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COVID-19 threatening our dreams & ambitions – Leaving Cert students adapt

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Coronavirus is putting a strain on the mental health of Leaving Certificate students, creating a further divide between them but one Ennis student is confident they can prosper. Oluwaseyi Olanrewaju has shared his story with The Clare Echo on how COVID-19 is impacting on his preparations for the State Examinations. He has lived in Ennis …

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Clare’s hemp farmers blazing a trail

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*Daniel Lyons & Laura Foley. Photograph: Martin Connolly Mention Carrigaholt and the first few facts that tend to come to mind include dolphin watching, it’s location at the mouth of the River Shannon, Coláiste Eoghan Uí Chomhraidhe and being part of the Loop Head Peninsula but one more item is expected to be added to …

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Taoiseach ‘deeply hindered’ Fine Gael’s Clare candidates – Taylor

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*Mike Taylor. Photograph: Martin Connolly Comments from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar along with suggestions of co-living by Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy “deeply hindered” the prospects of Fine Gael candidates in Clare for the local elections according to one runner who felt his own liberal views decreased his West Clare vote.

Kirwan seeking ‘entry level job as a political representative’

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There is left-wing voice missing from elected representatives of Clare County Council and Chris Kirwan believes he can be that voice while also speaking up and standing out for the youngest generation of voters. A final year law student at NUIG, Chris is running in the Ennis Municipal District for The Social Democrats as the …

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