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Five new Gardaí for Co Clare

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CLARE Chief Superintendent John Kerin has confirmed that five new Gardaí will be allocated to the county next month. “While I have yet to be told where they are being allocated to, I am confident some will go to Kilrush, as well as to Ennis,” Chief Supt Kerin said. Since training re-commenced for Gardaí, 25…

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‘Wild About Ennis’ Tidy Towns lecture series launches tonight

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THE super dedicated team over at Ennis Tidy Towns have just launched a fantastic lecture series for those hoping to learn more about their local environment. Their Spring Biodiversity Lecture Series, in support of their Biodiversity Action Plan ‘Wild About Ennis’, starts tonight (February 21) and will continue each Wednesday night for five weeks. All…

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This Clare vice principal has decided to double up as a wedding minister

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Rice College vice principal

THE summer of 2018 will be a memorable one for John Burns; turning 50, becoming a marriage celebrant and – as if that wasn’t enough – getting married himself all before the end of July. Oh my, my. The Rice College vice principal has had a unique life path, to put it mildly. A Kilkee…

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Free exclusive workshop with celebrity photographer this weekend

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ANYONE who has planned a wedding in the last decade will no doubtedly have heard of celebrity photographer Jenny McCarthy. Jenny has captured the special moments at weddings of Ireland’s much-loved celebrities including Pippa O’Connor and Suzanne Jackson. Couples seeking to add a bit of glamour to their big day will have a rare opportunity…

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Icy conditions cause multiple collisions on Clare roads

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THE roads are pretty dodgy out there this morning, with reports of several cars veering off the road into ditches and a number of minor collisions. Gardai are warning of treacherous driving conditions between Ennis and Kilrush, particularly around Lissycasey and Ballyea. Snow and hail showers have led to black ice and slippery road conditions…

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Soroptimists get jazzy for the RNLI

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Soroptimists International Ennis and District

SOROPTIMISTS  International Ennis and District will host a Jazz Brunch on Sunday, February 11 in the Old Ground Ennis in aid of the Clare branches of the RNLI. Jazzline will welcome you with their jazzy tones and smooth vocals and get you in the mood for Valentine’s Day and there will also be a guest…

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Ennis actress dazzles on Call the Midwife

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ENNIS actress Kelly Gough astounded audiences with her performance in Call the Midwife on Sunday night. Now in its seventh series, the popular BBC show is centred around the nuns of Nonnatus House, who cared for the mothers and babies of 1950s East London. Kelly played struggling mother Doreen Lunt who can no longer keep…

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John Burke named Grand Marshal of Ennis St Patrick’s Day parade

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Everest mountaineer and Elevate founder, John Burke has been named Grand Marshal of this year’s Ennis St. Patrick’s Day Parade.   Mayor of Ennis Councillor Paul Murphy today (Thursday, 01 February 2018) said that John is receiving the honour in recognition of his efforts to bring wellness programmes to young people in Clare as well…

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You’ve goat to be kidding me

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DOG Warden Frankie Coote has confirmed that there is nothing he can do about the wild goats that roam on the area known as “The Rocky” in Ennis. The herd of roughly 10 goats, who have inhabited the area for decades, have drawn attention to themselves recently by entering local residents’ gardens and making themselves…

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Samaritans appeal for volunteers to join Ennis branch

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Samaritans Ennis are launching a major volunteer recruitment campaign to encourage people to give something back to the local community and help change people’s lives. They will hold information evenings on Tuesday, Janaury 30 and Wednesday, January 31 from 7.30 p.m. – 10.00 p.m. in the Samaritan Centre, Sunville, Kilrush Rd., Ennis. There are more…

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