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‘Shameful & disgraceful’ – Clare Fianna Fáil Chair says members must have say on Government formation

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*Michael Enright (left) with Fianna Fáil party leader Micheál Martin. Chairman of Fianna Fáil’s Clare Comhairle Dáil Cheantair, Michael Enright…

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Breen confident employment stats will help Dáil bid

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*Pat Breen. Photograph: Joe Buckley A Junior Minister in the 32nd Dáil, Pat Breen (FG) has expressed his pride with…

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GE2020 THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Martin Conway in Sixmilebridge

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A new face but one with experience of being in national politics is the line Senator Martin Conway (FG) is…

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Staff at Molex hopeful 100 jobs can be kept

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Staff at Molex are hopeful 100 posts can be maintained at its Shannon plant.

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O’Brien questions benefit of skills audit to older members of Molex workforce

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*Cllr Tony O’Brien. Photograph: Martin Connolly Older employees at Molex may not reap as many benefits as their younger colleagues…

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Job situation in Clare not at crisis point insists Pat Breen

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*Pat Breen. Photograph: Arthur Ellis Clare does not need to apply for a EU globalisation fund in light of accumulated…

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‘Brexit to bring further job losses to the Mid-West’ – Robbins

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500 pending job losses in Shannon with next year’s closure of Molex may be just the beginning according to Joe…

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Steering group set up to coordinate Molex job losses

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A steering group has been established to coordinate jobs losses at Molex in Shannon over the next year.

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Molex to close Shannon facility by 2020 with 500 employees affected

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Molex has announced it will be closing its Shannon facility by the end of 2020, subject to an employee consultation…

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Worries of Molex job losses mount

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Management at Molex Shannon have called staff to a meeting this afternoon (Tuesday) with hundreds of jobs feared to be…

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