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Applegreen slash fuel prices until tomorrow evening

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Applegreen, Ennis

WE ARE all feeling the January pinch, as both our waistbands and our wallets are feeling more than just a little bit tight after the Christmas splurges. The fine people over at Applegreen have your back though, as they have slashed their fuel prices in order to ease the pressure on your pockets. The promotion…

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Ain’t no party like a Marty party

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Marty Morrissey and his partner Ksenia Pic: RTE

Beloved Clare legend Marty Morrissey dazzled the judges with his moves in the first episode of the new series of Dancing with the Stars last night. Marty, who was favourite to win before the competition even started, was last to step out on stage with his professional dance partner Ksenia. He wowed the crowd and…

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Aoibhín’s Top 5: Healthy Bites in Clare

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Randaddy's Lahinch

THE New Year is all about fresh starts and working off the inevitable extra few pounds after the (deserved) Christmas blowout. It can be difficult to stay on track while there are selection boxes and biscuits lurking in the cupboard and at this stage the cravings have started in a major way. But there are…

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Throwback Thursday: Martial Law declared in Co Clare

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Martial Law declared in Co Clare Pic: Adams

WITH the centenary anniversary of the War of Independence just around the corner, it’s hardly surprising that on this day in 1921, martial law came into effect in Co Clare. According to various historical sources, Ennis was a hotbed for black and tan activity and British soldiers were a common sight on the streets. Ninety-seven…

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s my Christmas tree!

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Garry O'Growney, Kilfenora competing in the Irish Christmas Tree Throwing Championships at Tim Smyth park, Ennis. Photograph by Eamon Ward

EVER fancied yourself as a world record breaker? Now is your chance as Active Ennis are inviting members of the public to break the Guinness World Record for throwing Christmas trees. Bring your Christmas tree to Tim Smyth Park on Sunday, January 7 from 1pm to 3.00pm for the annual Irish International Christmas Tree Throwing…

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Incredible footage of ferry crossing during storm Eleanor

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OUR stomachs were churning when we saw this video of photographer Anthony Kearney’s crossing on the Tarbert to Killimer car ferry during Storm Eleanor this morning. Anthony played down the terrifying sea conditions, but if we were in his boots, we would have been clinging on for a dear life. “The Shannon is a little…

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Ennis cleans up at IBAL awards

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Ennis

2018 is off to a flying start for Clare’s capital as Ennis has just been named Ireland’s cleanest town. Ennis was up against Roscommon and Kildare for the Irish Businesses Against Litter accolade. A special €40,000 public sculpture is to be commissioned for Ennis to mark the achievement. Mayor Paul Murphy said the award is…

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Meet Kossie, Dogs for the Disabled’s newest recruit

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Kossie. Pic: Dogs for the Disabled

THERE are few greater honours in this world than having a dog named after you, let alone a stability dog. Kilkee adventurer and charity campaigner Dermot Cosgrove was given this very privilege when Dogs for the Disabled called one of their newest recruits “Kossie”. “It’s kind of cool thinking that this pup is going to…

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Car involved in two collisions caught driving on M18

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WE DIDN’T know whether to laugh or cry when we saw this tweet from An Garda Síochána. The Ennis Traffic Corps stopped a car on the M18 motorway earlier. The car is so badly damaged it’s virtually impossible to tell the make and model of the car. Even one of the rear tyres is missing,…

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Storm Eleanor brings orange wind warning to Clare

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CLARE County Council is urging the public to steer clear of coastal areas today as storm Eleanor makes her way to the Banner County. Met Éireann have issued a status orange wind warning, with southwest to west winds of mean speeds 65 to 80 km/h, gusting to 110 to 130 km/h, expected. Storm Eleanor is…

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