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 Kate Gleeson and Kevin Duffy at their home in Crossmolina, Co Mayo. Photograph: Keith Heneghan

The past year, as for many people, has been filled with change and challenges for the couple; Covid-19 and redundancy led to couple's move to famil(...)

Darren Fenton and Ciarán Gorman, who won the overall National Enterprise Award for the international craft beer canning group Bevcraft

A craft beer mobile canning business started by two school friends in Mullingar has won the top prize at this year’s National Enterprise Awards. Cia(...)

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If the Level 5 restrictions had not already placed a severe dampener on Halloween the first storm of this winter is on the way prompting orange weathe(...)

Scattery Island is home to an ancient monastic site founded by St Senan, who is said to have banished a dragon-like creature called Cathach

“There are people . . . who find islands somehow irresistible. The mere knowledge that they are on an island, a little world surrounded by the sea, fi(...)

Kepak Clare was acquired in 2016 and employs 21 people, which is almost half of the 47 workforce when Kepak took it over from John Kelly Meats in 2017.

The temporary closure of a Co Clare meat factory this Friday is “ yet another blow to the farming community”, farmers’ organisation Beef Plan has said(...)

Wexford’s Kevin Foley is challenged byClare’s John Conlon during the Allianz Hurling League Division 1B game at  Chadwicks Wexford Park. Photograph:  Tom O’Hanlon/Inpho

Wexford 0-15 Clare 0-18 Away from all the Sicilian stuff, this Allianz Hurling League tilt turned into an absorbing contest with Wexford simply runn(...)

The true scene-stealer of the reserve IS Dromore Lake

My offering comes this week from what is probably the most inaccessible eating establishment in Ireland. Since the place is unreachable by car, I have(...)

The swimming ban has been lifted on Lahinch beach by Clare county council.

The swimming ban has been lifted on Lahinch beach by Clare county council. The restrictions were put in place earlier this week due to an increase in(...)

Tipperary’s Brendan Maher and John O’Dwyer celebrate the comprehensive victory over Clare at Cusack Park  which seemed to derail the Banner’s campaign. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

SUNDAY Clare v Cork, Cusack Park, 2.0 A year must seem like a long time for Clare. In last year’s championship they had two provincial scraps with (...)

Waterford’s Jack Prendergast with William O’Donoghue of Limerick during the clash at Walsh Park. Limerick finished third in Munster last year but went on to win the All-Ireland for the first time in 45 years. Photograph: Oisín Keniry/Inpho

This year has been no stranger to the GAA’s problem of short-termism, the process that inevitably accompanies attempted reform. The opportunity to t(...)

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