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Clare exceeds housing targets by end of 2018

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By PÁRAIC MCMAHON BY THE end of 2018, Clare County Council will exceed all its housing targets according to CEO, Pat Dowling. Cllr Pat Hayes called for a timeline of details regarding planning permission and the different stages involved in providing housing as a means to inform the people of the county that “Clare County…

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Council on lookout for properties

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By STUART HOLLY CLARE County Council is inviting ‘Expressions of Interest’ from landowners, developers, building contractors, property owners for properties and land in areas of housing demand across County Clare. Submissions are being sought in relation to lands (serviced and unserviced), sites with or without planning permission, partially completed developments and/or turn key developments in…

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Outpatient dept for Ennis site

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A NEW medical services centre is to be constructed on the Kilrush Rd with the granting of planning permission this week. Ennis General Hospital’s outpatients department is expected to be moved as part of the development “which will consist of change of use of part of the existing Westpoint Building on site from Retail Warehouse…

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Shannon adds Ibiza to flight schedule

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Shannon Airport, a Shannon Group company, has welcomed the announcement by Ryanair that it is to deliver a twice weekly Ibiza service for next year’s summer season as another major boost in a very positive year for the airport. Ryanair will operate the new route, a first Ibiza service for Shannon, from early April to end of October, strengthening…

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‘Darkly humorous and tragic’ – incredible Francie Brady comes to Ennis

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Glór Theatre, Ennis, Co. Clare 4th October 2018 THE incredible Francie Brady is on his way to glór in Pat McCabe’s highly-acclaimed stage show Frank Pig Says Hello, writes Stuart Holly. Originally written in tandem with the famed Butcher Boy novel (adapted to the screen by Neil Jordan) 25 years ago, this darkly comedic and bitterly…

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Clare men’s show goes worldwide

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A TELEVISION format created by two Clare men is being developed internationally. James Sexton and David Fitzgerald came up with the idea for Ireland’s Fittest Family. The sixth season of the family show will broadcast later this year. The duo were inspired by Superstars which ran on RTÉ during the 1980s. Kite Entertainment, the production…

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Taoiseach wants to honour cave rescue hero Jim Warny

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Photo by Arthur Ellis Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s office are looking at a way to honour Clare hero Jim Warny. The Clare Echo were the first to report on the Ennis-based Belgian native’s involvement in the rescuing of twelve members of a young Thailand football team and their twenty five year old coach in July of…

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Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival best on record

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More than 80,000 people have attended this year’s Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival – making it one of the best on record, according to organisers. Marcus White, Managing Director of White Tours and Hotels said: “I am overwhelmed how successful the festival has been this year. We have had a 20% increase in visitors, both from Ireland…

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