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Clare pupils get out in the fresh air, just like the good old days

County Clare Schools are celebrating Clean Air Week with Green-Schools Travel Officer Róisín Ní Gháirbhith. Hundreds of schools around Ireland are taking part in Clean Air Week which concludes tomorrow, Friday, November 22 2019. Clean Air Week is the latest campaign from the Green-Schools Travel programme, which promotes active and sustainable travel on the journey to school. Events across…

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€95k spent on taxis for Clare hospital services

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Almost €95,000 was spent on taxis by the HSE transporting Clare patients to different hospitals for treatments such as dialysis.

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Stephen James Smith takes the stage at glór

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glór is proud to present one of the most exciting and vibrant artists of our time Acclaimed Writer, Poet and Performer Stephen James Smith with guest artist Thunderclap Murphy in a unique performance of spoken word and music. Stephen has performed his poetry at high profile events and festivals around the world and in 2012…

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Two Clare defenders join Brian Coffey’s minor management

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*Sixmilebridge’s Dylan Downes will be eligible for the minor grade in 2020. Photograph: Martin Connolly Two Clare corner backs are part of Brian Coffey’s county minor hurling management for 2020.

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‘Clare camogie players need to focus on themselves not county hurlers’

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Clare’s senior camogie players need to be more focused on their own game instead of viewing the sponsorship offers and gear given to their male counterparts, the Vice Chairman of the County Board has said.

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Councillors contacted over “critical comments” on Airport

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*Cllr Gerry Flynn. Photograph: Eamon Ward An elected representative in Clare received correspondence from the Chairperson of Shannon Group outlining their disappointment with ongoing critical comments regarding Shannon Airport.

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‘Shannon Airport so quiet at times you could play a hurling match there’

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*Photograph: Arthur Ellis Shannon Airport’s economic importance to the Mid-West region was stressed on Friday last as a special meeting focused on jobs within Clare was held.

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Mix of commercial & cultural use ‘the way to go for Ennis Market’

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*Ennis Market. Photograph: Martin Connolly Putting the Ennis Market building into private ownership will help bring a new lease of life to the area, Cllr Johnny Flynn maintained.

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‘If you pull in you mightn’t be able to pull out’ – Cooney critical of Broadford passing bays

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*Fermoyle Mor, Broadford.  An East Clare road “in poor condition” will not be considered for resurfacing or the introducing of additional passing bays in the next two years.

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Moneypoint taskforce has not held a single meeting

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Four months on from the request of its foundation, a taskforce designed to support staff at Moneypoint has not held a single meeting.

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‘Wakey wakey’ Sweeney has done a book on Clare FM’s foundation

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*Ger Sweeney.  As the first voice to ever be heard on Clare FM, it is fitting that Ger Sweeney is the one to pen a book thirty years on from the radio’s foundation about those early days.

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