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Potential purchaser found for Shannon pharma company

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A potential purchaser has been identified for a Shannon based pharmaceutical company that was placed in provisional liquidation by The High Court.

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Unmaintained hedges putting driver’s safety at risk

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Motorists are ‘taking their lives into their hands’ by having to travel in the middle of certain roads due to unmaintained hedges in Co Clare.

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Eoin Neylon: Anti 5G campaigners making false claims

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One thing that sets some politicians apart is being ahead of the curve. The public representative that’s seen to be proactive on an issue is the one that gets the limelight, the media coverage and, they hope, the votes that usually come with such attention.

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Ennis deemed a safe place for online couples to meet up

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Ennis is a safe location for potential couples who come across each other online to meet up, one local representative has said.

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Ardnacrusha’s Oakley appointed Sunday Business Post editor

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Ardnacrusha’s Richie Oakley has been appointed editor and chief content officer of The Sunday Business Post.

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Liscannor gig for Don Stiffe

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Folk singer-songwriter, Don Stiffe plays in Liscannor this Sunday performing a gig at the Cliffs of Moher Hotel.

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€6.8m in LEADER funding for Co Clare

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€6,853,796 from the current round of LEADER funding has been allocated to projects in Co Clare.

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Clare, Limerick & Tipperary being failed by UHL

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Further frustration has been voiced with the current health offering for Ireland’s population in the Mid-West.

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Irish Open buzz to benefit Lahinch businesses for years to come

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*Lahinch. Photograph: Martin Connolly For a new business, having your location broadcast across the world months after re-opening plus welcoming 100,000 visitors to the area is the stuff of dreams, for Brid and John O’Meara of Lahinch Coast Hotel it was the reality.

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UHL attempting to free up space as overcrowding continues

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UL Hospitals Group have issued a renewed call for prospective patients to avoid their emergency department as the Dooradoyle facility continues to struggle with overcrowding.

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