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Stuart Holly
Stuart Holly is the editor and co-founder of The Clare Echo. A native of Ennis, Stuart studied at St Flannan's College before obtaining a journalism degree in Dublin. After interning at The Evening Herald, he landed his first job with The Irish Daily Mail, Stuart worked in newspaper production with the Independent Group and in Auckland, New Zealand before a lengthy spell as a pun-spewing sub-editor at the Irish Daily Star. In 2015, Stuart returned to The Banner County where he took up employment as a news reporter with The Clare People.

Ennis Golf Club offers special rates to attract young members

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Ennis Golf Club

Pictured: an aerial view of Ennis Golf Course ENNIS Golf Club is offering special introductory rates in a bid to…

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‘Poetry in motion’: the story of Jason Titley’s Grand National win 25 years on

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1995 Grand National winner

*Main image of Jason Titley in Quin this week. Photo by John Mangan April 8, 1995, Aintree. Some 150,000 roared…

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AUDIO: People ‘shopping local’ online during Covid-19

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SMALL retailers can now potentially bring in six-figure sums via their websites due to a shift in shopping trends as a direct result of Covid-19. That’s according to a local e-commerce platform provider.

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‘Uber’ can save pubs and combat rural isolation, says Quin publican

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Malachy's Bar Eamon Duggan

*Publican Eamon Duggan. Photograph: John Mangan COUNTY Clare publican Eamon Duggan believes the Government don’t appreciate the importance of the…

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Clare uniquely positioned to ‘come out of this fighting’ says Allen Flynn

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*Allen Flynn. Photograph: Eamon Ward The Clare Echo joins Flynn Hotels owner Allen Flynn from his establishment’s historic lobby, where…

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Pedestrianisation ‘will have to be’ introduced in Ennis

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*An empty O’Connell St in Ennis. Photograph: John Mangan PEDESTRIANISATION will “have to be introduced” in Ennis town centre for…

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‘No divots, no pitchmarks, nothing’ – Woodstock golf course in pristine condition ahead of reopening

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Woodstock Golf Club manager Anne Marie Russell

WOODSTOCK Golf Club has never looked better as it prepares to welcome members back to its immaculate fairways.

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Armada Hotel adopts ‘entirely new business’ model in face of Covid-19

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John Burke Armada Hotel

ADAPTING to life after Covid-19 will be like launching a new business, according to Clare hotelier John Burke.

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Clare hotelier ‘optimistic’ weddings can happen as early as July

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Armada Hotel ballroom weddings

MORE than 600 wedding ceremonies were celebrated last year across County Clare. However as we arrive into the early summer…

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A look at Clare’s hospitality industry: why our first-hit sector needs safeguarding

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THE hospitality industry in Clare creates 12,000 jobs and generates €266 million for the economy every year. Within just a…

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