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World class tourism experience can be brought to Lough Derg

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Lough Derg has the potential to become “a world class tourism product” if the right strategy is put in place.

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Unmaintained hedges putting driver’s safety at risk

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Motorists are ‘taking their lives into their hands’ by having to travel in the middle of certain roads due to unmaintained hedges in Co Clare.

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Murphy gets most Board appointments of all Clare councillors

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*Cllr Paul Murphy. Photograph: Eamon Ward Clarecastle councillor, Paul Murphy will sit on the most boards and committees of all twenty eight elected members of Clare County Council for the next five years.

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Clare representation on Shannon Airport Board ‘a bloody disgrace’

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A review in the make up of Shannon Group’s PLC has been sought by elected representatives in Co Clare.

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Telecommunication groups ‘making the most of the media like cigarette companies did’

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Telecommunication companies were equated as the 2019 version of groups behind the sale of cigarettes at Monday’s meeting of Clare County Council.

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‘Tulla more divided than parts of Northern Ireland’

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Tulla is more divided than parts of Northern Ireland according to one native of the East Clare town.

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Locals feel ‘disconnected’ from Cliffs of Moher

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*The Cliffs of Moher. Photograph: Ann O’Connell “A disconnect” exists between Clare’s premier tourist attraction and those living in close proximity to it.

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‘Politics in Clare has not seen the last of Beckha Doyle’

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This Wednesday saw the Killaloe Municipal District hold their first meeting since the local elections, Beckha Doyle was frustrated and disappointed there wasn’t a new face among them but she’s adamant her time in politics will come.

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Tributes paid to the gentle, honest & dignified Peter Considine

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*Peter Considine pictured with Mary Coote Ryan at the final meeting of the Ennis Town Council in May 2014. Photograph: Paschal Brooks  Peter Considine was remembered as a gentle, fair, honest, sage dignified man as well as a adoring husband, father and grandfather who played a central role in the development of a hotel in…

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‘We’re in a time of climate chaos’ – O’Donovan

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*Barry O’Donovan. Photograph: Martin Connolly As the Green Party secured their first seat on Clare County Council since the 2009 election of Brian Meaney, one of their two candidates in the county maintained the elected councillors need to stand up and address ‘climate chaos’.

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