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Ballyea farmer once discovered 17th century coins on own land

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Drumquin farmer, Johnny O’Brien made an interesting discovery on his lands in 1982.

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Bathing restrictions lifted at Clare beaches

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Swimming bans have been lifted from five Clare beaches.

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Strong Clare connections to Treaty Utd

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Five Clare women will be involved with Treaty Utd as the club begins its first season involved in the Women’s National League.

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‘Hazardous’ trees to be removed from Killaloe estate

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Two trees which are blocking sight lines are to be removed from a Killaloe housing estate.

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Government ‘washing its hands’ of responsibility & piling pressure on schools to complete reopening

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With schools set to reopen later this month, a Clare TD has cautioned that the timeframe to equip schools to conform to COVID-19 regulations is unrealistic and thus puts the upcoming academic term at risk.

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Delivery of extra parking sites for Ennistymon a priority

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Potential sites for adding extra parking spaces to Ennistymon are currently being assessed.

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7 new COVID-19 cases in Clare

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Seven new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Co Clare.

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Fit Kildysart impress as Clare IFC kicks off

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Kildysart’s superior fitness proved decisive as they eeked out a one point win over Corofin in what was a most entertaining intermediate football championship first round game at Cusack Park on Friday evening.

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Historic Newmarket-on-Fergus path has not been walked on for 20 years – McMahon

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Pedestrians have not walked on a historic Newmarket-on-Fergus footpath for two decades due to its deteriorating condition, a local representative has claimed.

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Five Clare areas to benefit from COVID-19 supports

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Five Clare areas have received combined funding to the value of almost €115k under a Government scheme to help towns and villages adapt to COVID-19.

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