political life is chronicled in a new book that whets the appetite for the second volume, writes Ryle Dwyer.
The centenary of the Easter Rising leader Thomas Ashe’s death will be marked with a State commemoration in Dublin’s Glasnevin Cemetery next Friday.
Valerie O’Connor goes to the opening of a new cookery school at the East Clare Community Co-Op in Scariff, where she discovers a vibrant and enterprising community spirit that makes her enthusiastic for similar ventures throughout the country
Martin has done a decent job of reversing the fortunes of Fianna Fail since its devastating defeat in the general election of 2011 but he is not the complete leader even still, writes Daniel McConnell
It’s rarely been known to work. Certainly not in elite Gaelic games.
Thirteen people have been arrested by gardaí and drugs in excess of €32,000 seized as part of Operation Thor in Clare.
Limerick, long a manufacturing hub, is now on the cusp of becoming a powerhouse in the biopharma field. Ivor Downey tells Pádraig Hoare about US giant Regeneron’s swiftly-expanding mission in Raheen
Previously unseen poems, slogans, and autographs of Michael Collins, Arthur Griffith, and Countess Markievicz capture the swarm of republican activity in Clare to kickstart Éamon de Valera’s political career 100 years ago.
A ‘lovesick’ east Clare man ‘dog-napped’ a little terrier called Red as part of a campaign of harassment that made a single mother’s life hell, a court has heard.
Ireland’s biggest ever Euromillions winner, Dolores McNamara is “heading down to the pub” today in her quest for justice over a road traffic accident.
A district court judge told a court yesterday he was “absolutely appalled” that gardaí reached agreement for bail for a man who had committed 18 offences while on bail previously.
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Despite one of the worst summers on record, the sun could be the new cash-cow for farmers in rural parts of the country.
The Mid-West region is set for a jobs boost with US bio-medical company Beckman Coulter lodging expansion plans to accommodate an additional 105 staff at its Co Clare plant.
Gardaí in Clare are investigating a possible sighting of a man missing from Co Monaghan for over 14 years.
A married father of two yesterday broke down in tears at a repossession court as he fought off attempts by Bank of Ireland to repossess his family home.
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