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Cliffs of Moher wasn’t built for the numbers it must now cater for

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Clare’s premier tourist attraction, The Cliffs of Moher was not built for the 1.8 million visitors it is now catering for, the CEO of Tourism Ireland has said.

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The Outing swaps Lisdoonvarna for Dromoland

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*Carmel Balala, Paul Ryder & Eddie McGuinness.  After spending the past six years in Lisdoovarna, The Outing Festival has a new venue for it’s seventh setting as it moves to the grounds of Dromoland Castle and plans to take The Inn at Dromoland by storm at the end of September.

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‘Huge’ Garda presence in Doonbeg as Eric Trump visits

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*Trump International Golf Links and Hotel Ireland, Photograph: Arthur Ellis A large Garda presence was visible in Doonbeg on Sunday as Eric Trump paid a visit to Trump International Golf Links and Hotel Ireland.

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Trump expected to travel to Clare in June

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US President Donald Trump is expected to visit Co Clare in June according to reports.

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Tradaree development can bring Newmarket village back to life

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A potential social food enterprise development in Newmarket-on-Fergus “will give a life back to the main street which is now dead”. Such was the view of former Shannon Development Regional Manager for Co Clare, John Quinlivan when speaking with The Clare Echo on Tuesday. The Newmarket-on-Fergus native was worried by the current state of affairs…

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Britain going ‘through midlife crisis’

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A Newmarket-on-Fergus native will this week launch the first book devoted to Irish government policy towards Northern Ireland from the division of the country in 1921 to the present day. Donnacha Ó Beacháin is Associate Professor at the School of Law and Government, Dublin City University (DCU) where he lectures on post-Soviet politics, unrecognised states,…

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Investing in Mid-West will rebalance the country

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An investment in infrastructure is needed in the Mid-West to rebalance the country. President of Shannon Chamber, Mary Considine outlined these views when addressing the chamber’s summer lunch at Dromoland Castle where Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy T.D. was the keynote speaker. Considine noted that strong foundations for growth are evident…

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Minister Murphy pressed for answers on homelessness in Clare

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An under pressure, Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy T.D. was more than happy to visit Co Clare last week.  Minister Murphy was the keynote speaker at Shannon Chamber’s summer lunch in Dromoland Castle. “After the week I’ve had I’ve had I couldn’t think of a better place to have lunch of…

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Aoibhín’s Top 5: Beauty Treatments in Clare

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WITH all of the New Years Resolutions finally starting to pay off, it’s about time we all gave ourselves a little treat. Stay away from that chocolate cake and get yourself along to a well deserved beauty treatment. Our resident ‘Love Clare’ columnist Aoibhín Garrihy has done all the leg work for you and made…

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to visit Shannon

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EVER wanted to meet our Taoiseach, but didn’t have the opportunity? Well now is your chance, as the man himself is set to host a lunch with the Shannon Chamber of Commerce next weekend. The Chamber are taking bookings for those who want to attend the event, so don’t delay. Speaking ahead of his visit…

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