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The Daily Click: Ladies fashion in Clare

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WELCOME to The Daily Click, where we put the spotlight on businesses in County Clare with an online shop. The Clare Echo is asking local people to get behind Clare businesses, and to think local before visiting international shopping websites. Today, you are in for a treat as we showcase ladies fashion specialists in Clare who …

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Clare Bus ‘essential’ means of travel for social welfare recipients in Tulla

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In a time where public transport is being flagged as one way to deal with climate change, one Clare man will be forced to learn how to drive resulting in an extra car on the road should a contract be signed awarding Limerick Local Link a service operated by Clare Bus for the past sixteen …

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Local election candidate undecided on whether Limerick border should extend into Clare

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A Shannon Banks resident who will contest the local elections in Clare this May has mixed views on whether Limerick should be allowed extend its county boundary to the area in which she lives. Betty Walsh will represent The Social Democrats in the Shannon Municipal District having previously contested the 1999 local election in the …

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Betty’s back 20 years after last local election bid

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Twenty years on from contesting her last local election in Clare, Betty Walsh is back but with a different party. In 1999, Betty was one of seven candidates in the four seat Killaloe constituency where she polled 397 first preference votes while flying the flag for The Labour Party. “People here were not represented, it …

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West Clare councillors agree not to use election posters

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Outgoing councillors in West Clare have agreed not to use posters for the upcoming local elections in May.   Cllr Ian Lynch in March 2017 initially raised the suggestion to introduce bylaws to abolish posters for future elections, the move was welcomed by all councillors of the West Clare Municipal District at the time and …

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