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Shannon Airport ‘at risk of falling behind Knock’ as public lose faith in Board

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Public faith in the board of Shannon Group has been lost and Shannon Airport is at risk of falling behind Knock Airport, elected representatives declared this week.

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Davy Fitz returning to Wexford

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*Davy Fitzgerald in conversation with Seoirse Bulfin. Photo: Martin Connolly Sixmilebridge’s Davy Fitzgerald has agreed to continue as Wexford senior hurling manager for a further two years.

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‘We said goodnight and that was it’ – mother renews appeal for son last seen in Clare in 98

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*Sean Ryan photographed in 1998.  This September will mark twenty one years since the disappearance of Sean Ryan, a recent visit to Co Clare has prompted his mother Patricia Douglas to come forward in a renewed appeal for answers.

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Shannon Airport “completely abandoned” by Irish Government

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“A change in policy and mindset” is needed to lead to a greater use of Shannon Airport which one elected representative of Clare County Council felt has been “completely abandoned”.

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Meath stand in Clare’s way of making Super 8s

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*Eoin Cleary tackled by Meath’s Conor McGill. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s opponents for the All-Ireland SFC round four qualifier have been announced.

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‘Mid West needs to stand up for Shannon or there will be no Airport’

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As they congregated for their first meeting since May’s local elections, successful candidates in the Shannon Municipal District set out their stall for the next five years by pinpointing the future of Shannon Airport as the biggest concern.

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Gubbins moves on from Chief Supt role in Clare

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*Michael Gubbins.  Michael Gubbins has vacated his role as Clare’s Chief Superintendent after less than three months in the position.

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Corofin’s Killeen concludes year as INTO President

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Joe Killeen’s year long tenure as President of the INTO came to a close this week.

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‘I wouldn’t go to hospital if I was dying’

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One Ennis woman whose daughter spent six days in hospital last week has declared she would avoid going to University Hospital Limerick even if she was dying.

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Bus Éireann ‘stood behind Shannon Airport when everybody else was leaving’

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A review of Bus Éireann’s service operating out of Shannon Airport could yield a greater number of flyers according to one local representative.

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