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Confusion between locals & Council on Cahiracon

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Locals have expressed their confusion as to how future plans for Cahiracon House can be put in place when the…

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Ring of Clare Cycle bringing 4000 visitors to the county

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4,000 visitors will descend upon the county this weekend as the SKODA Ring of Clare cycle pedals into town.

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Cahercon can be ‘a world class marine facility’

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*Cahercon. Photograph: Ann-Marie Hanrahan Cahercon has the potential to be “a world class marine facility”, a meeting in Kilrush has…

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Politicians’ social media activity ‘a substitute for real policy substance’

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Although he is Clare’s longest serving councillor, PJ Kelly is a self-professed “reluctant candidate” for the local elections on May…

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Nothing compares to gymnastics for Kildysart’s Becky O’Donnell

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In the fourth instalment of Can’t See Can’t Be a fortnightly sports series highlighting female sports personnel within the county…

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Oliver Garry pulls out of local election race

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*Oliver Garry with Pat Breen and Cllr Johnny Flynn. Photograph c/o Cllr Johnny Flynn Former councillor Oliver Garry has withdrawn…

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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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‘Library evolution in Clare has surpassed everything’

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Close to 20,000 people are members of libraries in Clare.

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‘Prime opportunity’ for maritime jobs in Clare

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*Photograph: Chris McKiernan There is confidence that opportunities for job creation in maritime industry will arise following the zoning of…

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‘End of an era’ as post office services shut in Lissycasey

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Residents in Lissycasey must now travel 13km along a narrow stretch of road if they are to continue using post…

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