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Budget of €117.6m passed by Council

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A draft budget of €117.6m has been passed by elected officials of Clare County Council. Over €30m is being assigned…

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€300k G.M.A reduction ‘most anti-rural proposal’ Kelly has heard

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Clare’s longest standing councillor has hit out at the proposed reduction of General Municipal Allocation (G.M.A.) for the four municipal…

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Co Clare ‘will always be indebted’ to Chief Supt Kerin

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*Photograph: John Mangan In a week where a documentary on whistleblower, Maurice McCabe cast a dark shadow on An Garda…

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Closures of post offices ‘an assault on rural Ireland’

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Legal action is being taken by the Lissycasey Post Office Action Group over the closure of the village’s post office…

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‘Ghettos could emerge’ in Clare without balance

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CONCERN has been expressed that “ghettos” could emerge in Clare due to a lack of proper social mix with housing.…

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Curtin & Arkins undecided on running in 2019 local elections

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Two experienced politicians have yet to decide if they will be running in the 2019 local elections. Cllr Christy Curtin…

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Councillors issue ‘warning note’ on road opening licence fees

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Councillors in Clare maintain that “one size does not fit all” when it comes to road opening licence fees. Clare…

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Council CEO has “lead cufflinks around his ankles” claims Kelly

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“1,000 families are being denied a basic right” in Clare because of the lack of provision of “adequate finance” under…

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‘Third world health service’ in Clare

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An Ennis Hospital Working Group is being established to “lobby Government and the HSE for the provision of a level…

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Rural Clare residents being discriminated against

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Clare’s five members of the Oireachtas are failing the county with their inability to tackle matters that matter to rural…

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