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‘Stark situation’ in hospitals with 54 new COVID-19 cases in Clare

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54 new cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed in Co Clare among the 2,944 nationally.

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Absence of cycling lane on approach road to Shannon Airport flagged

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Absence of infrastructure to facilitate cyclists within the vicinity of Shannon Airport has been brought into focus.

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Clarity sought surrounding maintenance responsibility at Pairc na Coille retirement village

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Confusion surrounds the responsibility for maintenance at an Ennis retirement village.

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Lack of sight lines on approach to Illaunamanagh Graveyard & Crematorium highlighted

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A safer design at the entrance of one of Shannon’s biggest graveyards and crematoriums has been sought.

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‘An ambush’ – councillors dispute use of Mayor and Cathaoirleach titles

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Clare councillors were drawn into a dispute when it came to the appropriate title of the county’s first citizen which the incumbent labelled “an ambush”.

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Clare men may have got the better of An Post with annual challenge

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Two Clare natives have been running an unofficial Christmas challenge for five years against An Post and are hoping that this will finally be the year that they get the better of the national postal service.

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‘Improvement not happening quick enough’ says Holohan – Clare records 47 new cases

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Clare has recorded 47 new cases of COVID-19 while there have been 3,231 nationally and a further 60 deaths.

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Two arrests made following release of firearm in Shannon

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Two men have been arrested following an incident in Shannon earlier this week.

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Cratloe’s Caragh elected President of Limerick’s Network Ireland branch

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Cratloe’s Caragh O’Shea has been elected President of the Limerick branch of Network Ireland.

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‘Regression of special needs students has been ignored’

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Parents of special needs students in Clare have said their children have retreated and regressed due to the disruptions to their school routines with one teenager refusing to leave his room for an eleven week period except to go to the bathroom and fill his water bottle.

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