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#IrishLonelyBouquet day flowers spotted across Co Clare today

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Our Monday blues were totally banished when we heard about the sweetest idea ever being carried out by flower shops today. #IrishLonelyBouquet is an initiative by local flower shops to encourage shoppers to support their local florists. They flowers are free to keep for whoever finds them. Bouquets have already been spotted in Doolin and…

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UHL enforces visitor restrictions following winter vomiting bug outbreak

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STRICT visiting restrictions have been put in place at University Hospital Limerick following an outbreak of the norovirus (winter vomiting bug). As of 12 noon on Monday, November 27th, there were three confirmed positive cases of norovirus at UHL with a number of other patients symptomatic. A spokesperson for UHL said that as norovirus can…

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Everything’s coming up Kilrush

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Pictured collecting the award is Padraic McElwee, Head of Local Enterprise Office Clare; Cllr Pat Burke, Leas-Cathaoirleach Clare Co Co; Cllr Ian Lynch; Charlie Glynn; Marie Meehan, Head of BOI Clare; and Noel Crowe, Manager BOI Kilrush.

IT’S been a great month for Kilrush as they were recently crowned Munster Regional Winner in the 2017 Bank of Ireland Enterprising Towns Awards. Independent Councillor Ian Lynch and Kilrush Chamber of Commerce member Charlie Glynn put together a proposal and had a gruelling three hour adjudication the from Bank of Ireland Enterprise Town judging…

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Gardaí advising online shoppers to stay safe this Cyber Monday

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“Tis far from Cyber Monday we were reared,” is the cry of many an Irish Mammy and Daddy today as there are bargains galore to be had online. The post Black Friday shopping craze used to be just an American thing, but it has made its way across the water in recent years. With this…

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Clare County Council will not delay closure of Latoon Bridge

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TD Joe Carey and Mayor of Ennis Paul Murphy at Latoon Bridge

Clare County Council has confirmed that it will not delay the closure of Latoon Bridge, following a request from protesters to hold off until after the Christmas period. The local authority said they cannot delay the works due to contractual reasons and conditions of funding for the project which stipulate that works commence and funding…

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EASI option for Clare artists looking for space to create

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Clare County Council are offering an unbelievable opportunity for local artists to hone their skills. The Clare County Council Arts Office is seeking applications from arts organisations and artists of all disciplines for the use of individual and shared studio spaces at its Ennis Artist Studios Initiative (EASI) facility in Tracklands, Tobartoscáin, Ennis. EASI has…

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It looks like €5.8m jackpot may have been won in Clare

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LOTTO chiefs will today reveal the exact location of where last night’s €5.8m jackpot winning ticket was sold. One lucky winner scooped €5.8m and last night lotto bosses revealed the winning ticket was sold in the Clare/Limerick area and the retailer will be contacted in the coming hours before the sale location is announced.  …

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€65,000 boost for Clare Family Resource Centres

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COMMUNITY projects across Co Clare have received a major boost today as four Family Resource Centres are to receive capital grants totalling just over €65,000.   Clare Independent TD Dr Michael Harty announced that Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Katherine Zappone has granted the funds following a recent visit to the Banner.   Dr.…

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Public meeting on future of ShannonDoc in Kilrush tonight

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THE Support the Reinstatement of ShannonDoc Committee will hold a public meeting tonight in Kilrush. The objective of the meeting is to look at how the scaling back of the ShannonDoc services have impacted the local community. The committee will consider if the issues that were highlighted last year have been addressed, as well as…

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