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‘Noticeable increase’ of illegal dumping in Clare during COVID-19 restrictions

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Instances of illegal dumping have soared across Co Clare over the past two months.

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Council to get free use of glór for meetings during pandemic

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Clare County Council will not be charged for the use of glór to host the June meeting of the local…

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‘Limit Air BnB short-term rentals in rent pressure zones’

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A clampdown on Air BnB properties in rent pressure zones across the county is needed, a North Clare representative has maintained.

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Killaloe Diocese facing hefty bill after ABP rejects ‘grazing horses’ argument over idle zoned lands

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A Catholic diocese is facing a hefty tax bill after losing an appeal against a Council decision to place a church owned site in Ennis on the vacant site register.

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New community group welcomes Council’s mobility plan

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ENNIS’S newest community group has welcomed Clare County Council’s mobility plan, which sees temporary Covid-19 traffic restrictions put in place.

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Irish Water to be pressed to prioritise Miltown Malbay works

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Criticism with the “layers of bureaucracy” in Irish Water have been voiced by North-West Clare councillors, while it has been confirmed that the proposed replacement of the old watermain from Miltown Malbay to Mullagh will commence during the first quarter of 2021.

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‘Impossible to pay rent & move into retirement’ – Killeen

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Clare councillors have requested more ambitious housing targets from the Department of Housing.

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Aldi hopeful & excited that plans for Shannon store will get green light

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Aldi has lodged plans to open a store in Shannon as part of a €160m investment which also includes another Limerick outlet.

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‘All children should be able to communicate’ – Clare councillors call for teaching of sign language in schools

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Sign language could become compulsory in schools across the country if a motion passed by Clare County Council gains traction within the Department of Education.

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Ennis Town Centre pedestrianised from Wednesday – here’s the details you need

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From Wednesday, Ennis Town Centre will be pedestrianised with traffic to be re-routed throughout the town.

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