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Ennis Chamber of Commerce elects new president

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Ennis Chamber President Diarmuid McMahon MD Sherry FitzGerald McMahon and Vice President Gwen Culligan

AT ITS recent AGM, Ennis Chamber of Commerce elected Diarmuid McMahon, Managing Director, Sherry FitzGerald McMahon, as president and Gwen Culligan, co-owner County Boutique as vice-president, both of whom will serve a one-year term in their respective role. Diarmuid succeeds outgoing chamber president William Cahir, of Cahir & Co. Solicitors, whom he congratulated for energising…

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RTE Archives: Disco dancing cows of Ennis

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Disco Dancing Cows: RTE

AH 1986, it was a simpler time. Some major landmarks in Irish history took place that year including the death of Phil Lynott, the rejection of the divorce referendum and the official opening of Knock Airport But more importantly than all of that, on this day in 1986, the disco dancing cows of Ennis were…

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Visitor ban at Ennis General Hospital lifted

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THE visitor ban at the Burren Ward in Ennis General Hospital has been lifted, though restrictions are still in place. HSE representatives are currently requesting that visitors to the Burren Ward are restricted to one visitor per patient only and between visiting hours of 2pm to 4pm and 6pm to 9pm. The visitor ban was…

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Ennis Tennis Club serve up fun open nights

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EVER thought about playing tennis but never got around to it? Looking for a healthy way to get fit and active for the summer and meet new people? Or played tennis previously but want to get back into it? Then these open nights are for you! It couldn’t be simpler, just turn up! There will…

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Walk from Darkness into Light for Pieta House

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L- R Dawn Halpin, Elaine Daniels, Melissa Purcell, Catherine Ryan, Pearl Nugent Cllr Mary Howard and Tom McEvoy Photo by Arthur Ellis

DARKNESS into Light has grown exponentially over the last few years, with dawn walks now happening in every corner of the globe. Pieta House’s vision is to create a world where suicide, self-harm and stigma have been replaced by hope, self-care and acceptance. Darkness into Light is vital for their fundraising, for raising awareness and…

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Second LIDL store for Ennis

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UP TO 25 new jobs will be created when LIDL open their second Ennis store . LIDL have confirmed that plans are about to be lodged with Clare County Council for a new store on the Limerick road. Additional commercial units will also be developed at the site, including a creche. Speaking on Clare FM,…

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‘The race still passes Dad’s house on Steele’s Terrace’

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Eamon Moloney Snr with Jason

THEY might not know it – but more than 1,200 runners will run past the old front door of Eamon Moloney’s first home when they take part in the run which honours the man himself this Saturday. The Eamon Moloney Run is in its sixth year and is now included in the highly reputed Run…

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Clare teens win big at Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards

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Jakub Bajerski from Ennis, Clare who won the TG4 Award for the best film in the Irish Language for his film ‘The Baile Mór’, and Aaron Moloney, aged 19 from Cloncara, Clare, whose film ‘ Toast’ won RTÉ 60 Second Award at this year's Senior Ireland's Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards 2018 as part of the Fresh Film Festival held at Odeon Cinema Castletroy, Limerick. Picture: Cian Reinhardt/ilovelimerick

TWO Clare teenagers scooped prestigious accolades at Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Awards. Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year is the highlight of Limerick’s Fresh Film Festival, which is now in its 22nd Year. Jakub Bajerski from Ennis, Clare won the TG4 Award for the best film in the Irish Language for his film…

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HSE confirm 15 children suffer adverse symptoms following drain cleaner incident

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THE HSE have confirmed that 15 children suffered some level of adverse symptoms following a drain cleaner incident at a dental surgery in Ennis. The HSE has concluded its review of an incident where the water containers used in dental chair treatment were contaminated with diluted drain cleaner. The incident which took place in early…

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Kelly Gough is Clare’s next leading light

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ENNIS native Kelly Gough caused a social media storm recently when she played struggling mum Doreen Lunt in BBC series Call the Midwife. Kelly, the 10th of 12 children, graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2007 and dived head first into her acting career. The Clare Echo’s Karen Hillery caught up with Kelly to see what…

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