March 17th is approaching and the Irish Association in Spain has teamed up with Emerald Connection to offer as much information as possible in relation to events. We will have information from across Spain as plans are being finalised and unveiled. With just under a month to go we have some information gathered that might … More Irish in Spain Preparing to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
The quick answer is NO. However, we may not be privvy to all the conversations that are underway. A week, they say, is a long time in politics. What has become very clear in this past long week is that everyone is prepared to play “hardball”. It appreared last Sunday that Fine Gael had accepted … More A week on. Are we any closer to forming a Government in Ireland?
The ballot boxes are being opened in the 39 count centres across Ireland and the tally men and women are confirming the mood of the voters on the back of a startling exit poll on Saturday evening as the polling stations closed. The exit poll was commissioned by RTÉ, The Irish Times, TG4 and UCD … More Ireland Votes for Change – but what does that mean?
In sunny Malaga last week 24 women artists from Ireland, Spain and Sweden gathered in a city centre hotel to commence work on an EU initiative ,called Centre Stage, that has been over 18 months in the planning. Centre Stage is a European collaborative project for professional women artists in the performing arts and music. … More Centre Stage – Promoting Equal Opportunities
Recently the programme for the Limerick Literary festival, formerly known as The Kate O’Brien Weekend was launched at an event at 1 Perry Square in Limerick City. The programme was launched by composer Bill Whelan. The festival began in 1984 to mark the tenth anniversary of the death of Limerick-born Kate O’Brien. The event continues … More Launch of Programme for Limerick Literary Festival 2020
Uachtarán na hÉireann, Michael D. Higgins has addressed a number of issues in his Christmas and New Year message which was released this morning. President Higgins refers to how Christmas time offers “Light and Hope” as we look ahead to longer brighter days. It also offers us an opportunity to reflect on the story of … More President Higgins Christmas and New Year Message
Niall Considine and the staff of Fujifilm are a constant in O’Connell Square in Ennis for years. However, this year all is new with the arrival of Fujifilm’s latest and very exciting brand which is called “Fujifilm Wonder Photo Shop”. Ger Sweeney spoke to Niall recently to find out more about the new brand, … More Fujifilm Wonder Photo Shop comes to Ennis
When the company started in West Clare in 1989 Clean Ireland was a refuse collection service. Today, the world is a very different place and as it celebrates it’s 30th anniversary the company is one of the country’s great success stories with its focus very much on recycling. Once again this year Clean Ireland is … More Clean Ireland Celebrating 30 Years
It has to be one of Clare’s best loved family businesses and the O’Connor family has been doing what they do for over 50 years. Birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, retirements, thank yous, Christmas, Easter and every other noteworthy celebration is marked with a beautifully prepared cake from O’Connor’s. There is a lot to keeping and growing … More O’Connor’s Bakery
The Limerick and Clare Educational Training Board (LCETB) has been offering various educational services across both counties for over a quarter of a century. Although under different names it has been making a positive difference for as long as it has been in existence. Ger Sweeney recently visited the remodelled LCETB campus on Clonroad in … More Limerick and Clare Educational Training Board