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Ladies step out in style for Style by the Sea launch

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At the launch were Orla Smithwick BCR Volunteer Galway, Johanna Downes BCR Volunteer Galway, Brid O'Driscoll Milliner and Sabena Moylan.

SOME of the most fabulous ladies in Clare donned the lipstick and glad rags to launch Style by the Sea last weekend. Style by the Sea, hosted by Brid O’Driscoll, is a very special fashion showcase on behalf of Breast Cancer Research Galway at Kinvara Community Centre on Saturday 28 October 2017 . The show…

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Ten per cent of Clare homes still without power following Storm Ophelia

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There are still 1,600 homes without electricity across Co Clare this afternoon, following damage by Storm Ophelia yesterday. ESB crews worked through the night to significantly reduce the number of homes without power from 10,000 at the height of the Hurricane yesterday afternoon. “ESB Networks acknowledges that this is a distressing time for customers without…

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John Burke to share amazing Everest journey at glór this Saturday

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FOR many of us Mount Everest takes on a kind of mythical quality, destined to remain in the realms of our imaginations. But for this bold traveller, mere dreams of the mountain would not suffice and he set himself on a course to climb the world’s highest peak. Everest summiteer, John Burke, will be sharing…

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‘Ennis Creative Quarter’ to host Halloween Parade

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WHEN you step into Parnell Street and its intricate network of bow-ways and lanes on Saturday October 28, be prepared to be afraid…be VERY afraid. The traders of Parnell Street, High Street, Salthouse Lane, Chapel Lane, Merchant’s Square Cabey’s Lane and Wood Quay – collectively known as ‘Ennis Creative Quarter’ have come together to together…

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Newmarket’s annual magazine looks pretty epic

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ONE of Clare’s most famous clubs have given us a sneak peek at their annual magazine and it looks amazing. Newmarket-on-Fergus GAA have released their annual magazine, Tradraí, a previous McNamee award winning publication, and it’s one for the GAA and history enthusiasts. In 2016, James McInerney become only the second Clare man to win…

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Bugler’s fist pump, Ryan’s 61 white flags and Paddy’s walk up the hallowed steps

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Clare Echo contributor Lauren Guilfoyle looks back on the careers of three great Clare stalwarts, Colin Ryan, Brendan Bugler and Patrick Donnellan following the trio’s respective retirements from inter-county hurling in recent weeks.   At 11am every day, outside Buckingham Palace, the old guard stand down and hand over the responsibility of protecting their monarchy. In October…

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Armada Hotel opens its doors to those in need

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The Armada Hotel, Spanish Point

WELL known for going above and beyond for their customers, The Armada Hotel in Spanish Point went one step further last night when it opened its doors to those who may be affected by Hurricane Ophelia. A statement on the hotel’s Facebook page announced that while the hotel may be closed to the general public,…

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