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‘Our unsung heroes’ – Clare woman pays poignant tribute to nurses in dying weeks

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“They don’t get half enough credit or respect for the fantastic work they do”.

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Garvey & Dooley appointed to Seanad Éireann

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Clare will have three representatives in Seanad Éireann following confirmation of Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s eleven nominees.

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Cabinet approve emergency funding of €6.1 million for Shannon Airport

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Shannon Airport is to receive €6.1m in emergency funding.

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Churches, gyms, salons, barbers, hotels & certain pubs given go ahead to reopen on Monday

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Approval has been granted by the Cabinet for the Republic of Ireland to move to Phase 3 on the roadmap for reopening the country.

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‘In years to come we will never forget how the world was upended in 2020’ – roadmap for reopening Ireland accelerated

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Gyms, cinemas, places of worships, salons and barbers have had their reopening accelerated with a revisal of the country’s recovery roadmap announced.

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United Airlines scrap Shannon to Newark route

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United Airlines have informed management of Shannon Airport that it has ended its Shannon to Newark route.

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No additional COVID-19 cases in Clare as Holohan asks for more compliance on face masks

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3 deaths and 13 additional COVID-19 cases have been confirmed by health officials on Friday while no new cases have been attributed to Co Clare.

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Clare goes one full week without any new COVID-19 cases

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Five more deaths and 19 extra cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the Republic of Ireland while in Co Clare there has been no new case in a full week.

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Aer Lingus treating Shannon Airport staff ‘differently’ to Dublin & Cork equivalents

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Shannon Airport has been treated differently to Dublin and Cork Airports by Aer Lingus, the Chairperson of the new all-party Oireachtas grouping focused on protecting the future of the airport has said.

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Play pods for crèches with schools to reopen in August

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Schools are to reopen at the end of August while play pods are to separate children in childcare facilities from next month.

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