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‘Hazardous’ trees to be removed from Killaloe estate

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Two trees which are blocking sight lines are to be removed from a Killaloe housing estate.

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Burke puts down the hatchet as he becomes Deputy Mayor

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In the space of a matter of hours, Cllr Pat Burke’s (FG) tenure as Cathaoirleach of the Killaloe Municipal District concluded and he also became Deputy Mayor of Clare for the second time.

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Historic character of Killaloe & Ballina to be respected in new plan

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Work on a town enhancement, tourism and mobility plan for Killaloe and Ballina has begun.

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Hayes ‘honoured’ to become Killaloe MD Cathaoirleach

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Former Mayor of Clare, Cllr Pat Hayes (FF) has been elected as Cathaoirleach of the Killaloe Municipal District.

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‘Rediscovered communities’ highlight need for localised exercise facilities

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Living in ‘lockdown’ has reacquainted the people of Clare with the area where they reside and has highlighted the need for investment in communities.

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Controversial Carrownagowan Wind Farm promises millions to East Clare & up to 100 jobs

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Coillte have been criticised for the manner in which they have prepared a planning application for a wind farm in East Clare which if developed as planned could yield a €10m contribution for the local area.

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Quin & Feakle chosen for paint scheme

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Two East Clare villages have been selected to benefit from the 2020 paint scheme in the Killaloe Municipal District.

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Bank of Ireland branches in Kilkee, Miltown & Tulla at risk of permanent closure

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Three Bank of Ireland branches in Co Clare are at risk of permanent closure in the wake of COVID-19.

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‘Noticeable increase’ of illegal dumping in Clare during COVID-19 restrictions

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Instances of illegal dumping have soared across Co Clare over the past two months.

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Drivers ‘missing the turn for Tulla’

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“Poor signage” along the R352 has been blamed as having an impact on the local Tulla economy as people are…

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