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Arrival of iconic destination to East Clare a step closer with plans submitted for Inis Cealtra visitor centre

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A new Inis Cealtra (Holy Island) visitor centre in the heart of Mountshannon village has taken a big leap forward with the submission of plans for the proposed new facility.

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Shannon Greenway linking Scariff to Limerick will be outlet for community use

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Plans to link Scariff and Limerick as part of the Shannon Greenway could see construction begin by 2023.

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Use restrictions to deal with Dublin leaks to prevent €1.3bn water extraction from River Shannon

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Leaks in the Dublin area should be dealt with during restrictions to prevent the “huge cost to the economy” associated with constructing a 170km pipeline from Parteen Basin, downriver from Lough Derg.

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Clare ‘has not maximised its water sport & recreation potential’

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Co Clare has struggled to maximise its water sport and recreation potential, prompting the call for a new feasibility study while a seven year old equivalent has not delivered on any of its objectives.

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Ashes of Brendan Grace spread in Lough Derg with seat erected in his memory at Killaloe

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Family of the late Brendan Grace have marked the anniversary of his death by spreading his ashes on Lough Derg near their Killaloe home.

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Historic character of Killaloe & Ballina to be respected in new plan

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Work on a town enhancement, tourism and mobility plan for Killaloe and Ballina has begun.

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Safe landing for Clare’s newest white-tailed eagles

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East Clare has welcomed its newest residents with a group of white-tailed eagles arriving earlier this week.

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‘People don’t realise what is on their doorstep’ – Killaloe kayak company keen to make a splash

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Killaloe kayaking tour company, My Next Adventure, had anticipated launching for the summer season in April but were forced to delay this until Monday as a result of COVID-19.

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Controversial Carrownagowan Wind Farm promises millions to East Clare & up to 100 jobs

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Coillte have been criticised for the manner in which they have prepared a planning application for a wind farm in East Clare which if developed as planned could yield a €10m contribution for the local area.

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Mountshannon Arts Festival goes ahead this weekend

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No green-light has been given on the return to mass gatherings in Ireland prompting the cancellation of hundreds of planned festivals across the country.

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