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Clare Echo goes online only for Covid-19 crisis

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The Clare Echo has made the decision to operate as an online-only publication during the Covid-19 national emergency. The Clare Echo will continue to inform the public via our online platforms in the coming weeks with an increased emphasis on supporting local businesses and assisting the public in staying connected during this difficult time. Editor …

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Women In Business part 1

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Celebrating International Womens Day we ask some of Clare’s top women in business some questions Dorothy McCarthy Lewis Tell us about your business? It’s called Glamorize. Customers come into us from all parts of the country with their outfits and just say ‘Accessorize Me’, other than the dress & shoes , we have everything else. …

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Photo courtesy of Liam McNamara, Burren Shores Beachcombers.

Storm Ophelia washes up remnants from shipwreck in County Clare

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A FISH box from a boat that sank off Waterford over 21 years ago has been found on a beach in Co Clare after Storm Ophelia. The 40-foot Jenalisa sank with her crew of three off Brownston Head in Tramore Bay in February 1996. Three fishermen, Peter Nolan (39), Niall Power (25) and Conor O’Grady …

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