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Social restrictions could last until the summer – Varadkar

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*Leo Varadkar. Photograph: Martin Connolly Taoiseach Leo Varadkar (FG) has warned that measures in place aimed at slowing down the…

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Schools to close & cancellation of major events expected

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*PHOTO: John Mangan Schools, colleges and cultural institutions in Clare and across the country are to close from 6pm today…

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Fresh legal challenge for Shannon LNG

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Leave has been granted to an environmental group to challenge the decision of the State and the European Commission to…

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Breen confident employment stats will help Dáil bid

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*Pat Breen. Photograph: Joe Buckley A Junior Minister in the 32nd Dáil, Pat Breen (FG) has expressed his pride with…

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GE2020 THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Leo Varadkar in Ennis

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With polling day edging closer, Leo Varadkar (FG) visited Ennis in a bid to secure more votes for the party’s…

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‘Timing is right’ as Trudy Leyden goes forward for election

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No leaflets and no posters is the stance taken by Trudy Leyden (IND) as her names appears on the ballot…

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GE2020 THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Martin Conway in Sixmilebridge

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A new face but one with experience of being in national politics is the line Senator Martin Conway (FG) is…

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‘I found politics very frustrating’ – Dr Michael Harty

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He was the standout story from the 2016 General Election in Clare but Dr Michael Harty has confirmed he will…

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Crowe’s boycott leads to deferral of RIC commemoration

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A planned commemoration for the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) has been deferred.

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Clare farmers among hundreds of protesters in Dublin

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A small group of Clare farmers were involved as one hundred tractors caused disruption across Dublin on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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