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€219,000 for six Clare projects in CLÁR funding

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*Lissycasey NS students.  Six projects in Co Clare are to receive €219,000 towards Safety Measures and Play Areas for schools…

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Miltown ready to go as race for Jack Daly kicks off

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*Conor Cleary in Cusack Cup action. Photograph: Martin Connolly St Josephs Miltown begin the defence of the Jack Daly this…

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Speed limit changes putting future of West Clare at risk

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Recent alterations to the speed limit along a 43km stretch of road from Kilrush to Ennis described as “the main…

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Kelly elected to Council for ninth time

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*PJ Kelly. Photograph: Martin Connolly An elected representative since 1974, PJ Kelly has been ever present on Clare County Council…

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Politicians’ social media activity ‘a substitute for real policy substance’

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Although he is Clare’s longest serving councillor, PJ Kelly is a self-professed “reluctant candidate” for the local elections on May…

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An Post profits pose questions on closure of rural post offices

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A 400 percent increase in profits at An Post to €41m raises serious concerns following the closure of 150 post…

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Talty’s MACE celebrate 45th birthday in Lissycasey

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*Jonathan Diver, Circle K Senior Director Retail Sales & Operations Dealers, Grainne Talty, MACE Lissycasey, Liam Attridge, MACE Regional Manager,…

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‘We live in North Munster not North Korea’ – Kelly hits out on planning restrictions

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Regulations for the siting and design of rural houses in Co Clare “is going to impose a communist type house…

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‘End of an era’ as post office services shut in Lissycasey

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Residents in Lissycasey must now travel 13km along a narrow stretch of road if they are to continue using post…

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‘No need for legal advice’ in Lissycasey

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An Post have said there is no requirement for legal advice over the closure of the Lissycasey Post Office. This…

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