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Donna McGettigan selected to take Council seat of Mike McKee

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*Donna McGettigan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Donna McGettigan will take the place of Mike McKee on Clare County Council.

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Noeleen Moran no longer seeking Sinn Féin nomination for GE20

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*Noeleen Moran. Photograph: Martin Connolly Noeleen Moran has confirmed she will not be seeking a nomination from Sinn Féin to contest the upcoming General Election.

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Co-opted Sinn Féin councillor unlikely to sit until February meeting

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Sinn Féin are expected to fill the Clare County Council seat belonging to the late Cllr Mike McKee this month.

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Over 1,000 call for Shannon Park to be renamed in memory of Mike McKee

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A petition calling for the new Shannon Town Park to be renamed in honour of the late Sinn Féin councillor Mike McKee is gathering momentum.

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‘Mike McKee will not be forgotten’ – councillors remember late colleague

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*Mike McKee.  Elected representatives of Clare County Council paid tribute to their late colleague Mike McKee at the December meeting of the local authority.

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‘A huge loss to our town’ – Shannon grieves for Mike McKee

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Hundreds attended Monday’s funeral of long-serving political representative, Mike McKee.

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‘A light has gone out’ – Sinn Féin councillor Mike McKee dies

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*Mike McKee Long serving political representative Mike McKee has died.

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McKee not contesting next General Election

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Sinn Féin’s only sitting councillor in Clare will not be contesting the next General Election.

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Property tax increases in Clare by maximum amount

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Clare’s local property tax is to increase by fifteen percent following a vote by elected members on Monday evening.

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McKee makes welcome return to County Council

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Sinn Féin’s Mike McKee made a welcome return to political office this week, attending his first meetings since before the local elections in May.

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