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Clare Colleran Molloy: Why I’m opposing the roll-out of 5G in Clare

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As the responsible Councillor, I feel it appropriate to respond to Eoin Neylon’s article in the last issue of The Clare Echo headlined “Anti 5G campaigners making false claims.”

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Council delegation formed to fight for future of Moneypoint

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*Moneypoint Power Plant. Photograph: Páraic McMahon A delegation of West Clare councillors are today (Wednesday) issuing a letter to secure a meeting with two Ministers plus a number of agencies and the ESB on the future of Moneypoint.

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More air pollution in rural towns than urban cities – Dooley

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Clare TD, Timmy Dooley has declared residents of rural Ireland are being treated as “second-class citizens” with no ban on smoky coal in place in parts of the country.

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Telecommunication groups ‘making the most of the media like cigarette companies did’

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Telecommunication companies were equated as the 2019 version of groups behind the sale of cigarettes at Monday’s meeting of Clare County Council.

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Climate Plan reveals nothing new on Moneypoint – Harty

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“No new information” is included in the Government’s Climate Action Plan on Moneypoint’s future which is “worrying” according to Clare TD, Dr. Michael Harty.

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Irish Defence Forces ‘owed duty & respect of proper income’

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*Photograph: Arthur Ellis Men and women willing to put their lives on the line for their country deserve a better income, Cllr Ann Norton has highlighted.

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Minister expects Moneypoint response from ESB this month

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*Photograph c/o ESB ESB have been asked by the Minister for Climate Action and the Environment to provide paper on options for the replacement of coal-fired generation at Moneypoint Power Station. Minister Richard Bruton in a letter to Independent TD, Dr. Michael Harty seen by The Clare Echo said he expected a response from ESB…

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Ennis no longer Ireland’s cleanest town

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Ennis has gone from being Ireland’s cleanest town to the twenty second cleanest town in the space of one year.  According to the final litter survey of 2018 by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL), Ennis is ‘Clean’ but has slipped to 22nd spot in the ranking of 40 town and cities. While almost all…

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Site purchased for new Kilrush school

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Kilrush is one step closer to having a brand new school. A new site has been secured for a new school building for Gaelscoil Uí Choimin, Kilrush which has been purchased by the Department of Education through the offices of Clare County Council. Currently, there are 62 students in the Gaelscoil. Fine Gael TD, Pat…

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History’s absence as a compulsory subject to be reviewed

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A review will be undertaken to determine if history should be an option subject for the Junior Certificate. At the Fine Gael Ard Fheis over the weekend, Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh announced he has committed to a review of the decision to remove it as a mandatory subject. “It’s already recognised that…

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