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Thursday 28 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Clare

This year
Conservationists welcome hatching of five new white-tailed eagle chicks in Clare
A male eagle who lived alone for four years has fledged chicks with a new partner.
'He demands high standards' - The Clare coach with an inside track on Monaghan
Mark Doran helped Ballybay to Monaghan senior championship glory last year.
Teenager who died in jet ski accident on Lough Derg named locally
The young man’s body was recovered from Lough Derg yesterday evening following an incident involving a jet ski.
Gardaí concerned for welfare of man missing from Clare for over a week
John McNally (56) was last seen on Friday 19 May in Shannon.
O'Gorman: 'Disturbing' that anti-immigration protesters are 'wrapping themselves in the tricolour'
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has described some recent protests outside asylum seeker accommodation as wrong.
Investigation into alleged assault of man (70s) at protest against asylum seeker accommodation
It’s understood the man was involved in an altercation with a small group of demonstrators.
Minister tells locals 'no additional' asylum seekers will be housed at Clare hotel in next four weeks
Joe O’Brien met with a delegation of locals who have been protesting outside Magowna House in Inch, Co Clare this evening.
Ministers met with Garda management this evening to discuss how protests have been policed and migrants can be protected.
One Green Party TD says there has been a 'growing' tolerating of violence and intimidation by gardaí, and that management must explain its policing strategy.
Three new accommodation centres for asylum seekers are set to open in Dublin, as the Government scrambles to house international protection applicants sleeping rough.
Clare locals protesting housing of asylum seekers 'disappointed' at government response
'Horror' after Clare protesters board bus to conduct 'headcount of asylum seekers'
Clare locals protesting housing of asylum seekers 'disappointed' at government response
The group say they will continue to protest “peacefully”.
'Horror' after Clare protesters board bus to conduct 'headcount of asylum seekers'
Protests have taken place at Magowna House hotel in Inch, Co Clare, after over 30 assylum seekers were moved into holiday homes there this week.
O'Gorman says Clare hotel 'has to be used' to house asylum seekers due to lack of accommodation
Tánaiste Micheál Martin told reporters this afternoon that the asylum seekers are “not a threat to society”.
Varadkar says Clare blockade is ‘wrong’ but that community concerns should not be dismissed
Varadkar also noted that there is a need to ‘acknowledge’ that some of those attending recent protests ‘hold racist views and we have to stand up to that’.
Taoiseach says 'no need' for protests at refugee housing, after blockade by Clare locals
The dispute centres around Magowna House in Inch, where around 34 asylum seekers arrived yesterday evening.
Elderly woman dies following house fire in west Clare
The house was extensively damaged in the blaze.
Defective Concrete Block scheme regulations should be ready 'in the next couple of weeks'
Minister Michael McGrath says he will engage further on the role banks and insurance companies should play.
David Clifford scores 2-6 as Kerry cruise past Clare to win 84th Munster senior title
12.499 attended the provincial decider at the Limerick venue.
David Clifford scores 2-6 as Kerry cruise past Clare to win 84th Munster senior title
12.499 attended the provincial decider at the Limerick venue.
'It's fantastic to see' - The Ennis super seven as Clare reach Munster final
Tomorrow in the Gaelic Grounds is a milestone for the Éire Óg Ennis club against Kerry.
Environmental group invite Trump to attend High Court case over fencing at Doonbeg resort
A group brought proceedings against sand trap fencing allegedly constructed by the Trump International Golf Links & Hotel in West Clare during 2022.
Limerick's sense of invincibility has been punctured, can Clare capitalise?
The All-Ireland champions saw off Waterford with 14 men, but some slight vulnerabilities were exposed.
Kilkenny open Leinster defence with straightforward win over Westmeath
Clare footballers advance to Munster final after victory against Limerick.
Clare, Limerick and Cork book Munster minor knockout spots as Tipp exit
Tonight’s games saw Limerick defeat Tipperary and Cork overcome Clare.
Waterford crash out of Munster as Clare hit them for 2-26
Keith Smyth and Senan Dunford did the damage for the Banner Under 20s.
Brilliant Sligo defeat Mayo in Connacht semi-final, Down book Ulster final place
The Waterford-Clare Munster U20 hurling clash was postponed tonight.
Clare and Cork sum up the high stakes in the new Gaelic football world
Clare’s one-point win ignites their summer while Cork’s outlook is uncertain.
Podge Collins: 'Happy to be in a Munster semi-final, the honeymoon is postponed now!'
His wedding next Friday and a Munster semi-final awaits Clare’s Podge Collins.
'It's massive' - Clare boss hails Munster win over Cork as biggest of his reign
Cillian Rouine was the match-winner for the Banner in Ennis today.
Dramatic late point hands Clare priceless win over Cork in Munster quarter-final
3,661 watched events unfold in Cusack Park.
Cork captain Brian Hurley named to start against Clare
Maurice Shanley misses out on squad place for the Rebels.
Cork, Waterford and Limerick name sides for Munster U20 hurling ties
Tomorrow night’s game is Cork’s opener in the 2023 championship.
Late drama as Clare and Tipperary all square in Munster U20 hurling opener
Clare senior panellist Patrick Crotty was the home hero.
Clare All-Star has one-match ban upheld ahead of Munster hurling opener
David Fitzgerald has the option now of bringing his case to the Central Appeals Committee.
Mother appears in court charged with attempted murder of her daughter (8) in Co Clare
Judge Larkin last week remanded the accused in custody to appear via video-link to Ennis District Court today.
High-flying Derry seal promotion as Tyrone beat 13-man Monaghan in basement battle
Rory Gallagher’s side were 10-point winners over Clare.
Whelan goal is key as Shefflin's Galway side in command against Clare
Clare were ahead by seven early on but Galway reeled them in.
Young woman in critical condition following single-vehicle crash in Clare
Gardaí, paramedics and two units of Clare County Fire and Rescue Service responded to the incident.
Banner raise six green flags to overwhelm Wexford
Clare forwards show their class on chastening day for home team.
Dublin come from six down to edge past Clare and keep 100% record in Division 2
Cormac Costello scored the 74th-minute winner at Croke Park.
Limerick strike 1-27 in front of home fans to power past Clare in league clash
15,521 were in attendance for tonight’s meeting of Limerick and Clare.
'It went in the blink of an eye but I really enjoyed it' - A Clare dual playing career
Sean Collins retired in December after over a decade across Clare senior setups.
Tyrone bounce back against Donegal as Meath and Derry triumph
It was a busy afternoon in the Allianz football leagues.