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Pressure mounting as Clare SHC reaches second round

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*David Reidy. Photograph: Martin Connolly Championship aspirations will become more defined as the second round takes place in the Clare club hurling scene over the weekend.

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Ennis Duo Drop Debut Single ‘Thrill’.

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Ennis duo Niall Mac Carthy and Senan Crotty have released their new debut single entitled ‘Thrill’. St. Flannan’s College set the stage where the pair could explore their musical interests inside the classroom and out. “We have plenty of fond memories blasting out some tunes from Senan’s garage although maybe not so fond for the…

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Clarecastle playwright John O’ Donovan to feature ‘top secret’ new work this September

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  Clarecastle native and playwright John O’ Donovan’s work effuses both sagacity and wit. Despite leaving for London over ten years ago, Irish sentiments are deeply embroiled in John’s characters. Speaking with the Clare Echo, Johns talks about his authorial pilgrimage from humble beginnings to the illustrious but not always glamourous life of an Irish…

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World class tourism experience can be brought to Lough Derg

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Lough Derg has the potential to become “a world class tourism product” if the right strategy is put in place.

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Telecommunication groups ‘making the most of the media like cigarette companies did’

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Telecommunication companies were equated as the 2019 version of groups behind the sale of cigarettes at Monday’s meeting of Clare County Council.

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Tributes paid to the gentle, honest & dignified Peter Considine

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*Peter Considine pictured with Mary Coote Ryan at the final meeting of the Ennis Town Council in May 2014. Photograph: Paschal Brooks  Peter Considine was remembered as a gentle, fair, honest, sage dignified man as well as a adoring husband, father and grandfather who played a central role in the development of a hotel in…

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Will Wars: You can be part of the solution

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We have all heard of turf wars but it’s worth acknowledging that Will wars also take place, writes Sharon Cahir of Cahir & Co Solicitors. I have over the last six months shared the Wisdom of Wills throughout Clare with the Clare Older People’s Council. Everyone I spoke with had heard of an acrimonious story in…

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Fine Gael not taking legal action following election controversy

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*Garret McPhillips. Photograph: Martin Connolly Garret McPhillips has stopped his Fine Gael party from taking legal action following the outcome of a recheck in a dramatic Shannon Municipal District election count on Sunday.

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7 sitting candidates face 3 challengers in Shannon MD

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Though seven sitting councillors are competing against three challengers for the seven seats on offer, the Shannon MD will be a lot tighter than what is suggested on paper.

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Floyd will fight till the bitter end in election bid

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*Joe Floyd It’s never been about voting for the party when it comes to politics for Joe Floyd, rather he opted to go for the candidate he felt had the most integrity, he’s calling on the voters of the Killaloe Municipal District to do likewise.

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