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King of Cappa won’t let cerebral palsy slow him down in charity cycle

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A Kilrush man who lives with cerebral palsy will this Saturday complete a charity cycle in aid of a vital West Clare service.

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Reeling in the years 1970

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Clare 1970: The seventies are cherished dearly in the hearts of the older generation. It was a time for change accentuated by individual freedom of expression. Humanitarian and civil rights came to the forefront and Ireland’s political and social landscape took off into the stratosphere, leaving behind traditional, outdated practices such as matchmaking. A collective…

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Irish Open at Lahinch is going to be great – Harrington

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2020 European Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington is the latest big name to confirm he will partake in July’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at Lahinch Golf Club. It will be Harrington’s first return to Lahinch since winning the Irish Amateur Close Championship in 1995 before turning pro the following year. The three-time major winner…

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Woodstock offering wedding packages from €47 a head

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Sean and Elaine Lally joined Hotel Woodstock in November 2016 as Co-owners with Choice Hotels Ireland. Sean is well known in the region having managed Hotels for 18 years in Limerick namely the Limerick Strand Hotel, The Clarion Hotel and the Clarion Hotel Suites and the Royal George Hotel.
Elaine is a Clare woman from Bunratty and their Son Oisin is also pursuing a career in Hotel Management at Shannon School of Hotel Management.

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AnnaCarriga management go to ground with couples left in the lurch

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One week on from closing its doors, AnnaCarriga Estate have failed to respond to multiple queries from couples who had booked the Killaloe resort for upcoming nuptials.

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My dreams ‘rapidly sliding away’, says Coláiste student

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*Pictured: Louise Cusack lets her feelings be known at the climate action strike in Ennis last week A THOUSAND Clare secondary school students made their voices heard last Friday as they took to the streets of Ennis and Ennistymon in a demonstration aimed to tackle climate change. Chants of “What do we want, climate action”…

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Matthew Thomas departing role as Shannon Group CEO

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Matthew Thomas is to step down as CEO of Shannon Group plc to take up the same position at the Ports of Jersey.

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‘A light in the life of everyone who knew her’ – Laura Brennan dies

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Laura Brennan has died at the age of 26.

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Carrigaholt Beach will be wheelchair accessible this summer

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Wheelchair users will be able to access the beach in Carrigaholt this summer. Ramped wheelchair access is to be reinstalled at the South West Clare beach. “Sea and storm damage to this area over the last number of years” has been attributed as the reason why the location was off limits for individuals reliant on…

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