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Retiring quintet attend final Council meeting

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*The retiring five; Michael Hillery, Christy Curtin, James Breen, Richard Nagle, Tom McNamara. Photograph: Eamon Ward Five local representatives with a combined service of 130 years have this week attended their final meeting as elected members of Clare County Council.

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Ennis General Hospital ‘the major issue’ for Cullinan

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A first time candidate in the local elections, Frank Cullinan has pinpointed Ennis General Hospital as “the major issue” he will work on if successful in his bid to become a county councillor.

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From the Chipper to the Council Chamber the goal for Alfonso

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Alfonso D’Auria has pledged to be the voice of soletraders and business personnel if elected to Clare County Council.

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Kilkee woman left ‘traumatised’ by hooded men dressed in black

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Three attempted robberies in the county were foiled in the past week as homeowners were surprised and some left traumatised to find intruders in their homes.

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D’Auria & Cullinan confirm candidacy for local elections

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Two Independent candidates have entered the race for May’s local elections in the Ennis Municipal District.

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Doireann still finding joy in poetry & prose

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*Doireann Ní Ghríofa. Photograph: Brid O’Sullivan Home is where the heart is and it is the Kilnamona roots in Doireann Ní Ghríofa that invade her creative space when it comes to writing. Her upcoming return to Clare for the Ennis Book Club Festival (EBCF) coincides at a time when her reputation is on the rise…

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Susie Q delivers message of hope in new song ‘Hold On’

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*Photograph: Dara Munnis A new song released by Ennistymon based musician Susie Q is being praised for delivering a powerful message of hope. Susan Quirke originally hails from Co. Limerick but recently moved to Clare. She has connections to the county as her grandmother Mary ‘Baby’ O’Shea was from Kilnamona, her sister Caitriona and her…

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Clare childcare providers receive €320,000 in funding

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€320,000 in capital funding is to be allocated for fifteen providers of early years and school age childcare in Clare. Funds provided to each of the fifteen vary from €3,000 to €50,000. The contributions will go towards the creation of new childcare places, natural outdoor play areas and the essential maintenance and repair of services.…

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