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Fr Ted – a national treasure that spread its wings in Clare

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It would go on to receive international acclaim but there was little fuss when the early work of Fr Ted…

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Red Hugh O’Donnell led raids of Co Clare in 1599 & 1600

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Red Hugh O’Donnell has been back in the national headlines this week but in 1599 and 1600 he led a raid of Co Clare.

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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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‘They came & they went but none of them came better than Canon Taaffe’

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Canon Pat Taaffe was remembered as a warm, witty and engaging man for whom family and prayer remained the most…

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‘A white Christmas in the Burren is extremely rare’ – PJ Curtis in new podcast

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*PJ Curtis. Photograph: Mike Mulcaire A Christmas tale of nostalgic Burren Yuletides as seen through the eyes of Kilnaboy’s PJ…

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Special 70th for North Clare Agricultural Show

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Saturday’s staging of the North Clare Agricultural Show will be a special one as it reaches it’s seventieth annual show.

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Running has helped heal & bring joy to Rita Kierce

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*Rita Kierce at home in Kilnaboy. Photograph: Martin Connolly Few female Clare athletes have represented their country at the other…

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Storm Hannah leaves it’s mark on Co Clare

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*A damaged garden shed in Newmarket-on-Fergus. Photograph: Paula Carr Whelan Parts of Co Clare remain without power as the clean-up…

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Kilnaboy farmer’s Bullmatch app does a very serious job

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Dubbed “Tinder for Bulls”, Kilnaboy farmer Brian Kelly’s Bullmatch app received a lot of attention when it was launched at…

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