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‘More creativity’ needed to boost Clare’s Wild Atlantic Way routes

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*Photograph: Martin Connolly Alternative and more prominent advertising of Clare’s routes on the Wild Atlantic Way are needed on the…

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Need for Inagh pedestrian crossing to be assessed during tourist season

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West Clare is currently without a designated road technician leading to concern amongst elected representatives that several projects could subsequently…

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Tour buses on backroads in Clare ‘a dangerous issue’

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Buses using backroads in North Clare is “a serious, dangerous issue”, public representatives in the county have declared.

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Hedge Cutting scheme announced for Co Clare

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Clare County Council is inviting applications to an innovative scheme to facilitate landowners and community groups in maintaining hedgerows throughout…

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Unmaintained hedges putting driver’s safety at risk

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Motorists are ‘taking their lives into their hands’ by having to travel in the middle of certain roads due to…

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Greater presence of Irish flag needed in Clare

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*John McInerney of Clare County Council lowers the Irish flag to half mast.  An Irish identity needs to be emphasised…

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12% of Clare LIS applications will be completed in 2019

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*Labasheeda. Photograph: WestClare.net 250 applications are with Clare County Council for the Local Improvement Scheme (LIS) but only 30 are…

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Doolin cliff walkers causing traffic problems

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*Fisher St, Doolin. Photograph: Suzanne Mischyshyn Cliff walkers in Doolin are causing “traffic congestion” in the North Clare village.

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Multi-million Doolin development ‘a miniature of National Children’s Hospital’

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An enhancement scheme proposed for Doolin including the construction of a service centre has been described as “a miniature of…

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Rural residents discriminated against when it comes to broadband

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Unavailability of broadband in parts of West Clare “is a clear case of discrimination against people in rural Ireland”, one…

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