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16-20 week waiting time for driving test in Clare

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Clare people have to wait between sixteen and twenty weeks to sit their driving test according to the latest data…

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‘Better chance of Pope coming to Ennis meeting than TII’

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Frustrated members of the Ennis Municipal District hit out at Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) for failing “to come in and…

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Parking site needed specifically for Ennis workers – Daly

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*Photograph by Gary Collins If successful in his attempt to be re-elected, Cllr Pat Daly will celebrate twenty years on…

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‘Squeezed middle’ unable to avail of Council house or afford a mortgage

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Income thresholds set for individuals trying to apply for social housing need to be reviewed, it was claimed. Aisling Corcoran…

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Ennis Data Centre cannot become ‘another Athenry’

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All of Clare’s five Oireachtas members have been urged to be vocal in their support of the planned €500m Ennis…

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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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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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McNamara to consider political future

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Cllr Tom McNamara is to take some time before deciding whether he will contest the 2019 local elections. On Friday,…

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“This is my proudest day” says new Mayor of Clare

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Cllr Michael Begley has been unanimously elected Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council and in doing so becomes the first Clonlara…

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Breen asks Council to seek legal action over Ailwee Caves

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Legal action is being sought by Clare County Council on the request of one councillor in the aftermath of a…

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