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‘One hell of a clean-up needed’ as 35 caravans depart Skehanagh

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“An unmerciful mess” has been left behind at Skehanagh following the departure of up to 35 caravans that had been illegally located close to the M18.

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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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Strong Independents took from Norton’s vote

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*Ann Norton Having gone from being the first candidate home in 2014 to the receiving the lowest first preference of all successful Ennis Municipal District, it proved to be an emotional election for Ann Norton.

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Clare elects its 28 councillors

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*Mark Nestor is raised aloft. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare County Council’s newest 28 elected representatives have been confirmed following the conclusion of the two day count at Treacys West County Hotel in Ennis.

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Ennis Street Arts Festival hoping thirteenth year will be a lucky one

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This July sees the Ennis Street Arts Festival take place for the thirteenth time and its organisers are hoping the bit of luck they get will be some fine weather. Ana Bella Alvarez first arrived to Co Clare in 2004, two years later she spearheaded the establishment of the festival. At Friday’s launch in glór,…

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Clare County Council will not delay closure of Latoon Bridge

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TD Joe Carey and Mayor of Ennis Paul Murphy at Latoon Bridge

Clare County Council has confirmed that it will not delay the closure of Latoon Bridge, following a request from protesters to hold off until after the Christmas period. The local authority said they cannot delay the works due to contractual reasons and conditions of funding for the project which stipulate that works commence and funding…

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