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17 May 2018 13:45 Lahinch will host the Irish Open for the first time next year

The European Tour has today announced that the event will take place at the County Clare course from 4-7 July 2019. For the first time in its 91-year history, the European Tour event will be hosted by the County Clare course next year from 4-7 July. The decision was announced this afternoon following consultations with the tournament’s host, Ryder Cup-winning 1

17 May 2018 00:53 Rampaging feral goats tormenting motorists are a protected native species

At least two members of the herd of feral goats which has been rampaging through Ennis, Co Clare, in recent weeks have been identified as Old Irish goats — an ancient breed protected under the Convention of Biological Diversity. A herd of more than 20 goats has been tormenting residents and motorists in Ennis for the past month, and, according to Fine Gael councillor 1

14 May 2018 18:33 Body of British soldier exhumed from bog in Clare

Private George Duff Chalmers, who was 18 when he died, will be reburied in Dublin. THE BODY OF a British soldier executed and buried in Co Clare almost 100 years ago has been exhumed and will be reburied in Dublin. 18-year-old Private George Duff Chalmers was a member of the 2nd Battalion of the British Army’s Royal Scots based in Clare during the War of Independence 2

12 May 2018 14:02 Car stopped in Clare leads to €250k cannabis seizure

A “large quantity” of the drug was found after a follow up search in Limerick. GARDAÍ FROM THE Clare divisional drug unit stopped a car yesterday which led to the seizure of around €250,000 worth of cannabis. The car was stopped at Latoon South outside Ennis yesterday evening, and a quantity of cannabis herb was found inside. The driver – a man in his 40s – was arrested

04 May 2018 04:27 Gardaí searching for father who has fled with son

Already this year, gardaí have issued an adult caution to the man after he wrote graffiti and erected signs around his ex-partner’s house in Co Clare and glued the lock on her home in a bid to intimidate the woman. Following their separation, the mother resides in Clare with their son and the father resides on the European mainland. At the family law court 4

01 May 2018 11:01 There are going to be 87 more gardaí on Ireland's roads

87 NEW ROAD members of the Garda Roads Policing unit have been appointed throughout the country. The appointments come as part of the force’s Modernisation and Renewal Programme 2016-2021. The programme has seen the Traffic Corps unit renamed Roads Policing and today 80 gardaí and seven sergeants were appoint to units across the country. A further 63 gardaí 11

01 May 2018 00:07 Waterford camp confident Austin Gleeson will win fitness fight

Selector Eoin Murphy suggested last night that the former hurler of the year will be recovered from back and ankle issues in time for the county’s Munster Championship opener, against Clare at Cusack Park, on May 27. Team-mate Pauric Mahony is another who is concentrating on returning to full health at the moment. The Ballygunner man is carrying a finger 10

23 April 2018 23:05 Teenagers' personal details illegally accessed by hackers at Carlow school

A full garda investigation is now underway. DOZENS OF STUDENTS at a Carlow secondary school have had their personal details compromised after the school’s IT system was targeted by hackers. St Leo’s School released a statement to parents informing them that their children’s details, including their PPS numbers, may have been taken. The all-girls school 9

15 April 2018 05:00 'A scandal': Almost 8,000 children waiting over a year for eye treatments

A trial in Sligo could offer a solution to long eye treatment waiting lists for children. THERE ARE ALMOST 8,000 children in Ireland waiting for over 12 months for ophthalmology treatments, which deal with disorders and diseases related to the eye. “How is it acceptable, in this day and age?” said the Fianna Fáil’s primary care spokesperson John Brassil 10

12 April 2018 01:20 Tyrone input has sharpened Galway attack, says Damien Comer

Tally, part of Mickey Harte’s backroom team when Tyrone achieved All-Ireland glory in 2003, was enlisted by Galway manager Kevin Walsh during the off-season and, while many pundits have attributed Galway’s mean defensive record this spring to Tally — no county in Division 1 conceded less than the Tribesmen — it is actually in attack, says Comer, where 12