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Ryanair to increase Shannon to Manchester service

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Ryanair are to increase the frequency of their Shannon Airport to Manchester service.

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‘I found politics very frustrating’ – Dr Michael Harty

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He was the standout story from the 2016 General Election in Clare but Dr Michael Harty has confirmed he will not be seeking re-election to Dáil Éireann.

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‘They’re gunning for you’ – US & Iran conflict last of Doonbeg locals worries

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*Doonbeg. Photograph: Martin Connolly Trump Doonbeg and Shannon Airport are not potential targets amid the growing conflict between the US and Iran, the Iranian Ambassador to Ireland has confirmed.

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‘Unbelievable’ damage at Doonbeg following Storm Brendan

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“Unbelievable” damage affected sand dunes in Doonbeg with several flights cancelled at Shannon Airport and power outages this week all as a result of Storm Brendan.

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Michael McNamara bids to win back Dáil seat

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*Michael McNamara. Photograph: Martin Connolly Former Labour TD, Michael McNamara has entered the General Election race as an Independent candidate.

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Renaming Mid-West as the Shannon region would benefit Airport & tourism

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To bring more promotional benefits to the area the Mid-West region needs to be renamed the Shannon region, one councillor has stated.

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Lack of bus routes preventing more visitors coming to Clare

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More integrated bus services are required in Clare to boost tourism and improve ease of access for rural residents, an elected representative has stated.

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Turbulent year for the Shannon Airport Rainfall Radar

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Long-term outages at the Shannon Airport Rainfall Radar have been attributed to overheating, positioning and power failures.

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Early stages of Considine’s Shannon reign ‘healthy’ – Bohan

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Mary Considine’s first two months as CEO of Shannon Group have been described as “healthy” according to the man whose house is the nearest dwelling to Shannon Airport.

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‘We now know the price of everything & the value of nothing’ – Fr Harry Bohan

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*Fr Harry Bohan. Photograph: Eamon Ward A leading Clare sociologist has warned that the lack of regional development in Ireland is fracturing “the concept of society” within the country.

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