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‘One of a kind’ tributes paid to the late Kieran Harvey

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*Kieran Harvey. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Personnel involved with Ladies Football and Community Games in Clare and further afield have been plunged into mourning following the death of Kieran Harvey after a short illness.

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Ennis named as Ireland’s tidiest large urban centre

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Ennis was one of the big winners in the 2019 Tidy Towns Awards which took place on Monday.

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Dangerous junction by club grounds an ongoing issue for Fern Celtic

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New signings and away teams are oblivious to the dangerous junctions on approach to the grounds of Fern Celtic.

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Rev O’Brien appointed by Bishop of Limerick & Killaloe to Ennis role

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Twelve months on from the retirement of Canon Bob Hanna, Reverend Kevin O’Brien has been appointed as the new Church of Ireland rector of the Drumcliffe Group of Parishes.

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Politicians’ social media activity ‘a substitute for real policy substance’

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Although he is Clare’s longest serving councillor, PJ Kelly is a self-professed “reluctant candidate” for the local elections on May 24th.

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Second container for Tanzania parish

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THE people of Clare are a very sound bunch. Way back in June, The Clare Echo did a special report on a small group of people in Ballynacally who were hoping to send a container of aid to Africa. The West Clare community were putting together a 40ft container full to the brim of donations…

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Community Games success for Ballynacally/Lissycasey

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Ballynacally/Lissycasey have been crowned U10 Community Games Munster Champions. They defeated Newport of Tipperary by the smallest of margins, winning out 3-05 3-04 in the decider. Their success is all the more impressive given that they trailed by seven points earlier in the game. In the semi-final, the Clare representatives overcame the challenge of Kerry…

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Clare community sending 40ft container to Tanzania

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A West Clare community is putting together a 40ft container full to the brim of donations to assist a parish in Tanzania. Fr. David Mlemeta works in the parish of Chikopelo which is 500km from the Tanzanian capital city of Dodoma. A visit to Lough Derg in Donegal seven years ago was followed by a…

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