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Upcoming change to veterinary medicine regulations ‘more unneeded bureaucracy for farmers’

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Farmers are being hit with “more unneeded bureaucracy” with calls for a derogation allowing veterinary medicines to be sold without prescription for use on food-producing animals set to cease.

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Better lighting needed for visitors to Kilrush graveyard

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Kilrush residents visiting the graves of their loved ones have put the need for additional street lighting in the West Clare town back into focus.

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Council to abandon Ballinsheen road in Lisdoonvarna

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Clare County Council have began the process of taking in one Liscannor road and abandoning an equivalent in Lisdoonvarna.

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‘Door slammed in the face’ of Carrigaholt, Cooraclare & Doolin in attempts to improve wastewater infrastructure

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Frustration is hitting fever pitch in two West Clare communities over the absence of adequate sewerage and wastewater treatment plants despite decades of efforts to rectify the matter.

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Children in illegal encampments ‘need more protection & support’

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Support and protection for children living in illegal encampments is lacking according to an elected representative from North Clare.

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Talty slams ‘dead in the water’ LIS as he predicts backlog will take two decades to clear

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A Government scheme providing funding for local authorities to carry out improvement works on private and non-publicly maintained roads has been brandished as “not fit for purpose” by a North Clare councillor.

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‘Young people dying because people aren’t there to listen to them’ – stronger mental health supports sought for Ennis Hospital

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A lack of facilities to aid the treatment of mental health are increasing the amount of young people dying, a Clare councillor has claimed. A lack of facilities to aid the treatment of mental health are increasing the amount of young people dying, a Clare councillor has claimed.

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Historic Carrigaholt Castle ‘can be grade-A heritage project’

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A West Clare castle rooted in history has the potential to become a “grade A” heritage project.

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Council issue formal apology for involvement in County Clare Nursery

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An apology has been issued by Clare County Council for its role in the operation of the county’s only Mother and Baby Home, 89 years on from its closure.

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Ennistymon hard plastics station led to increase in illegal dumping

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Misuse and an increase in illegal dumping in Ennistymon led to the removal of a hard plastics station.

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