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McNamara decries influence of Irish beef barons

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Clare TD, Michael McNamara (IND) has accused successive Governments of bowing down to beef barons throughout the country.

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Improvement works sanctioned for Ballyvaughan & Carrigaholt piers

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€138,000 in funding is to be allocated to three separate piers in Clare for essential works.

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Marts to reopen under strict guidelines

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Marts are to reopen under strict guidelines and in a new format.

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Clare farmers among hundreds of protesters in Dublin

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A small group of Clare farmers were involved as one hundred tractors caused disruption across Dublin on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Tiermaclane workers laid off as farmers protest rolls on

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*FILE PIC: Farmers protesting at Kepak, Tiermaclane. Photograph: John Mangan Tensions are rising as the ongoing protest by farmers outside…

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Beef Plan on verge of setting up new producer organisation

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After almost four months of planning, the Beef Plan is in the final stages of establishing its new producer organisation…

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Clare beef farmers return to the picket line

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*FILE PIC: Protesters at Kepak. Photograph: John Mangan Beef farmers have returned to the picket line in Co Clare.

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Clare female entrepreneurs urged to sign up for ACORNS

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*Catherine O’Brien of ODODO.  Ireland has seen an increase in early-stage female entrepreneurs over the past year, new business and…

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Farmers protest suspended to allow for talks to commence

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*Photograph: John Mangan A protest by Clare farmers at the grounds of Kepak in Tiermaclane has been suspended for twenty…

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‘Crisis as beef farmers are on their knees’ – Crowe

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As beef farmers continue to protest around the country, pressure is mounting on the Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed to…

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