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Council issue formal apology for involvement in County Clare Nursery

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An apology has been issued by Clare County Council for its role in the operation of the county’s only Mother and Baby Home, 89 years on from its closure.

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Remote working results in extra Kilkee residents prompting call to fund repairs of Cliff Walk

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Kilkee has over 200 extra residents in the coastal location due to an increase in remote working.

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‘Urgent review’ of planning policy must acknowledge need for mixed housing tenure

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A mixed housing tenure is essential, Clare councillors have said in a call for an urgent review of the planning policy relating to the development of residential property.

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‘Every town & village’ in Clare needs a bus shelter say councillors

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An East Clare councillor has pleaded for bus shelters to be installed in each town and village across the county.

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Council pressed to issue apology for involvement in Kilrush Mother & Baby Home

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Clare County Council have been pressed to make an official apology for their involvement to the Mother and Baby Home in Kilrush.

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Every effort to be made to add shallow-depth pool to €5.5m SeaWorld Lahinch development

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SeaWorld Lahinch are seeking between €600,000 and €800,000 in order to finalise construction of a shallow-depth pool for babies and small children as part of a €5.5m development of the facility.

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‘We need to do more than call them heroes’ – Clare elected reps call for frontline workers to receive financial reward

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Clare councillors are leading the call for frontline workers during the current pandemic to receive “tangible recognition”.

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‘Outdated’ wind energy guidelines ‘a failure of successive Governments’

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An update for the fourteen year old wind energy guidelines for Co Clare has been sought.

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Wait for funding for flood management works in Belharbour ongoing for 21 months

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Efforts to secure a suitable source of funding for flood management works in Belharbour have been ongoing for the past 21 months.

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Absence of ‘proper wastewater treatment’ leading to demise of rural villages – Cooney

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Failure to install ‘adequate infrastructure’ in Clare’s rural communities will accelerate their demise, local councillors have warned.

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