Liscannor

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Darragh Conboy and John Connolly of Hazel Mountain Chocolate

The Burren’s Wild Honey Inn this week became the first pub in Ireland to win a Michelin star. With an appetite for sourcing fresh produce from indigen(...)

 Pauline Sugrue in her kitchen-cookery classrom: “We were keen not to interfere with the house too much – what’s the point in having a modernised old house?” Photograph: Trevor McBride

Imagine learning to cook in an Edwardian bank building where the kitchen is the original banking hall and the old safe cleverly doubles as the cool sp(...)

Cliffs of Moher: Diamrem argues there could be no question of the public interest favouring retention by a planning authority of an unauthorised development so close to an ecologically sensitive site.

Clare County Council’s annual €7 million revenue from its car park at the Cliffs of Moher, one of the country’s most popular visitor attractions, is u(...)

Cottage exterior, Co Kikenny. Photograph from theirishaesthete.com

Many of us have dreamed of happening on a beautiful bothan of a traditional cottage, buying it for a song and escaping the rat race to renovate it and(...)

For a small nation, we've plenty to boast about

CONNACHT Galway Galway has always been a hub for visitors, notably including Christopher Columbus, who pitched up in 1477 and is thought to have atte(...)

Cocaine seized by Revenue in Liscannor, Co Clare. Photograph: Revenue

A torpedo-type device containing cocaine valued at up to €5 million lay on a remote Co Clare beach for a number of months, a local man has said. Cus(...)

Liscannor in Co Clare is the perfect base for visiting the dramatic Cliffs of Moher
Eight car free Irish breaks
  • Travel
  • October 1, 2016, 00:00

When it feels like you spend half your day driving to work and the other half driving home, the prospect of hitting the road for a weekend break can (...)

Catríona Lucas: June 18th, 1975-September 12th, 2016. Her family remember above all her warmth, her laughter, and her generosity as a devoted mother, wife, sister, daughter, neighbour and friend

Caitríona Rós Lucas (41) was an active and highly qualified member of one of the busiest Irish Coast Guard units in the country at Doolin, Co Clare. E(...)

Crowds queueing to pay their respects at the removal of Caitríona Lucas at Liscannor, Co Clare, on Wednesday. Photograph: Eamon Ward

Members of rescue organisations from across the country were among the thousands to turn out in Co Clare on Wednesday night to mourn the death of Dool(...)

Coast guard volunteer Caitriona Lucas, from Liscannor, who died in hospital after her boat capsized off the coast of Co Clare. Coast guard volunteer Catríona Lucas, from Liscannor, who died in hospital after her boat capsized off the coast of Co Clare.

Two investigations are underway into the death of an Irish Coast Guard volunteer off the coast of Co Clare during a search operation. Caitriona Lucas(...)

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