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‘Love & loss, it’s all there’ – Ennis’ Brian O’Connell tells The Personal stories

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*Brian O’Connell.  Monkeys for sale, wedding dresses, Ireland’s most famous pigs, War of Independence medals, a Nazi flag, Limerick GAA programmes, Massey Ferguson tractors and wedding rings are just some of the items Brian O’Connell has come across in the classified ads, the stories behind them he has now told in The Personals.

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‘It’s never too late to swim’ – Norma Cahill on life in and out of the water

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*Norma Cahill with her daughter Róisín.  From Ennis to Eindhoven, Norma Cahill has conquered the world in a swimming sense in a career that has seen her accumulate National, European and World records.

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Ennis principals to share enrolment lists as children still without secondary school

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A meeting is to take place tomorrow between a senior official from the Department of Education and principals from all secondary schools in the Ennis area regarding second level enrolment issues in the county.

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Clare students deprived of ‘right to education’

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Students in Clare are being deprived of their “right to education” as more than three dozen children in the county are without a second level place for September.

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This Clare vice principal has decided to double up as a wedding minister

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THE summer of 2018 will be a memorable one for John Burns; turning 50, becoming a marriage celebrant and – as if that wasn’t enough – getting married himself all before the end of July. Oh my, my. The Rice College vice principal has had a unique life path, to put it mildly. A Kilkee…

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This is the top performing school in Co Clare

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ST JOSEPH’S Secondary School in Spanish Point is the top performing second level school in Co Clare, according to a new report published by the Sunday Independent. The report analysed levels of third level placement, with results from over 700 schools across Ireland. The secondary school sent 100 per cent of its students to third…

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