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Upcoming weeks represent Mid-West’s greater test vs COVID-19 as 574 UL Hospitals staff out of work

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Over 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed in Co Clare over the space of seven days.

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‘Outdated’ wind energy guidelines ‘a failure of successive Governments’

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An update for the fourteen year old wind energy guidelines for Co Clare has been sought.

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Absence of ‘proper wastewater treatment’ leading to demise of rural villages – Cooney

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Failure to install ‘adequate infrastructure’ in Clare’s rural communities will accelerate their demise, local councillors have warned.

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Speeding ‘a huge issue’ in Kilkishen

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Speeding in Kilkishen has been described as “a huge issue”.

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Safety plan can eliminate ‘deficiencies in Dromindoora’

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‘Deficiencies’ in Dromindoora can be dealt with by the completion of a comprehensive safety plan, the Cathaoirleach of the Killaloe Municipal District has stated.

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Time to support our local businesses and elderly neighbours

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Communities must support local businesses and their elderly residents this Christmas, the Cathaoirleach of the Killaloe Municipal District has said.

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One third of Clare premises without access to high-speed broadband

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22,342 premises in Co Clare are without access to high-speed broadband.

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Traffic danger outside Bodyke school ‘frightening’

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‘Frightening’ scenes are being witnessed in Bodyke with ‘increasing danger’ in the vicinity of Bodyke national school on a frequent basis.

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Focus on remote working can bring life into derelict Clare properties

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Opportunities arising from COVID-19 will benefit Co Clare in bringing life into derelict properties, the Chief Executive of Clare County Council has stated.

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History made as Council meeting is chaired remotely

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Clare County Council made history on Tuesday when one of its meetings was chaired for the first time by somebody not physically present at the sitting.

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