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Today FM’s Dermot has a pop at Lahinch dog owners

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Today FM presenter Dermot Whelan visited Co Clare recently and called out dog owners who failed to pick up their animals’ faeces during the trip.

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Tragedy in Lahinch as father of drowning victim loses his life

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*Photograph: Martin Connolly A man whose his own son lost his life in quarry swimming incident less than two years ago has died.

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‘Kilkee needs the toilet’

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*Public toilets in Kilkee. Photograph: Páraic McMahon New public toilets are “urgently” needed, senior officials in Clare County Council have said.

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‘We cannot bite our tongue anymore’ – environmental groups defend right to protest

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Environmentalists in Clare have hit out at comments by Cllr Cathal Crowe (FF) that they should refrain from “hijacking” positive events and instead work side by side with the County Council.

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Shortage of Clare hotels leading to county ‘leaking visitors’

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“An accommodation deficit” in Co Clare is hindering the ability to maximise the amount of tourists staying overnight in the county.

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Spanish Point Christmas Day swimmers raise over €700 for West Clare Cancer Care

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*Aoibhín Garrihy & Ollie Mulooly. Photograph: John Mangan Spanish Point swimmers not alone braved the elements when heading for their Christmas Day dip but also showcased the generosity that the festive season is all about by donating to West Clare Cancer Care Centre. 

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Lack of bus routes preventing more visitors coming to Clare

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More integrated bus services are required in Clare to boost tourism and improve ease of access for rural residents, an elected representative has stated.

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Tradition of North Clare Christmas Day Basketball game continues

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History is wrapped around the now annual Christmas Day Basketball game which takes place for the sixty first time this year.

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Frost running against Moroney at Clare GAA convention

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Three contests are expected to take place for various positions at Thursday’s Clare GAA Annual Convention.

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One of Ireland’s first solar powered swimming pools to be built at Lahinch Seaworld

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Lahinch will be home of Ireland’s first solar powered swimming pool with works on its construction due to begin at the Seaworld and Leisure Centre later this month.

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