Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (January 4th 2018) clues of Irish Times Crosaire crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 28 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

A Cork town with back roads and ditches
A foreign member of staff isn't finished with department that isn't working
A shed building out of the sun
As keen as mustard for Moore to be taken out of road movie
Brave treatment starts to impress management, word for word
Car going around with endless sounds
Collected money crossing a railway yard with old volunteers
Describes 22 across in a planter rambling
Distinguished scientist designed satnav
Double cross alien in Wicklow town
Drink with a barman from Spain - the type that's easily moved
Drink with retiring sailor - a little furry fellow who's a good swimmer
Generally broken by relative in the army
Haven't a moment in Rush
Large scale concealment of vine pickings
Little bit of blow for a walk in the park
Log in leaving invigilator the unimportant facts
Monet staggers holding his heart - is that an indication of something that was promptly expected?
New gardenia has its own way of removing excess water
Opposition to atheists in Order
Roosevelt dismisses loser in the general election
Some of the controversy is ancient history
Take care of one of the gang from the relative's job
The old issue of REBMUN?
There's no life in the festival holding the drinks that have yet to be drunk
They give away the story of Grease in free press
They look after the applications and arrangements for Talking Heads
Well-protected banks in the garden