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All Bus Eireann services in Clare today have been halted as drivers are on strike.
Aer Lingus could be set to restore year-round transatlantic services from Shannon Airport.
Public bus users across Clare are bracing themselves for widespread disruption from Sunday as the likelihood of all out Bus Eireann strike looms large.
At least three people have been killed after a container ship ploughed into a control tower in northern Italy.
Businesses in Shannon are giving a warm welcome to the re-establishment of flights to Glasgow.
Clare gardai are warning all road users to expect the unexpected over the Bank Holiday with plenty of activity on and around most routes.
Staff at Clare's international airport have also been preparing for a busy weekend, with 25,000 people set to use Shannon this weekend.
The Transport Minister has been urged to intervene in a row between Bus Eireann and it's staff, to avert a strike which could seriously hit Clare students.
A 15 year old girl has been killed in a road collision in County Galway.
The scale of the task facing management at the newly independent Shannon Airport has been outlined in Dublin Airport Authority's annual report.