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€1.5 Million expansion of Clonroad further education campus to bring enhanced course offering and facilities to learners in Clare

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Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board, the state education and training authority for Limerick and Clare, has just announced a major expansion of its campus at Clonroad Business Park in Ennis. The authority’s Further Education and Training Division has responsibility for the Further Education and Training Centre, Clonroad Campus, which has been operational for…

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Darach Honan: Clare management need to be brave with selection

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*David McInerney & Aaron Gillane stretch for the sliotar. Photograph: Martin Connolly Darach Honan dissects where it went wrong for Clare in Sunday’s eighteen point defeat to neighbours Limerick.

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OPINION: Disgusting disrespect shown to Clare players & management

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*John Conlon and Mike Casey in battle. Photograph: Martin Connolly Stuart Holly, Editor of The Clare Echo says Clare’s hurling followers baying for blood should get a grip.

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Will Wars: You can be part of the solution

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We have all heard of turf wars but it’s worth acknowledging that Will wars also take place, writes Sharon Cahir of Cahir & Co Solicitors. I have over the last six months shared the Wisdom of Wills throughout Clare with the Clare Older People’s Council. Everyone I spoke with had heard of an acrimonious story in…

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Martin Daly: Clare must clean up dirty ball v Kerry

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*Paul Geaney gets away from Cillian Brennan in Fitzgerald Stadium. Photograph: Martin Connolly If recent history is all we have to go on, there are two contrasting memories for the Clare footballers who line out at Cusack Park on Saturday evening around the same time Liverpool and Spurs face off in the Champions League final…

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Darach Honan: Improvement essential from Clare backs to contain Tipp attack

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*Clare’s defence deal with a Tipperary attack in the 2018 Munster SHC. Photograph: Gary Collins Both Clare and Tipperary are unbeaten so far in this year’s Munster SHC, for one that will change on Sunday according to The Clare Echo columnist Darach Honan.

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Mary Howard ‘burst into tears’ on learning she topped polls

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COUNCILLOR Mary Howard referred to politics as a “blood sport” as she reflected on being the first ever female to top the polls in Ennis on route to her election on Sunday morning. Celebrations weren’t muted despite Mary knowing well in advance that her seat was safe: “I did [know] but the reality is that…

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‘Overwhelmed’ Talty first in Clare to be elected

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POSTMASTER Shane Talty says he is “overwhelmed” after delivering the first big story of the 2019 local elections in Clare by landing a knockout on the first count in Ennistymon LEA. Talty, a first time runner, was the only candidate elected on the first count in Ennistymon with 1,977 votes and was raised above the…

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O’Dea & Clare ready to throw caution to the wind

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*Niamh O’Dea. Photograph: Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile Clare’s Intermediate ladies football side begin their provincial championship bid on Saturday, as ever Niamh O’Dea will be a pivotal member of their lineup.

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Aoibhín’s Top Five (plus one bonus) Podcasts to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week

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Aoibhín’s Top Five (plus one bonus) Podcasts to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week

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