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Physio offers advice to expectant mums amid Covid-19 service disruption

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With the postponement of the antenatal classes at Limerick’s maternity hospital and many health staff including physiotherapists redeployed as a result of the covid-19 pandemic, expectant mothers might be left with unanswered questions or fear of not knowing the right thing to do.

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Could a Clare family be Ireland’s fittest this year?

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*Ireland’s Fittest Family mentors Derval O’Rourke, Donncha O’Callaghan, Anna Geary and Davy Fitzgerald, with presenter Mairead Ronan THE producers of…

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Planned Black Lives Matter protest in Ennis postponed

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Saturday’s planned Black Lives Matter due to take place in Ennis has been cancelled.

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Organisers of Black Lives Matter Ennis protest say social distancing will be maintained

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A “peaceful social distancing” Black Lives Matter protest is to take place in Ennis on Saturday.

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€95k in funding announced for Clare FM

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Funding of €2.5m nationally has been allocated to independent commercial radio stations from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland with Clare FM benefiting as a result.

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Clare’s soon-to-be published tourism strategy forced into last minute changes

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Clare’s tourism strategy that has been over 18 months in the making has been forced to make a last-minute update on account of the current global pandemic.

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GREEN CLARE: Swifts habitually nesting in Ennis & East Clare

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The Clare Swift Survey 2020 takes place this summer in an auspicious communal effort to protect the common swift that makes a home for itself in the West of Ireland each summer.

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Digital hubs to be pushed in Clare to aid remote working

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Kilrush Digital Hub. Photograph by Eamon Ward

Extra emphasis is to be placed on utilising digital hubs in Co Clare in an attempt to aid more individuals working remotely during COVID-19.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: COVID-19 can positively impact society

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In a letter to the editor, Michael O’Sullivan from Roslevan in Ennis expresses the view that COVID-19 may leave an ever-lasting positive effect.

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Schools reopening crippled by ‘chronic under-investment’ as Dept of Education frustrate teachers

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“Chronic underinvestment” in education and childcare will “come home to roost” with the attempted reopening of schools and creches in the coming months according to a Clare principal.

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