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Second Ennis Lidl store to be located near St Flannan’s

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Lidl has been granted planning permission to develop a second store in Ennis. Subject to twenty one conditions, the 3721m2 site will be located at the Clare Rd opposite from the West County Hotel, on a site owned by Clare County Council that was previously partially flooded. An application for a development at the same…

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Shock over alleged rape of 75-year-old woman in Ennis

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DR MICHAEL Harty, TD, has expressed his shock at the alleged rape of an elderly woman in broad daylight in Ennis. A 49-year-old Mayo man was questioned over the alleged incident in which a 75-year-old woman claims to have been raped after being lured into a car outside Ennis library last Thursday. “I am shocked…

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Outpatient dept for Ennis site

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A NEW medical services centre is to be constructed on the Kilrush Rd with the granting of planning permission this week. Ennis General Hospital’s outpatients department is expected to be moved as part of the development “which will consist of change of use of part of the existing Westpoint Building on site from Retail Warehouse…

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‘Darkly humorous and tragic’ – incredible Francie Brady comes to Ennis

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Glór Theatre, Ennis, Co. Clare 4th October 2018 THE incredible Francie Brady is on his way to glór in Pat McCabe’s highly-acclaimed stage show Frank Pig Says Hello, writes Stuart Holly. Originally written in tandem with the famed Butcher Boy novel (adapted to the screen by Neil Jordan) 25 years ago, this darkly comedic and bitterly…

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Taoiseach wants to honour cave rescue hero Jim Warny

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Photo by Arthur Ellis Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s office are looking at a way to honour Clare hero Jim Warny. The Clare Echo were the first to report on the Ennis-based Belgian native’s involvement in the rescuing of twelve members of a young Thailand football team and their twenty five year old coach in July of…

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Volunteers give Ballyalla a lift

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Community Spirit was at a peak at Ballyalla Lake for the recent Clean-up Day. Residents and volunteer groups such as the Ballyalla Blue Flag Working Group and Ennis Boy Scouts joined forces to tidy up this fantastic amenity in Ennis after a successful summer season. Residents and Volunteer groups, such as the Ballyalla Blue Flag…

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President Higgins in Ennis this Thursday

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President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins to be guest of honour as Clarecare celebrates 50 years of serving the people of Clare. President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins is to be guest of honour as the not for profit organisation Clarecare celebrates 50 years of serving the people of Clare. The president has accepted an…

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Open Sesame to host information night on thyroid function

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Sally Smith from Open Sesame explains how you can tackle the issue of hypothyroidism. Call 065 6821480 for tickets to Thursday’s event. At Open Sesame one of the most common medications we hear of people taking is the thyroid hormone supplement, Eltroxin. With an estimated 15 in 1000 women and 1 in 1000 men suffering…

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Delight at LIT plans for Coonagh and Ennis

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(above) artist’s impression of Coonagh campus LIT’s plans to Expand it’s Presence in Ennis & Develop an Engineering Focused Campus in Coonagh is good news for Education and Industry in Clare – Minister Pat Breen. Minister for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market & Data Protection Pat Breen has described the Government’s €11.9 billion…

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Road Test: Sportline version of the Kodiaq trowels on the style, but is it worth the money?

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At what point does an amount of money become too much money? Let me be more specific — at what point does Skoda — which has become amazingly successful in the past decade, and which has long since left its bargain-basement roots behind — become too expensive? Possibly the perfect case for this point, is…

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