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Ennis let down by ‘unacceptable ghost station’

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Ennis falling from Ireland’s cleanest town to its twenty second has been described as “unacceptable”. In the space of one year, Ennis went from being Ireland’s cleanest town to its twenty second. This came following the final Irish Business Against Littter (IBAL) survey of 2018. An Taisce, who carried out the survey, commented in its…

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Increase in monthly live register figures while Tulla sees 20% annual reduction

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More than 5,000 people signed on to the live register in Clare for December. 5,009 individuals were on the register in the county last month which is an increase on the 4,814 in November according to figures released by the Central Statistics Office. However, there has been a 15.8 percent drop in the amount of…

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Homeless told ‘to disappear’ from Cathedral by Ennis priest

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Two homeless men living in Ennis have criticised the stance taken by Fr. Tom Ryan in telling them “to disappear” from the Cathedral grounds but have praised the people of Clare for their kindness. On Tuesday night, The Clare Echo sat down with Peter and Tomasz, two Polish natives that sleep on the streets of…

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Housing protest to march to offices of Clare Fine Gael TDs

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A Housing Day of Action protest takes place this Friday in Ennis. Led by Sinn Féin’s Ennis local election candidate, Donna Deirdre McGettigan, it will coincide with the launch of the party’s national campaign on housing to be launched by MEP, Liadh Ní Riada. Speaking ahead of the protest which will begins at 1pm at…

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Aoibhín’s Top Five Ways to Get Active in Clare

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Looking for a little inspiration to help you get that body moving this January, Co Clare has some incredible offerings beyond your local gym or gaa club (whilst those offerings are also wonderful). I’ve compiled a list of some local facilities that are worth trying for something a little different. 1 : Operation Get Clare…

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Kirwan seeking ‘entry level job as a political representative’

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There is left-wing voice missing from elected representatives of Clare County Council and Chris Kirwan believes he can be that voice while also speaking up and standing out for the youngest generation of voters. A final year law student at NUIG, Chris is running in the Ennis Municipal District for The Social Democrats as the…

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Ennis no longer Ireland’s cleanest town

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Ennis has gone from being Ireland’s cleanest town to the twenty second cleanest town in the space of one year.  According to the final litter survey of 2018 by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL), Ennis is ‘Clean’ but has slipped to 22nd spot in the ranking of 40 town and cities. While almost all…

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FDI in Ennis hindered by rent yields & lack of ideal property

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*Clare Technology Park. Photograph: PJColeman.com A lack of “ideal vacant property” and lower rental yields is hindering foreign direct investment in Clare’s county town. Such views were expressed at the final 2018 meeting of Clare County Council’s Economic Development SPC. Jennifer Collins who in July was appointed as the local authority’s Atlantic Economic Corridor (AEC)…

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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 Clare County Council in May, parking, health and housing are top of his agenda as he prepares to commence his latest campaign. Daly was selected alongside Cllr Clare Colleran Molloy to contest the local elections…

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