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‘Too much alarmism’ on climate change says Euro-sceptic Leahy

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*Michael Leahy. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Launched last year, the Irish Freedom Party are contesting their first General Election with Kilrush’s…

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GE2020 THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Timmy Dooley in Hermitage

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Of all the Clare candidates, Timmy Dooley (FF) tops the poll when it comes to facial recognition on the canvass.

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Ex Ennis Chamber President Leahy seeks Dáil seat

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*Michael Leahy Providing the private sector with incentives to develop rural areas has been declared as the key election issue…

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‘Brexit can work to Moneypoint’s advantage’ – PJ Kelly

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Clare’s longest serving councillor has declared all members of the County Council both elected representatives and staff were “asleep at…

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Brexit highlights need for Moneypoint plan – Rita McInerney

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Both ESB and Fine Gael have been criticised by Rita McInerney for failing to capitalise on Moneypoint’s potential.

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Farmers ‘demoralised by blame game’

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Schemes “supporting sustainable agricultural production” need to be embraced to help a “demoralised” farming sector, one elected member of Clare…

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Bunratty needs ‘more marketing’ – Tourism Minister

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As Shannon Heritage plans to bring more sites under its control, Tourism Minister Shane Ross has stated its marquee attraction,…

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‘Brexit to bring further job losses to the Mid-West’ – Robbins

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500 pending job losses in Shannon with next year’s closure of Molex may be just the beginning according to Joe…

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No hard border between Cratloe & Sixmilebridge ahead of county final

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Brexit’s deadline of October 31st is inching ever closer but at the minute in Clare the main border of concern…

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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…

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