Tributes have been paid to a retired priest who lost his life when his car plunged into the water from a pier last night.
An elderly man has been airlifted to hospital after he was injured in a fall while taking part in a fishing competition in Co Clare this afternoon.
Gardaí are investigating the discovery of skeletal remains washed up on the sea shore in Co Clare this afternoon.
I had the good fortune to cycle the Wild Atlantic Way in September last year having retired in 2015.
Catch up on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com this morning.
A man has been airlifted to hospital after he was seriously injured in a farm accident in Co Clare this evening.
The good weather has prompted lifeguard cover to be extended at Co Clare beaches, in a local authority move likely to be repeated elsewhere in the country as temperatures continue to rise.
The recent good weather has prompted lifeguard cover to be extended at beaches in Clare both today and tomorrow.
Three popular beaches have been forced to lower their coveted Blue Flag.
A search will resume on tomorrow morning for a man reported missing in north Clare this afternoon.
A post mortem will be carried out later today on the body of a woman who drowned in County Clare yesterday.
A woman was killed in a single-vehicle road traffic incident and another woman died after she was swept out to sea in Co Clare.
Two men have died in separate tragedies in Co Clare in the past 24 hours.
A suicide prevention charity, which provides free counselling services to vulnerable young people, has been forced to cut its allocation of counselling hours in half due to a lack of funds.
A judge has jailed “a cowboy of the worst kind” for four months after the Co Clare man was “involved in sabotaging Irish agriculture”.
From the Burren to the Cliffs of Moher, Tony Clayton-Lea is stone mad for the charms of Co Clare.
I WISH I could send ye a postcard.
Beaches and marinas across the country are bathing in the warm waters of European approval — 86 of them have been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag status.
Setting near Black Head and Ballyvaughan makes this Wild Atlantic Way thatch special, says Tommy Barker.
Manchán Magan signed up for a mountain skills course and explored the Burren with his new appreciation of map reading.
County Clare’s Burren is more than a bunch of rocks, Pól Ó Conghaile discovers. Caves, country houses and chocolate factories are just the start of its surprises.
Dubbed the “Claureen crater”, a pothole on the fringes of Ennis, Co Clare, was a silver lining for one firm, generating revenues of €12,000 in emergency tyre repairs in a matter of days.
A number of the country’s best known beaches are expected to lose their Blue Flag status as a result of the devastation caused by recent storms.
The body of a man, who fell into the sea while fishing in Co Clare at the weekend, has been recovered by naval divers.
The search for a fisherman missing off the North Clare Coast will resume this morning.
Searches for a fisherman missing off the north Clare coast have been called off for the evening.
A search operation is expected to resume this morning for a fisherman, who it is believed, was washed into the sea in county Clare yesterday evening.
A search will restart tomorrow for a fisherman who was washed into the sea in Co Clare this evening.
The benefits of water and surfing for children with autism are manifold.
The Aidan O’Brien-trained Indian Maharaja confirmed the promise of his impressive debut success at Gowran Park when justifying 30/100 favouritism in the listed Coolmore Canford Cliffs 2-Y-0 Stakes in Tipperary last night.
An expert has warned that a dolphin, “tormented” by some swimmers, may kill someone or the mammal may have to be removed or destroyed.
A Fás worker accused of murdering a woman in Clare two years ago broke down as he explained to a Central Criminal Court jury why he stabbed himself in the stomach when the woman’s body was discovered.
IRELAND, especially the south and west coasts, is now regarded among the best places in the world for watching whales, dolphins, sharks and many other large sea creatures.
A man who was seriously injured during a cycle race on Saturday is facing a 12-week recovery period after he had a surgical plate fitted in his skull.
A cyclist has been injured in a cycling event in Co Clare.
ONCE upon a time Ireland had a fine healthy population of working scarecrows.
Silver Strand, Sherkin Island, Co Cork
THE members of Clare County Council last night stopped short of restoring the ‘iconic’ Ballyvaughan tourist sign in spite of impassioned pleas from councillors.
THE National Roads Authority has said its offer to re-instate an iconic tourism landmark it stripped down in the Burren in controversial circumstances was turned down by Clare county council.
The number of Irish beaches securing coveted Blue Flag status has hit an all-time high.
THE father of tragic teenager Phoebe Prince who took her life after being bullied in a US school said he wants to see a change to the Irish Constitution to protect other children and parents.
A MARRIED father-of- two said “I’m very sorry for what happened” when charged with the murder of Deirdre McCarthy, a court heard yesterday.
Friends and family of Deirdre McCarthy will gather today for her funeral in Co Clare.
GARDAÍ have confirmed they are treating the investigation into the death of a Co Clare woman with the same seriousness as a murder probe even though they cannot yet confirm what kind of investigation they are pursuing.
Gardaí are today investigating the discovery of a body on a beach in Co Clare.
A LOCAL authority has been directed to reduce its residentially-zoned land banks.
Thousands of households around the country are without water today as crews battle to repair leaks, restore supplies and replenish reservoir levels.
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