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Quin & Feakle chosen for paint scheme

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Two East Clare villages have been selected to benefit from the 2020 paint scheme in the Killaloe Municipal District.

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Bank of Ireland branches in Kilkee, Miltown & Tulla at risk of permanent closure

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Three Bank of Ireland branches in Co Clare are at risk of permanent closure in the wake of COVID-19.

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‘A breakthrough’ – mediator appointed for Clare Bus & NTA dispute

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A mediator has been appointed to settle a long-running dispute between Clare Bus and the National Transport Authority (NTA).

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‘Farmers should be allowed spread slurry year-round’ – Burke

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Pressurised farmers have influenced Clare councillors to seek permission for them to be able to spread slurry all year round.

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‘Impossible to pay rent & move into retirement’ – Killeen

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Clare councillors have requested more ambitious housing targets from the Department of Housing.

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‘Make Clare a world-leader by amending taxation policies to make rural living sustainable’

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Future personal taxation policies are needed to cater for balanced regional development within the island of Ireland.

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‘Self gagging’ leading to rubber stamping by Clare councillors claims Kelly

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*Photograph: Eamon Ward Elected representatives in Clare have said the standing orders in place for meetings of Clare County Council…

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Cameras on roads a possible solution to rural robberies – Kelly

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Use of cameras in towns and villages to monitor traffic would also aid Gardaí in detecting robberies and thefts, Clare’s…

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NAMA owned buildings ‘falling into disrepair when people are crying out for houses’

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*The derelict Mushroom Factory in Tubber. Photograph Deirdre O’Mahony, Abandoned Clare, publication produced by Gregory Mc Cartney for Abridged magazine…

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Drivers ‘missing the turn for Tulla’

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“Poor signage” along the R352 has been blamed as having an impact on the local Tulla economy as people are…

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