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Doyle upbeat for Clare U20s against fancied Tipperary

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Clare U20 manager Sean Doyle is upbeat for his side’s chances when they meet Tipperary on Monday despite the loss of key man, Aidan McCarthy.

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Doherty delight in the Irish Junior Cycling Road Championships

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Clare cyclist, Ella Doherty screamed with delight on Sunday morning as she won the Irish Junior Cycling Road Championships.

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The Clare Echo launches new partnership with Meals on Wheels

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The Clare Echo has launched a new partnership with South Clare Meals on Wheels.

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‘Think before you act’ says West Clare GP as county’s incidence rate of COVID-19 among highest in Ireland

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Co Clare has among the highest incidence rate of COVID-19 in the country while a West Clare GP has urged the public to think of the consequences their actions may have over the coming weeks.

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Power’s new book looks at Clare during the War of Independence

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Clarecastle born historian, Dr. Joe Power, has released his latest local historical power piece, ‘Clare and the War of Independence’.

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Murphy hopeful ‘patchy’ Clarecastle road will be on 2021 schedule of work

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A Clarecastle road which is “in poor shape” will be considered for improvements in next year’s road works programme.

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Renewed calls issued to relocate Clarecastle Flood Barrage

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Clare County Council have warned of “significant costs and environmental issues” associated with relocating the Clarecastle coastal flood barrage.

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‘Lack of accountability’ on responsibility for Clareabbey

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Junior Minister Patrick O’Donovan (FG) is to visit Clareabbey while a meeting of the Taskforce committee for the area is to be convened in the coming months.

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Murphy seeks speed limit reduction in Manusmore

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A reduction in speed limit and the introduction of VMS signs have been requested for an area on the outskirts of Clarecastle village.

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McDermott’s Banner Roar helped Clare find its voice

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1995 saw the people of Ireland narrowly vote to allow divorce following a referendum, a ban on the sale of Playboy in the country was lifted, the Prince of Wales visited Dublin for the first time but most significantly the Banner Roar founds its voice.

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