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Clare students deprived of ‘right to education’

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Students in Clare are being deprived of their “right to education” as more than three dozen children in the county are without a second level place for September.

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15 candidates fighting for 7 seats in Ennis Municipal District

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Ennis will be electing at least one new councillor following tomorrow’s local elections. 

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‘Organised begging’ ongoing in Ennis

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“Organised begging” is being conducted in Clare’s county town.

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Politicians’ social media activity ‘a substitute for real policy substance’

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Although he is Clare’s longest serving councillor, PJ Kelly is a self-professed “reluctant candidate” for the local elections on May 24th.

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‘More consumer protection for a kettle than your home’

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An NCT like procedure is required when it comes to determining the safety of homes in Ireland, one Ennis councillor has declared.

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Howard requests Government to set up Suicide Prevention Authority

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*Cllr Mary Howard. Photograph: Martin Connolly If it follows the precedent of the Road Safety Authority (RSA),  the establishment of a Suicide Prevention Authority will save countless lives across Ireland.

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Fear raised that Chief Supt Gubbins will soon be based in Galway

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Concern has been expressed that Clare’s newly appointed Chief Superintendent will not be working in the county for long.

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Breen questions traveller’s ‘automatic right to Council houses’

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*Cllr James Breen. Photograph: Martin Connolly “Disgusting” boarded up houses at Watery Rd, Ennis have been described as “a long standing embarrassment” for Clare County Council.

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Climate change protesters demand action to protect their future

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Five Clare students this week addressed elected representatives of the local authority demanding action on climate change.

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Change to Clare Bus contract “a grave act of injustice”

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A decision from the National Transport Authority (NTA) to take the contract for the county’s rural transport co-ordination unit (TCU) from Clare Accessible Transport (CAT) and award it to Limerick Local Link has been met with widespread hostility and labelled “a grave act of injustice”.

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