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Undercover Garda operation ongoing in Newmarket, Sixmilebridge & Cratloe

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*Pat Halpin addressing the community forum in Newmarket-on-Fergus. Photograph: Joe Buckley An undercover Garda operation is ongoing in Newmarket-on-Fergus, Sixmilebridge and Cratloe while the policing organisation is unaware of claims that youths have been dropping rocks onto the M18 approaching the Carrigoran exit.

Safety review for M18 junctions

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A safety review of junctions on the M18 has been initiated by Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII). It comes on the back of a motion from Cllr Pat Hayes at Clare County Council’s December meeting. The Fianna Fáil councillor sought a review of junctions 12, 13 and 14 on the M18 for safety and traffic purposes. …

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‘Better chance of Pope coming to Ennis meeting than TII’

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Frustrated members of the Ennis Municipal District hit out at Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) for failing “to come in and meet” elected representatives while Clare County Council stated the state agency’s “commitment  to the county is absolute”.  Safety concerns at a number of junctions within the District were raised in discussion following a motion from …

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Gardaí looking for male Opel driver following M18 crash

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Gardaí are anxious to speak to a male driver of a dark coloured Opel Insignia saloon car following Tuesday’s crash on the M18 which claimed the life of Crusheen man, Michael Fogarty. Ennis Garda Station are keen to hear from the Opel driver who they believe may have witnessed the fatal collision between a red Ford …

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To Connacht, a hell of a lot faster!

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CLARE’S motorists will cut their commutes to Galway substantially and the north-west from tomorrow, following the opening of the new M17/M18 Gort to Tuam. Locals and tourists alike will no longer be stuck in traffic on what Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) calls ‘single carriageway roads that have deficiencies which restrict safe and efficient movement’. “The …

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