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Kilkishen speeding ‘getting worse’

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Speeding problems in Kilkishen “are getting worse”, elected representatives have warned with some “near-misses” in the village recently.

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Tulla dereliction is ‘daunting & disgraceful’

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*A vacant property in Tulla. Photograph: Páraic McMahon Derelict houses and empty properties in the heart of Tulla are contributing to “a daunting feeling” for locals and passers by.

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Clare’s roadside hedges are getting stronger – O’Callaghan

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*Cllr Alan O’Callaghan. Photograph: Eamon Ward Roadside hedges are getting stronger in 2019, Cllr Alan O’Callaghan has claimed.

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Property tax increases in Clare by maximum amount

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Clare’s local property tax is to increase by fifteen percent following a vote by elected members on Monday evening.

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Brexit offering FDI and tourism potential for Co Clare

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Brexit poses some challenge for Co Clare but also provides opportunities for foreign direct investment (FDI) and tourism, a recent meeting has heard.

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Minister Ross to visit Clare by September- Harty

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Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross has agreed to visit Co Clare next month according to Independent TD, Dr. Michael Harty.

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Trump Visit & Irish Open brought back what The Gardaí are about

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An Garda Síochána have been praised for their engagement with the public and handling of big events in West Clare in the past two months.

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Murphy gets most Board appointments of all Clare councillors

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*Cllr Paul Murphy. Photograph: Eamon Ward Clarecastle councillor, Paul Murphy will sit on the most boards and committees of all twenty eight elected members of Clare County Council for the next five years.

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‘Tulla more divided than parts of Northern Ireland’

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Tulla is more divided than parts of Northern Ireland according to one native of the East Clare town.

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‘Politics in Clare has not seen the last of Beckha Doyle’

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This Wednesday saw the Killaloe Municipal District hold their first meeting since the local elections, Beckha Doyle was frustrated and disappointed there wasn’t a new face among them but she’s adamant her time in politics will come.

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