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Improvements to Fanore beach toilets to be in place for 2021 season

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Improvements are to be made to the public toilets at Fanore Beach in time for the 2021 high season.

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‘Time to re-establish North Clare as an angling destination’

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North Clare needs to be re-established as an angling destination, local representatives have emphasised.

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Works to begin on replacement of Miltown Malbay watermains in November

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Works to replace the old watermain from Miltown Malbay to Mullagh are set to begin in November.

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‘Leaking spend’ of Cliffs of Moher to be tackled in new strategy

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Retaining the ‘leaking spend’ of visitors to the Cliffs of Moher must form an integral part of a twenty year strategy for the country’s most visited outdoor tourism attraction.

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Council willing to support schools managing COVID response

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Council staff in West and North Clare will be made available to help schools where needed in managing their response to COVID-19.

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‘Virtually impossible’ for community groups to get insurance for playgrounds

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Community groups are finding it “virtually impossible” to secure insurance for new playgrounds.

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‘Now the time to tackle issues leading to beach closures in high season’ – Garrihy

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A reoccurrence of beach closures in Clare cannot be allowed to happen in high season again, the Cathaoirleach of the West Clare Municipal District has stated.

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‘A disaster for Shannon’ – Clare councillors speak out against calls to put Airport back under DAA’s control

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Strong opposition has been voiced by Clare councillors on the possibility of the DAA getting back involved with Shannon Airport.

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‘No challenge or pandemic is too big for our community’ – Lisdoonvarna playground upgraded

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A community effort in Lisdoonvarna resulted in the donation of €8,500 during COVID-19 to upgrade its playground facility.

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More lay-bys needed to stop traffic congestion on N68

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Additional lay-by areas on the main route connecting West Clare and Ennis to prevent traffic congesting behind slow moving vehicles have been sought.

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