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Meeting with Shannon Gardaí sought by Sinn Féin

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Shannon’s Sinn Féin branch has requested a meeting with local Gardaí to discuss current policing in the town.

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Murphy gets most Board appointments of all Clare councillors

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*Cllr Paul Murphy. Photograph: Eamon Ward Clarecastle councillor, Paul Murphy will sit on the most boards and committees of all twenty eight elected members of Clare County Council for the next five years.

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McKee hoping to return to political office in late 2019

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Mike McKee is expected to return to political office later this year with the Sinn Féin councillor to undergo a medical procedure in the coming weeks.

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McGettigan more disappointed with turnout rather than election result

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*Donna Deirdre McGettigan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Eliminated on the third count of the local elections in the Ennis Municipal District, Donna Deirdre McGettigan was more downbeat with the 51 percent turnout in the constituency as opposed to the outcome.

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Clare elects its 28 councillors

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*Mark Nestor is raised aloft. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare County Council’s newest 28 elected representatives have been confirmed following the conclusion of the two day count at Treacys West County Hotel in Ennis.

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Sinn Féin to run more Clare candidates in 2019 local election

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Sinn Féin plan to take advantage of the recent local electoral area changes by running more candidates in Clare according to their sole representative on the County Council. Cllr Mike McKee was elected to Clare County Council on his first attempt in 2014 having previously served on the Town Council in Shannon. He is a…

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Eoin Neylon: Christmas for political nerds

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Eoin Neylon, The Clare Echo’s Political Columnist examines the political landscape in Clare following the publication of a report by the Local Electoral Area Boundary Committee. For a political nerd, Thursday morning was like Christmas. There’s nothing more we love than an excuse to pour over facts and figures and break out the maps to…

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Eoin Neylon: Ireland saw spate of Trumpian tactics

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MY FIRST Clare Echo column began with the words “Where Clare leads, Ireland follows”. Last Saturday, that mantra held true as the county’s voters pointed the way for Ireland with a resounding Yes vote. Where as many thought the proposal to repeal the 8th amendment would win, no-one saw the scale of that win coming.…

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