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Clare’s soon-to-be published tourism strategy forced into last minute changes

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Clare’s tourism strategy that has been over 18 months in the making has been forced to make a last-minute update on account of the current global pandemic.

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GREEN CLARE: Swifts habitually nesting in Ennis & East Clare

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The Clare Swift Survey 2020 takes place this summer in an auspicious communal effort to protect the common swift that makes a home for itself in the West of Ireland each summer.

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Overcrowded classes must be addressed before schools return

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19.2% of Clare pupils are in classes in excess of 30 with Cathal Crowe (FF) worried that social distancing cannot be maintained in schools with the current pupil to teacher ratio.

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Digital hubs to be pushed in Clare to aid remote working

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Extra emphasis is to be placed on utilising digital hubs in Co Clare in an attempt to aid more individuals working remotely during COVID-19.

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37 additional COVID-19 cases in Clare

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Co Clare has recorded its largest increase of COVID-19 cases in the space of 24 hours while 77 additional cases and one new COVID-19 death have been recorded in the Republic of Ireland.

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Shannon College of Hotel Management raise money for frontline workers

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*Shannon College of Hotel Management lecturer Celine Ryan COCKTAILS are being shaken and cookies baked right across the world as…

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‘Pray to God that this will end’ advises Bishop of Killaloe

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THE Bishop of Killaloe has advised parishioners to pray to God that the current pandemic will end and has acknowledged it has “undoubtedly shaken the faith of some”.

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Assessing the impact of COVID-19 on children

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A study on the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on the lives of young children is to be carried out.

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‘This cannot gather dust’ -Shannon masterplan due for October completion

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Shannon’s latest masterplan must not become a document that gathers dust on a shelf and represents “the last chance” to plan the future of the town.

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Public toilets at beaches to be staffed by Council

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A plan is to be finalised by Clare County Council before public toilets at beaches across the county can reopen.

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