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Aoibhín’s Top 5: Head Clearing Hangouts in Clare

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Lough Derg Way

SITTING in a stuffy office all day can leave you with a severe case of cabin fever, especially when the weather is less than tropical. Sometimes you just have to wrap up, grab the umbrella, get the dog off the couch and head out into the elements. Our fabulous resident columnist Aoibhín Garrihy has put…

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From bean to bar tonight at Suas coffee house

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Stephen Leighton

COFFEE lovers are in for a treat this evening as Ennis coffee house Suas will offer an insight into the coffee growing world. Green Coffee Buyer and Coffee Roaster, Stephen Leighton from Hasbean Coffee, UK is coming to Ennis to launch his debut book, Coffeeography: The Coffee Producers. Alejandro Martinez from Finca Argentina, El Salvador,…

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Shots fired at a house in Clarecastle

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ENNIS Gardai have confirmed that shots were fired at a house in Clarecastle on Friday night. The incident occurred around 10.30pm on Friday, November 3. The occupants of a house in Clarehill, Clarecastle thought they heard fireworks being discharged. A car was seen leaving the estate imediately after the incident. Clare Crime Prevention Officer Sergeant…

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Tuamgraney to build on Clare in Bloom success with new tourism project

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CLARE in Bloom 2017 winner Tuamgraney is looking to build on its success by starting a tourism project in the area. A public consultation evening is to be held on Wednesday November 15 to mark the start of the preparation of a feasibility study into developing a tourism project. In recognition of the potential for…

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Decision to be made on Caitriona Lucas stamp before Christmas

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Caitriona Lucas

THE campaign to get Coastguard volunteer Caitriona Lucas’ artwork on a stamp may come to fruition before Christmas. An Post confirmed today that they hope to make a decision on the submission before the end of the year. A spokesperson for An Post commented that Caitriona’s artwork is among a number of projects currently under…

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Bourke’s celebrate 21st birthday in style

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Patrick Bourke

THERE are some serious bargains to be had at Patrick Bourke’s Menswear in Ennis this weekend as the store celebrates their 21st birthday. Proprietor Patrick Bourke said the SALE-abration Saturday evening from six will be an event not to be and customers will be able to avail of 21 per cent off their favourite brands…

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Strongwoman Guthrie to take on world’s best in epic battle

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Michelle Guthrie

BALLYVAUGHAN native Michelle Guthrie is not your average Josephine Soap, walking around the block in an effort to shift last night’s takeaway. Michelle follows a strict diet and spends three to four hours in the gym nearly every single day, as well as holding down a full time job. Why in God’s name would she…

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Dave Flynn ORCHESTRAtes success for Clare’s young musicians

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THE Clare Memory Orchestra has come a long way following its debut concert in 2012 where a 15 piece chamber orchestra first performed as the showcase event of Ireland National Culture Night. Now called Dave Flynn’s Irish Memory Orchestra, they will delight audiences at Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin this weekend. It is the first and…

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99 per cent of tested Clare rental properties are below living standard

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A SHOCKING Prime Time Investigates documentary aired on Thursday evening revealed that of the Clare rental properties that underwent inspections last year, 99 per cent failed. A total of 676 properties were inspected during 2016, with 670 properties found to be non-compliant with the regulations for standards in private rented accommodation. A spokesperson for Clare…

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