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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 2040 Plan must prioritise green spaces

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Any person who spends much of their time in Ennis, like me will be aware there are no green spaces in the town centre. It lets our wonderful streets down, unequivocally.

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PostASelfie steps up for most vulnerable

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A West Clare company has been praised for its generosity during COVID-19 restrictions.

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Specsavers proud of reliable service to community

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Specsavers Ennis, experts in eye and hearing care, has been offering unparalleled service throughout the pandemic and are proud to be a reliable and constant service to the people in their community.

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Smaointe play their cards right with Irish-language greetings

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VALERIE Mhic Giolla Fhinnéin sits at her kitchen table crafting her trade, as we discuss her greeting card business Smaointe.

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TileTrader.ie ‘takes the hassle out of housing’

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A CLARE businessman has developed a new tile business to help contractors cut costs and save time on their building projects.

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New COVID-19 testing centre to open in Ballymaley on Monday

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A new COVID-19 testing centre in Clare is to open on Monday.

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Chocolate dreams live on in East Clare

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TWENTY THREE years into their confectionery journey, Wilde Irish Chocolate could have been forgiven for believing their dreams were melting away with the arrival of Covid-19.

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Ciara shows Brass to make online leap

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WHEN the year 2020 began, Brass Boutique owner Ciara Lynch had no plans in place to start trading online for the year ahead.

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‘Most adaptable species will survive’ – Clare businesses show great resolve by going online

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This week The Clare Echo is proud to launch a new campaign called Click For Clare which, with the support of Local Enterprise Clare, has been devised to support members of the local business community who are trading online.

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Advantages of shopping locally online

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THE Clare Echo has teamed up with Local Enterprise Office Clare to promote local online shopping in County Clare.

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