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‘A very hard decision’ – Peter Duggan on going down under for 2020

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*Peter Duggan gets away from Wexford’s Matthew O’Hanlon. Photograph: Martin Connolly All Star forward Peter Duggan will not be part of the Clare senior hurling panel in 2020.

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Disabled people living in Clare ‘crying out for a social life’

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*Martin Tobin. Photograph: Páraic McMahon People with disabilities living in Co Clare are “crying out for a social life” and an outlet in which they can meet up regularly.

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Acquiring new skills considered important by Shannon workforce

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*Pictured at the Mid-West Regional Skills Forum event held in Ei Electronics, Shannon (sitting l-r): Peter Murphy, Ei Electronics; Helen Downes, Shannon Chamber and Joe Leddin, Mid-West Regional Skills Forum. Standing (l-r): Padraic McElwee, LEO, Clare; Patricia Haugh and Eimear Brophy, Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board; Carmel O’Dwyer, University of Limerick; Veronica Walsh,…

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September opening for LIT campus in Ennis

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*Pictured at the contract signing for the refurbishment works for the new Third Level Campus at Bindon Street: Cllr. Cathal Crowe, Mayor of Clare, Cllr. Johnny Flynn, Mayor of Ennis, Aldo Andreucetti, Clerk of Works, General Design, Clare County Council; Carmel Greene, Head of Property Management, Clare County Council; Liam Conneally. Director of Economic Development,…

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Clare’s hemp farmers blazing a trail

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*Daniel Lyons & Laura Foley. Photograph: Martin Connolly Mention Carrigaholt and the first few facts that tend to come to mind include dolphin watching, it’s location at the mouth of the River Shannon, Coláiste Eoghan Uí Chomhraidhe and being part of the Loop Head Peninsula but one more item is expected to be added to…

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From the Chipper to the Council Chamber the goal for Alfonso

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Alfonso D’Auria has pledged to be the voice of soletraders and business personnel if elected to Clare County Council.

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LIT unveils new Ennis campus

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LIT has confirmed plans to open a new campus in Ennis on foot of a proposed capital investment of €0.75 million by Clare County Council.  Located on Bindon Street, the new facility will enable an increase in higher education activity in the town. Reflecting LIT’s regional development remit, the LIT Ennis campus will join LIT’s…

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LIT Open Day focus on future in engineering

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Engineers are among the most sought after graduates worldwide, and on January 19, 2019 the Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) will open its doors to showcase the various career paths, fields of study and opportunities available through engineering at its Engineering Open Day. The newly appointed Head of Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Dr…

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Delight at LIT plans for Coonagh and Ennis

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(above) artist’s impression of Coonagh campus LIT’s plans to Expand it’s Presence in Ennis & Develop an Engineering Focused Campus in Coonagh is good news for Education and Industry in Clare – Minister Pat Breen. Minister for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market & Data Protection Pat Breen has described the Government’s €11.9 billion…

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It’s a long, long way from Clare to Mars

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EDEN crops grown in LIT.

PLANTS cultivated by Killaloe scientist Dr Tracey Larkin and her team at the LIT CELLS research group are destined for life on Mars after a stint in Antartica. They will arrive in Antartica in the coming weeks to be tested in extreme temperatures that replicate those of the red planet. A state-of-the-art plant cultivation facility…

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