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‘We’ve nothing to fall back on’ – West Clare reps fearful reliance on tourism will prove costly

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Swift movement at a national level is needed to sustain the future of North and West Clare, areas which are heavily reliant on tourism.

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Irish Water to be pressed to prioritise Miltown Malbay works

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Criticism with the “layers of bureaucracy” in Irish Water have been voiced by North-West Clare councillors, while it has been confirmed that the proposed replacement of the old watermain from Miltown Malbay to Mullagh will commence during the first quarter of 2021.

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‘Self gagging’ leading to rubber stamping by Clare councillors claims Kelly

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*Photograph: Eamon Ward Elected representatives in Clare have said the standing orders in place for meetings of Clare County Council…

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3-5 year estimate for bringing Lisdeen road ‘up to standard’

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*Querrin Pier. “Highly expensive” filling of road drains between Querrin and Doonaha and no history of accidents mean the chances…

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Cameras on roads a possible solution to rural robberies – Kelly

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Use of cameras in towns and villages to monitor traffic would also aid Gardaí in detecting robberies and thefts, Clare’s…

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Money from sale of Liscannor land must be used as intended

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Funds from the sale of Clare County Council owned land to Irish Water in Liscannor must be used for what…

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‘Unacceptable conditions’ at Fanore Beach despite Council review

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Conditions at Fanore Beach remain ‘unacceptable’ despite the completion of a review and management report at the site by Clare…

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‘Experience Clare’ passport a way of increasing county spread of tourists

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*Photograph: Julie Tillett ‘An Experience Clare’ passport is in the pipeline which will encourage tourists to sample the numerous attractions…

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Clare GAA clubs going above and beyond during COVID-19 pandemic

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*Aileen Broderick, Éire Óg assistant secretary, and Antoinette Loftus volunteering during the Covid-19 crisis. In times like these, it important…

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Wait for water mains repair in Miltown Malbay ‘chronic’

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Delays to Clare projects on Irish Water’s mains rehabilitation programme have been labelled as “chronic” in Miltown Malbay. A list…

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