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2 For Joy, an enjoyable shopping trip

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“I Have Nothing to wear!” – where have you heard that before? The spontaneous pleasure and anticipation of a special social event can often be dampened by anxiety when deciding what to wear. Of course not everyone experiences this dilemma but many people do. Before you make haste in search of that special outfit, make…

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Charlie McEnery celebrates 10 years in business

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Charlie McEnery is known in one circle as a rally co-driver however locally, it’s his ability to navigate his way to success in business that has made him a household name. There’s no doubt about it, Charlie has been at the wheel in driving on Charlie McEnery Motor Services Ltd over the last decade. Earlier…

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30 years motoring at Dermot Clearys

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MORE than 30 years in business, Dermot Cleary Motors has made a name for itself as a reliable business whether that be in repairs, roadside assistance or indeed car sales. Having focussed primarily on breakdown assistance for much of the last decade, Dermot Cleary Motors is now speeding back into the minds of the consumer…

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Find your fairytale dress at Lace Boutique

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CELEBRATING five years in business this week, the Lace Boutique at High Street in Ennis is the perfect starting point for local brides to be on their journey towards the Big Day. Jordanna O’ Loughlin established the business at the raw age of 24 and spoke to The Clare Echo this week about Lace Boutique’s…

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‘Food First’ the motto for Clare hurling nutritionist

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Grainne Travers leads a life every young hurling enthusiast can look up to.

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Davy Fitz returning to Wexford

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*Davy Fitzgerald in conversation with Seoirse Bulfin. Photo: Martin Connolly Sixmilebridge’s Davy Fitzgerald has agreed to continue as Wexford senior hurling manager for a further two years.

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Limited tickets left for magical food & drink tour around Clare

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This year marks the birth of the Clare Food and Drink Fleadh, taking place between September 26th and 29th. The brand new festival comes at a time when Clare has truly proved its worth as the leading county for traditional Irish music festivals, writes Cian O’Broin. Margaret O’ Brien of the Ennis Chamber conceived the…

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Ennis to be HQ of Clare & Tipperary Garda Division

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Ennis has been confirmed as the new headquarters for the soon to be formed Garda Division comprising of Clare and Tipperary.

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Penalty shoot-out to determine quarter-final winners if necessary

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*Penalties could determine if Conor McGrath & Cratloe get past Clonlara this weekend. Photograph: Mark Hayes Teams competing in the quarter-finals of the Clare SHC and IHC this weekend may be dumped out of the respective competitions on penalties.

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AGSI warn of reduction in Garda management for Clare

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A new policing model to be rolled out across the country is both “concerning and unconvincing”, the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) have said.

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