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‘Brexit can work to Moneypoint’s advantage’ – PJ Kelly

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Clare’s longest serving councillor has declared all members of the County Council both elected representatives and staff were “asleep at the wheel” with regard to planning Moneypoint’s future.

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Newmarket-on-Fergus post ‘a lucrative position’ for prospective GPs

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*A section of the crowd that attended Monday’s community forum in Newmarket-on-Fergus. Photograph: Joe Buckley Confidence has been expressed by Clare’s Junior Minister that a new GP will be in place in Newmarket-on-Fergus very soon despite locals raising their concerns at the drawn out process of securing a replacement doctor.

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‘Increase planting of native trees on Council property’ – McMahon

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Consideration will be given to a request to the increase amount of native trees planted on Council owned land across Co Clare.

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Climate emergency ‘more challenging than the Nuclear War’

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*Some strikers from Fridays for Future Clare. Photograph: Orla Begley. Clare’s Friday for Future protesters scolded county councillors for ‘not doing their homework on climate change’.

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Councillors contacted over “critical comments” on Airport

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*Cllr Gerry Flynn. Photograph: Eamon Ward An elected representative in Clare received correspondence from the Chairperson of Shannon Group outlining their disappointment with ongoing critical comments regarding Shannon Airport.

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‘Shannon Airport so quiet at times you could play a hurling match there’

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*Photograph: Arthur Ellis Shannon Airport’s economic importance to the Mid-West region was stressed on Friday last as a special meeting focused on jobs within Clare was held.

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Staff at Molex hopeful 100 jobs can be kept

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Staff at Molex are hopeful 100 posts can be maintained at its Shannon plant.

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Keating inspired by Nelson Mandela with ‘novel’ proposal to tackle housing crisis

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An adopt a family scheme may be trialled to help tackle the housing crisis affecting the entire country.

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Bus stops disappear between Bunratty & Cratloe

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Bus signs that have been in place “for decades” have disappeared along the dual-carriageway connecting Clare and Limerick.

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Current Shannondoc system ‘not fit for purpose’

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Families have been put off moving to West Clare because of the shortage in availability of health services, a Kilrush councillor has claimed.

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