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OPW requested to clean riverside walkway in Meelick

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The OPW have been requested by Clare County Council to tidy up the riverside walkway in Meelick.

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‘No houses at risk of flooding’ in Kilbaha village

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Houses in Kilbaha on the L2002 are not at risk of flooding, Council officials have said in response to requests coastal protection works.

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Knockanean get the green light for new school building

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Planning permission has been granted for the construction of a new school building for Knockanenan NS.

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‘Red tape’ preventing greater cleaning of rivers in Clare

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Frustration has been voiced with “the red tape” that has limited the amount of cleaning done in Clare rivers since the beginning of the year.

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‘Mitigate against flooding on Clare roads’

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*Spot flooding on the Tulla Rd in Ennis. FILE PIC A co-ordinated approach to the management of surface water on…

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Poor infrastructure leading to spot flooding in Shannon

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*Photograph: Joe Buckley Infrastructure which is serving Shannon is “not fit for purpose” leading to instances of spot flooding throughout…

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Railway line disruption as Ballycar floods again

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*Flooding along the Limerick – Ennis railway line at Newmarket-on-Fergus. Photograph: John Mangan Flooding at Ballycar has prompted the closure…

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‘Respect has gone out the gate at Clare Abbey Graveyard’

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Instances of vandalism at Clare Abbey are continuing with one headstone recently damaged for the third time.

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‘Turf war’ between OPW & Irish Rail delaying works to fix Ballycar flooding

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*Tom Casey and his wife Bernie. Photograph: Joe Buckley “A turf war” is preventing progress in solving the almost annual…

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Arbitration & bats cause slight delay to Killaloe Bridge & Bypass

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Conversations in parts of East Clare on the long awaited Killaloe Bypass are a daily occurrence, landowners using their right…

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