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Breakdown of Clare FM & Radio Kerry deal ‘reflects very badly on both stations’

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Radio Kerry’s proposed takeover of sister stations Clare FM and Tipp FM has fallen through leading to calls for better treatment for shareholders who for the second time have seen a takeover of the Clare radio station collapse.

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Slattery returning to Council Chamber

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*Bill Slattery. Photograph: Gary Collins Bill Slattery is to make his return to the Council Chamber of Clare’s local authority later this year.

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Trump Visit & Irish Open brought back what The Gardaí are about

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An Garda Síochána have been praised for their engagement with the public and handling of big events in West Clare in the past two months.

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Slattery questions Gardaí on plans for Irish Open & Blake’s Corner

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*Cllr Bill Slattery. Photograph: Gary Collins An active Garda presence is needed in North Clare during The Irish Open and subsequently to police Blake’s Corner according to Cllr Bill Slattery.

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‘Simple rule of thumb don’t drink & drive’ Supt warns JPC members

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Members of the Clare Joint Policing Committee have been reminded on the different Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) limit for drivers. At the JPC’s first meeting of the year, Cllr Alan O’Callaghan had submitted a question to An Garda Síochána on drink driving limits for professional drivers. Limits all change when the vehicle is a truck,…

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Clare Garda Division faces possible merger

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Fear has been expressed that the Clare Garda Division will merge with Galway as part of a restructuring of the Garda organisation across Ireland. At the beginning of the year, Bellharbour native John Kerin retired as Clare’s Chief Superintendent, concluding forty one year’s service to An Garda Síochána. His position has yet to be filled…

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Priests will be next to be breathalysed coming from Mass

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Clare motorists have been urged to take “personal responsibility” to ensure they have no alcohol in their system before going behind the wheel of a car. Monday’s meeting of the Clare Joint Policing committee saw members debate the impact drink driving legislation is having on people living in the county. Cllr Pat Daly asked Superintendent…

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Blake’s Corner traffic to be kept to a minimum during Irish Open

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It is planned to keep traffic through Blake’s Corner to a minimum during The Irish Open with other routes and a shuttle bus service to be utilised instead while local businesses have been asked not to hike prices during the European Tour event. From July 3rd to 7th this year, daily crowds of between 20…

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