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Clare students lead the call for predictive grades to be made optional for 2021 Leaving Cert

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Clare students are leading the call for predictive grades to be made optional for the Leaving Certificate class of 2021.

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Tale of Ann & Mary Sherlock among most heart-breaking from Mother & Baby Homes Commission

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The story of an Ennistymon mother and the death of her daughter has been described as one of the most heartbreaking stories to emerge from the Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation.

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Close contacts dropping & Clare records 52 new COVID-19 cases

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52 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Co Clare among the 3,498 nationally while a further 50 people have died.

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Doonbeg locals stay behind West Clare hotelier following Capitol Hill riots & Twitter ban

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Recent events in Capitol Hill will not dilute the reception for soon-to-be-former US President Donald Trump for his next visit to Doonbeg.

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Shannon Lions Club distribute 25 hampers & 50 vouchers following Christmas Food Appeal

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Shannon Lions Club have distributed the goods raised from their Christmas Food Appeal.

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‘We need to do more than call them heroes’ – Clare elected reps call for frontline workers to receive financial reward

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Clare councillors are leading the call for frontline workers during the current pandemic to receive “tangible recognition”.

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Marty recounts getting temporary amnesia while shooting for RTÉ

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Popular Clare broadcaster, Marty Morrissey has spoken about his fear of swimming and an incident which left him with temporary amnesia.

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‘A long way to go in bringing disease under control’ – 124 new COVID-19 cases in Clare

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Clare has recorded 124 new cases of COVID-19 on a day when 28 additional deaths from the virus have been announced.

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Bishop Monahan issues apology to survivors of Mother & Baby Homes

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An apology has been issued from the Bishop of Killaloe, Fintan Monahan following the Commission of the Mother and Baby Homes report.

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Derelict stone building under consideration as future changing room for Ballyalla swimmers

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Consideration is to be given to the development of a swimming shelter at Ballyalla Lake.

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