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Local societies are the lifeblood of genealogy. The missionary (and occasionally messianic) zeal with which they transcribe, organise, publish, and ed(...)

It is thought that John Geoghegan, Abbeyville, Ennis, may have suffered a heart attack or other medical episode which resulted in him losing control of his car.

An man in his 70s died yesterday and his sister was injured when their car hit a ditch and rolled over on a remote country road in Clare. It is though(...)

Mary Gray at Ennis market: Proposed design is “totally unsuitable for any market trading, drastically reduces the currently available car parking and is unsuitable for any other cultural or community activities”

Plans for a new market area in Ennis have been rejected as “too extravagant and unsuitable” by Ennis Farmers’ Market, which would be the main user of(...)

Gardaí are investigating a suspected petrol bomb attack on Ennis courthouse early today. File photograph: Google Street View

Gardaí are investigating a suspected petrol bomb attack on Ennis courthouse early today.The alarm was activated on the courthouse at about 3.45am. The(...)

Brian O’Connell has told the Merriman Summer School that our social conditioning particularly around male emotions makes it difficult at times not to feel like damaged goods; that you are somehow abnormal if you don’t listen to that God-awful phrase — ‘man-up’. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

The challenge for the generation of male teenagers today is not to ‘man up’, but to ‘open up’.That is the view of broadcaster and author, Brian O’Conn(...)

Ten-year-old twins Colm and Noel Flynn from St Finnachta’s national school, Sixmilebridge. Photograph: Inpho/James Crombie

Full disclosure from the start. This report comes to you from a Clarewoman. A Clarewoman who was present in Ennis on the night in 1995 when Anthony Da(...)

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