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No arrests made following Parteen drug bust

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Cannabis, tobacco and cash with a combined estimated value of €21,700 were recovered by Gardaí in Parteen this weekend.

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Names of Parteen fatalities released

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Two Limerick men have been confirmed as the fatalities in Thursday’s single car collision at Parteen.

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Two die in Parteen crash

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*Quinspool, Parteen. Photograph: Alan Morrissey Two young men have died following a single vehicle collision at Parteen in the early hours of Thursday morning.

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Clare, Limerick & Tipperary being failed by UHL

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Further frustration has been voiced with the current health offering for Ireland’s population in the Mid-West.

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Crowe aspiring to have a more inclusive Clare during year as Mayor

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*Cathal and Maeve Crowe with their children, Charlie, Eve and Sam. Photograph: Eamon Ward Helping to foster a more ‘inclusive Clare’ is the goal for Cathal Crowe during his time as Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council.

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Begley delighted with outcome of ‘daunting election’

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*Michael Begley. Photograph: Martin Connolly In Clare politics, being the Mayor in an election year is a risky position, for Michael Begley this gamble paid off.

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Crowe’s General Election bid ready for take-off following LE19 triumph

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*Cathal Crowe and his supporters celebrate. Photograph: Martin Connolly Cathal Crowe’s upcoming General Election bid has taken flight following his greatest political performance.

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‘When I was in a deep dark hole politics kept me going’ – McMahon

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*Cllr Pat McMahon. Photograph: Gary Collins Politics was the never in the plan for Pat McMahon but following the sudden death of his father Andy, he was co-opted to the County Council 45 years ago and hasn’t looked back since.

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Eugene sees local politics as extension to Garda career

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*Eugene Long (centre) with Joe Carey and John McInerney Upon retiring from An Garda Síochána in February after 34 years of service, Eugene Long did not envisage an entry into local politics.

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South Clare needs ‘more works’ before LNDR is put in place

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Improved road facilities must be put in place in Clare prior to the development of the Limerick Northern Distributor Road (LNDR), Cllr Cathal Crowe has claimed. Meelick native, Crowe proposed at Shannon Municipal District’s January meeting that “Clare County Council and Transport Infrastructure Ireland prioritise in 2019 the provision of a widened carriageway, pedestrian footpath,…

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