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Lahinch the setting for new RTÉ/BBC six part noir thriller

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A six part domestic noir thriller is to be filmed in Lahinch in early 2020.

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‘Breckans will not be giving up whatever happens’ says captain Sweeney

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*Alan Sweeney & Daniel Carey. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Nine years ago, St Breckans clashed with Kerry opponents in the Munster club intermediate football final and came up short, they are in familiar territory on Sunday as they face Templenoe from the Kingdom in the provincial decider.

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Áine Donegan signs with Indiana Women’s Golf

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*Áine Donegan. Photograph: Golffile Clare golfer Áine Donegan has been signed by Indiana’s Hoosiers.

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‘One of a kind’ tributes paid to the late Kieran Harvey

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*Kieran Harvey. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Personnel involved with Ladies Football and Community Games in Clare and further afield have been plunged into mourning following the death of Kieran Harvey after a short illness.

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Clare students lauded at Mary I graduations

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*Aishling Kelly from Corbally Clare and Emma Gleeson from Listowel Kerry pictured as they graduated in Arts at Mary Immaculate College. Photograph: Brian Arthur Three Clare students received academic achievement awards at the Mary Immaculate College graduations last week.

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Ryan family get ‘sense of relief’ as hero Micheál is buried

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*Micheál Ryan’s remains return home. Photograph: Virgin Media News There was “a sense of relief” for the Ryan family of Lahinch as they buried Micheál, seven months on from his tragic death in Ethiopia.

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Current Shannondoc system ‘not fit for purpose’

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Families have been put off moving to West Clare because of the shortage in availability of health services, a Kilrush councillor has claimed.

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Group tours have long-term future in Clare

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*Tony Kirby leading a tour group in The Burren. Photograph: Burren Geopark There is “a long-term future” for group tours visiting parts of Ireland including Co Clare, the CEO of the body responsible for marketing the island of Ireland overseas has said.

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Clare “behind the curve” in catering for camper vans

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*A camper van making its way through Corofin. Photograph: Páraic McMahon Clare is not designed for camper vans and suitable locations need to be found to accommodate such visitors, members of the West Clare Municipal District have said.

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Clare hosting 50 free Culture Night events

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Clare’s cultural community will unite today (Friday) to showcase the very best the county has to offer.

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