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Crowe’s stores hit consistently by ‘professional criminals’

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A family run chain of stores in South-East Clare have been victims to a sustained series of robberies by a “professional” outfit.

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‘Vibrant’ Quin requires more street lighting

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East Clare councillors have appealed to the local authority to install street lighting at two sections of road approaching Quin village.

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The Clare Echo launches new partnership with Meals on Wheels

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The Clare Echo has launched a new partnership with South Clare Meals on Wheels.

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Hehir forms big Clare interest in Saturday’s English Greyhound Derby

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There will be a big Clare interest in the English Greyhound Derby which gets underway on this Saturday night.

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Jacobs First turns on heat in Galway

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A family affair saw Jacobs First turn on the heat in Galway over the weekend while the much-anticipated Emerald Isle Irish Cambridgeshire Semi Finals drew plenty of interest in Limerick.

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Feakle/Killanena upset the odds to advance to Minor A decider

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Feakle/Killanena upset a fancied Clooney/Quin side to progress to the final of the Clare Minor A hurling championship.

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Filip becomes first Polish national to play in Clare SFC

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Several milestones in Filip Rzymek’s life have been interrupted as a result of COVID-19 such as his eighteenth birthday and sitting the Leaving Certificate. Despite the global pandemic, he managed to make history by becoming the first Polish national to line out in the Clare senior football championship.

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‘I appreciate you are a busy man Minister but I am a dying one’

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A Clare man with terminal cancer has renewed his appeal for medical cards to be automatically extended to terminally ill patients and has been left waiting for a reply by the Minister for Health.

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‘We must stop & appreciate the incredible vistas of Co Clare’ – Colleran Molloy

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Clare’s seven Oireachtas members must speak passionately on behalf of the county, former Mayor Cllr Clare Colleran Molloy (FF) has affirmed.

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Nurses to the fore in Ennis General Hospital’s fight with COVID-19

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Nurses at Ennis General Hospital have said they now appreciate living in the moment more following the heroic efforts on the frontline during the current global pandemic having lived through the fear or bringing the virus home to their families.

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