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Aoibhín’s Top Five (plus one bonus) Podcasts to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week

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Aoibhín’s Top Five (plus one bonus) Podcasts to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week

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‘Waterford performance won’t get us in the gate vs Kerry’ – Collins

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*Colm Collins. Photograph: Martin Connolly Beating Waterford on Saturday was a case of job done for Colm Collins and the Clare senior footballers but it won’t come close when it comes to Kerry according to the Banner boss.

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Waterford win ‘felt more like a defeat’ for Cleary

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*Eoin Cleary. Photograph: Martin Connolly Although successful in their first championship outing of the year, Eoin Cleary felt Clare’s one point win over Waterford in the Munster SFC was “more like a defeat”.

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Back To The Future For Fleadh Nua

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It’s back to the future this year for Fleadh Nua as the festival honours legends of the tradition while showcasing some of the best up and coming young musical talent.

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Two new openings at Skycourt

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The countdown is on, grab your popcorn and take your seats as SkyCourt Shannon Town prepare to welcome Omniplex Shannon! Work is under way for the opening of a state of the art 5 screen Omniplex cinema.

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Top 10 Songs to Come Out of County Clare!

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How well do you know these songs from County Clare? We’ve all heard the ‘Banner Roar’ or taken off on a drink fuelled rendition of ‘My lovely Rose of Clare’ in the early hours of the morning, at some point in our lives. We’re from Clare after all. It’s in our blood. But do you…

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Atlantic Aviation Group opens applications for its 2019 Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Apprenticeship

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Shannon based Atlantic Aviation Group (AAG) have announced that they are accepting online applications for their 2019 Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Apprenticeship programme. The 4-year paid apprenticeship includes practical on-the-job training at the company hangar as well as off-site theory-based learning in Shannon and at Dublin Institute of Technology.

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Top Five Clare Artists

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Mick O’Dea Hailing from Ennis, Mick O’Dea is one of Ireland’s most celebrated, award winning artists. President of the RHA, Mick’s work has been not only enjoyed for it’s unique style but studied nationally and internationally. Mick’s recent historical themes include the Black and Tans and the Irish War of Independence having also been commissioned…

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Shannon Springs Hotel scoops Irish ‘Airport Hotel of the Year’

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Shannon Springs Hotel in Shannon has been voted number 1 “Airport Hotel of the Year” in Ireland at the Irish Hotel Awards 2019. Owners/Directors Dermot Kelly & John Gavin said their goal when setting up the Shannon Springs Hotel was to provide a friendly, courteous and customer-oriented hotel, displaying high levels of quality and service…

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Cycle in memory of Sixmilebridge’s Ella

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A FIVE-DAY cycle from Mizen to Malin will take place to raise funds for Blackrock Hospice in memory and celebration of Ella McMahon (nee Costelloe) who sadly passed away in November last year after a long and courageous battle with cancer.

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