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Rio railroads his way to feature success

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Galway remains a happy hunting ground for Clare dogs and their Banner owners while Inagh’s Noel Hehir will be flying the county flag on Saturday in the English Derby semi-finals.

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‘Carnage’ at Kilkee Pier over summer months prompts review of operations

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A review of operations at Kilkee Pier is to be carried out following claims that “carnage” occurred on the slipway over the summer months.

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Siobhán sets latest crime thriller in Co Clare

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Psychological crime writer, Siobhán MacDonald has set her latest novel in Clare and focuses on how a successful individual’s life can spiral out of control in one weekend.

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‘Kilkee can be difficult to get around’ – walkability audit to improve accessibility of coastal town

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A walkability audit is to be conducted in Kilkee with the view of improving mobility for individuals with visual or physical impairments.

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‘Now the time to tackle issues leading to beach closures in high season’ – Garrihy

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A reoccurrence of beach closures in Clare cannot be allowed to happen in high season again, the Cathaoirleach of the West Clare Municipal District has stated.

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Shooting of German film in Kilkee has ‘unbelievable impact’ before airing

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Production of a German film in Kilkee has been hailed as having an “unbelievable” impact.

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‘One of the greats’ – tributes extended to legendary Chris Droney

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As Clare mourns the loss of one of its greatest musicians in Chris Droney, The Clare Echo’s Páraic McMahon gets the views of other leading musicians and broadcasters in the county on the contribution made to our culture and society by the Bellharbour native.

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Setback for Kilkee as improvements denied for numerous routes

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West Clare councillors have been left disappointed following confirmation that a number of routes in Kilkee were not selected for improvements in the schedule of Municipal District works this year.

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Harveys braced for emotional occasion

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For West Clare captain Caoimhe Harvey, her three sisters Ciara, Shanua and Grainne and the rest of the panel Sunday’s Clare ladies football final will be an emotional occasion.

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‘Finals can be different’ says Carmody as West Clare Gaels look to cause major upset

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Michael Carmody is in his first season as manager of West Clare Gaels ladies football team but the O’Curry’s clubman is well versed in what being involved in club football in Clare means.

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