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Climate Plan reveals nothing new on Moneypoint – Harty

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“No new information” is included in the Government’s Climate Action Plan on Moneypoint’s future which is “worrying” according to Clare TD, Dr. Michael Harty.

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752 net local jobs created by Clare LEO in 5 years

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*Padraic McElwee, Head of Enterprise, Local Enterprise Office Clare and Liam Conneally, Director of Economic Development, Clare County Council in the centre, pictured with Pat Breen T.D. on the left, Minister Heather Humphreys T.D. and Mark Christal of Enterprise Ireland in Russborough House, Wicklow, to celebrate 5 Years of the Local Enterprise Offices. In the…

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Clare firm opens Dublin office

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A Clare company is expanding following the opening a Dublin office by Keating, formerly L&M Keating at Park West Business Park.

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Social housing on the way for Quilty, Roslevan & Newmarket-on-Fergus

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* (L-R): Anne Haugh, Director of Social Development, Clare County Council; Pat Dowling, Chief Executive, Clare County Council; Mayor of Clare, Councillor Michael Begley;David Whelan, K & D Whelan Construction Ltd. Back (L-R) Max Krauss, Hassett Leyden & Associates ; Ger O’Malley, Tom McNamara & Ptnrs (Quantity Surveyor); Councillor Gerry Flynn, Chair of the Social Development…

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Keating confident work of last term will strengthen his vote

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*Gabriel Keating. Photograph: Gary Collins His slogan is “the man who gets things done” and Cllr Gabriel Keating is confident his re-election to Clare County Council will be the done thing in two months time. In 2014, Cllr Keating polled in twelfth position out of sixteen candidates following the first count. However he still managed…

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Kilrush centre ‘will change provision of health care in West Clare’

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*Kilrush. Photograph: Kilrush Tidy Towns Kilrush has been identified as the location for a new primary care centre. It is one of three places in the Mid-West that will now house primary care centres. The HSE will announce in the next week future centres to be constructed with Kilrush to be amongst them. It is…

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John determined Crowe’s will soar over coming months

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*Cllr Tom McNamara & Cllr John Crowe. Photograph: Eamon Ward It’s shaping up to a busy year for the Crowe family from Sixmilebridge in sport and politics, over the coming months John wants to see them soar.

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Terret Lodge to be converted into genealogy & exhibition space

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*Terret Lodge. Photograph: Kilrush & District Historical Society Kilrush has been named as one of the six successful towns to receive funds from the 2019 Historic Towns Initiative. Funding of €190,000 has been set aside for the conservation of Terret Lodge as the 1845 built structure will be converted into a small genealogy and exhibition…

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‘Pioneering spirit’ on show at meeting for future of Shannon Venue

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*Photograph: Joe Buckley Organisers of the proposed Venue facility have insisted they will walk away from the project if Clare County Council do not acquire the Shannon site while an elected representative has claimed the local authority will purchase the plot of land. Extra seats had to be added to the Bunratty Suite of Treacys…

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Kelly & Chambers selected as Fianna Fáil hit with another retirement

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*Photograph: Eamon Ward Fianna Fáil have been rocked by the retirement of another sitting councillor. Clare’s longest serving local politician, PJ Kelly and former Mayor Bill Chambers were confirmed as the party’s two candidates in the Kilrush Local Electoral Area. Members were left surprised on Friday night when Cllr Tom McNamara announced his retirement from…

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