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Colour of Feakle social housing scheme ‘archaic & institutional’

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Thirteen social houses being built in Feakle have been described as “institutional and archaic” due to the chosen colour scheme.

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Late 2022 still the target for completion of Killaloe Bypass

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Approved by An Bord Pleanála in early 2013, late 2022 is the envisaged completion date for the Killaloe Bypass.

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‘Tulla more divided than parts of Northern Ireland’

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Tulla is more divided than parts of Northern Ireland according to one native of the East Clare town.

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‘Politics in Clare has not seen the last of Beckha Doyle’

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This Wednesday saw the Killaloe Municipal District hold their first meeting since the local elections, Beckha Doyle was frustrated and disappointed there wasn’t a new face among them but she’s adamant her time in politics will come.

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‘We’re in a time of climate chaos’ – O’Donovan

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*Barry O’Donovan. Photograph: Martin Connolly As the Green Party secured their first seat on Clare County Council since the 2009 election of Brian Meaney, one of their two candidates in the county maintained the elected councillors need to stand up and address ‘climate chaos’.

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Begley delighted with outcome of ‘daunting election’

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*Michael Begley. Photograph: Martin Connolly In Clare politics, being the Mayor in an election year is a risky position, for Michael Begley this gamble paid off.

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‘Quality canvassing’ key for Pat Burke

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Pat Burke will mark ten years as a county councillor when the local authority sits down for it’s June meeting next week.

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O’Callaghan delighted to prevail in ‘election dogfight’

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*Alan O’Callaghan. Photograph: Eamon Ward Securing 326 extra first preference votes in the space of five years was ‘critical’ for Alan O’Callaghan in retaining his seat on the County Council.

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More political pain for Ger O’Halloran

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*Ger O’Halloran. Photograph: Martin Connolly In his second bid to become a county councillor, Ger O’Halloran once again came up short as the closest candidate to the elected bunch.

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Stepping down as Clare GAA was ‘the right thing to do’ for election – Cooney

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*Joe Cooney is elected to Clare County Council for the fourth time. Photograph: Martin Connolly Not alone was Joe Cooney the first candidate elected in the Killaloe Municipal District for the third time in a row but yet again the O’Callaghans Mills man secured the highest first preference vote in Clare as he has previously…

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