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Friday 24 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

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# Doolin
Government to appoint independent mediator to resolve Doolin Coast Guard unit issues
Six long-serving volunteers confirmed last week they were leaving the Doolin unit with immediate effect.
# Clare
Woman missing off Cliffs of Moher in first call-out since Doolin Coast Guard resignations
The Shannon-based search-and-rescue helicopter was tasked to search at the Cliffs of Moher area instead.
# Clare
Irish Coast Guard management meet Doolin volunteers following surprise resignations
Six long-serving volunteers resigned unexpectedly yesterday.
# Clare
Doolin Coast Guard unit stood down after shock resignations
Six volunteers in Doolin resigned yesterday.
# unidentified
Gardaí renew appeal for help to identify four bodies found on the west coast
The discoveries were made in Clare and Sligo and cover a period of time from 2009 to 2018.
# ennistymon
Gardaí locate body in search for missing Clare man
Michael Healy was last seen in the Doolin area on Tuesday, 28 April.
# Co Clare
Kayaker spends almost two hours trapped in deep gorge after getting into difficulty
Five other kayakers managed to escape the incident.
# Doolin
Gardaí investigate after Coast Guard helicopter 'hit by a green laser multiple times'
Such lasers can cause glare and flash blindness. In this case, the helicopter was able to continue to the Aran Island.
# Clare
Student dies after falling from Cliffs of Moher while taking a photo
The victim is believed to be an Indian national who had been studying at university in Dublin.
# Doolin
'Caitríona made the ultimate sacrifice': Report into death of Coast Guard volunteer raises safety concerns
Caitríona Lucas died when the boat she was in capsized while out searching for a missing man in 2016.
# story of my pub
'Musicians were looked down upon around here': How Gus O'Connor's became a legendary trad pub
The Doolin landmark has been hosting sessions for decades. So how did it start?
# Fanore
Skeletal remains wash up on seashore in Clare
Walkers found the remains on rocks this afternoon.
# North Clare
Search for man who didn't return to tour bus in Clare
The search is due to resume tomorrow morning.
# humans of dublin
This Clare man's story of surviving a fall from the Cliffs of Moher is incredible
“I do consider myself a very lucky guy.”
# humans of dublin
This Clare man's story of surviving a fall from the Cliffs of Moher is incredible
“I do consider myself a very lucky guy.”
# Clare
Search continues for missing man at Cliffs of Moher
Today was the fourth day of the search for the missing man.
# Cliffs of Moher
Body recovered from sea off Clare coast
The man was seen going into the water from the cliffs on Monday evening.
# repairs
€16.8m to fix storm damage in Co Clare
The council had earlier submitted a report to Government saying it needed €36.8m for repairs after recent bad weather.
# Stormwatch
Waves damage Coast Guard station - while volunteers out helping others
There are over 20 volunteers working at the Doolin station, which was damaged by the floods overnight.
# Search and Rescue
Navy divers retrieve body from the water in Clare
The search for a missing fisherman who was washed into the sea resumed this morning.
# Co Clare
Swimmers in Clare are being warned "don't swim with this dolphin!"
It follows several incidents in which people were rammed and injured. One woman was medivaced home to Germany after an encounter with the mammal.
# breathtaking
Photo: Cliffs of Moher, meet the Milky Way
Damien Stenson captured this incredible image on the Clare coast.
# Search
Search continues for two men off Clare coast
The search and rescue operation resumed at first light this morning.
# Rescue
Man rescued by Coast Guard off Clare Coast
The alarm was raised about the missing man at around 5.30pm yesterday evening.
# Drop in
The Surf Report: get ready for another dirty weekend
Ireland’s surfers haven’t seen a clean wave in weeks – and that sorry pattern looks set to continue.