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Edna O’Brien honoured for continuing to move mountains politically & lyrically in writing

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Tuamgraney’s Edna O’Brien has been honoured with a coveted award which is regarded as the precursor to the Nobel Prize in Literature.

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FAI owe CSSL €22k

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Clare Schoolboys/Schoolgirls Soccer League is owed €22,171 from the Football Association of Ireland (FAI).

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Lahinch the setting for new RTÉ/BBC six part noir thriller

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A six part domestic noir thriller is to be filmed in Lahinch in early 2020.

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‘The drive is back’ – David Reidy returns to Clare panel

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*David Reidy. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s senior hurlers have received a big boost as they begin preparations for the 2020 campaign with the return of 2016 National League medallist David Reidy to the county panel.

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‘I hate to see it go down to nothing’ – family upset at state of Corrovorrin Cemetery

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Ennis residents with family members buried at Corrovorrin Graveyard have spoken out at their sadness with the condition of the cemetery.

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Newmarket-on-Fergus post ‘a lucrative position’ for prospective GPs

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*A section of the crowd that attended Monday’s community forum in Newmarket-on-Fergus. Photograph: Joe Buckley Confidence has been expressed by Clare’s Junior Minister that a new GP will be in place in Newmarket-on-Fergus very soon despite locals raising their concerns at the drawn out process of securing a replacement doctor.

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‘Increase planting of native trees on Council property’ – McMahon

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Consideration will be given to a request to the increase amount of native trees planted on Council owned land across Co Clare.

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‘We kept our integrity’ – Donie proud of St Breckans effort

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*Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Defeat in Sunday’s Munster Intermediate club final brought the curtain down on St Breckans’ year, manager Donie Garrihy was pleased to see his charges fighting till the end as they had pledged to do.

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Clarecastle turns on Christmas tree for first time since 1960s!

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WHETHER you’re a lifelong resident, new to the community, an occasional visitor, or just passing through, you’re bound to notice the buzz around Clarecastle.  As we all gear up for the holidays but also near the end of a very eventful year, why not visit the land of the magpies from 4.45pm on Saturday, December…

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‘A huge loss to our town’ – Shannon grieves for Mike McKee

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Hundreds attended Monday’s funeral of long-serving political representative, Mike McKee.

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