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Tánaiste Conveney insists Vice President Pence is always welcome in Ireland as VP backs peaceful Brexit

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*L-R Rose Hynes, Chairman Shannon Group, Tánaiste Simon Coveney TD, Vice President of the United States of America Mr Mike Pence and Mayor of Clare Cllr Cathal Crowe TD on the Vice Presidents arrival at Shannon Airport today.Pic Arthur Ellis. Upon his arrival to Co Clare and Ireland, US Vice President declared Irish-American relations ‘were…

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New policing model a concern in North & West Clare

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*Gardaí on duty outside The Wild Atlantic Break Café in Doonbeg. Photograph: Martin Connolly An upcoming amalgamation of the Clare and Tipperary Garda Divisions is causing fear in the north western part of the county, Fianna Fáil’s Rita McInerney has claimed.

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East Clare’s quietest summer in 20 years

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This summer has been the quietest in East Clare in over two decades according to hospitality providers in the region.

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Pence to visit Doonbeg during two day stay in Ireland

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*Mike Pence in conversation with Leo Varadkar during his St Patrick’s Day trip to the US.  US Vice President, Mike Pence is due to visit Co Clare next month.

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Boris Johnson ‘most welcome to visit ancestral home’ at Bunratty Castle

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Boris Johnson would be “most welcome” to visit Co Clare if he wished to explore his ancestry roots to Bunratty.

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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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Grounding of Boeing 737 Max has taken €60m from Mid West – Shannon Chamber

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A continued grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft has taken €60 million out of the Mid-West economy according to Shannon Chamber who have lamented the lack of financial support provided to Shannon Airport by the Irish Government.

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Cooney concerned by ‘dead’ small villages and towns in Clare

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*Cllr Joe Cooney. Photograph: Eamon Ward For the last two elections, Joe Cooney secured more first preference votes than any other candidate in the county but he’s insisting “there are no guarantees in life” as the countdown to May 24th continues.

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UN Director General concerned by Shannon’s missing European hub

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*Mr. LI Yong, Director General, UNIDO (centre) pictured during a tour of Shannon Free Zone with (from left): Mr. Shichun Wang, Chief of Cabinet, Office of the Director General; Kevin Thompstone, director, Shannon Chamber; Mr Kai Bethke, director of external relations and Mr. Conan Doyne, external relations expert, UNIDO. Photo: Eamon Ward. Shannon Airport’s struggles…

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Brussels based Kilmihil man devises best response to Brexit queries

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Mention the European Union in 2019 and one of the first items that springs to mind is of course Brexit.

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