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Co Museum to undergo development as Cllrs suggest it also be used as digital hub

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Refurbishment plans for the County Museum in Ennis have been given the seal of approval by elected representatives in the area.

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50 staff to be let go from Lufthansa Technik Turbine Shannon

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A Shannon based aviation company is to reduce its workforce by over 20 percent.

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Clare TDs urge Aer Lingus to delay reduction of Shannon Airport services

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Aer Lingus have been urged not to make any “premature decisions” surrounding its future at Shannon Airport.

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Smyth to miss rest of Feakle’s campaign

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Feakle’s championship aspirations have been dealt a blow with confirmation that one of their key men has been ruled out for the year.

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‘He chose peace over war & dialogue over terrorism’ – John Hume remembered in Co Clare

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One of Ireland’s most important political figures, John Hume has been lauded this week following his death on Monday at…

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50 new COVID-19 cases in Ireland but none in Clare

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No additional COVID-19 cases have been reported in Co Clare, the Department of Health have confirmed.

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Bridge Utd bow out of Munster Youths Cup

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Bridge Utd have been defeated in their efforts to qualify for a Munster Youths Cup Final.

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Lack of pedestrian access from Shannon Traveller site ‘a sad indictment’ of Council

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Shannon councillors have appealed for safe pedestrian access to be put in place from a traveller housing estate to the town centre.

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Sixmilebridge ‘choked with traffic’

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High volumes of traffic have prompted county councillors to seek improvements to the road surfaces in Sixmilebridge.

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Pubs to remain shut as Cabinet decides against increasing crowds for sporting fixtures

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Pubs will not reopen next Monday while increased crowds at sporting fixtures will not be allowed for at least three weeks, the Government announced on Tuesday.

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