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Locals concerned over potential Meelick windfarm

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Residents of Meelick have raised concern over the possible construction of a windfarm stretching from Ballycar to Cappantymore and on to Gallows Hill.

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Third Clare school dealing with confirmed COVID-19 case

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A third Clare school has been affected by a confirmed case of COVID-19, The Clare Echo can reveal.

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Second Clare school impacted by COVID-19

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Two Clare schools have been impacted by COVID-19 cases in the space of one week.

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‘So many false dawns it is beyond a joke’ – Clare publicans protest at offices of Government TDs

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Clare publicans protested at the offices of the county’s two Government TDs on Monday morning to highlight the plight endured by pub owners over the past six months.

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Crowe criticised for ‘reckless contribution’ in the Dáil

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Clare TD, Cathal Crowe (FF) has come under fire for his contribution in the Dáil on Wednesday where he labelled the conduct of young people as “almost treasonous”.

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Meelick school forced to close as staff members deemed close contacts of COVID-19 case

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*Photograph: John Mangan A South-East Clare school has been forced to close until Wednesday at least as staff members have…

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Clare TDs urge Aer Lingus to delay reduction of Shannon Airport services

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Aer Lingus have been urged not to make any “premature decisions” surrounding its future at Shannon Airport.

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OPW requested to clean riverside walkway in Meelick

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The OPW have been requested by Clare County Council to tidy up the riverside walkway in Meelick.

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‘It has to stop’ – Council to begin prosecuting individuals guilty of illegal dumping

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A data protection impact assessment is being prepared by Clare County Council to enable CCTV use to clamp down on illegal dumping with the local authority now determined to prosecute individuals.

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Action needed to preserve Aer Lingus’ future at Shannon Airport

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Aer Lingus will need to be subsidised if it is to have a future at Shannon Airport, a leading travel expert has affirmed.

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