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‘Mitigate against flooding on Clare roads’

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*Spot flooding on the Tulla Rd in Ennis. FILE PIC A co-ordinated approach to the management of surface water on…

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27% of Clare lights upgraded to LED

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27% of Clare’s public lighting have been upgraded to Light Emitting Diode (LED), the remainder is expected to be completed…

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Clare Athletics postpone upcoming events

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A number of events connected to Clare Athletics have been postponed in light of the current Covid-19 pandemic.

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Council land may be used as lay bys for rural bus stops

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Council owned land is potentially going to be used as an additional lay bys to ease the access to public…

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Flood plan for Springfield activated by Council

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A flood management plan has been initiated by Clare County Council for the area of Springfield in Clonlara.

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‘I’m confident I can make a breakthrough’ – Renua’s Conor O’Brien

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Renua’s first ever Clare candidate is confident of making a breakthrough for the party following Saturday’s General Election.

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Countywide traffic survey not needed say Council

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*Traffic congestion in Kilrush. Photograph: Páraic McMahon A requested traffic survey to determine the use of Clare’s road network is…

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Local roads deteriorating with emphasis on regional routes – Cooney

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*Mullaghmore. Photograph: Clare By Nature Lack of funding will prevent Clare County Council from concentrating solely on improving local and…

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Council to continue with current grass cutting policy

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Clare’s current grass cutting policy for houses in estates owned by the Council is to be continued for the foreseeable…

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‘Fear of God’ put into Ennis pedestrians & cyclists

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Cyclists and drivers in Ennis have had “the fear of God” put into them while Ireland is suffering from “car…

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