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Trump to meet Varadkar in Shannon before Doonbeg stay

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Donald Trump’s visit to Co Clare has been confirmed with the President of the United States of America due to arrive in Ireland on June 5th.

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Shannon Airport ‘not getting a fair crack of the whip – PJ Ryan

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*Cllr PJ Ryan. Photograph: Gary Collins It took three attempts for PJ Ryan to win a seat on Clare County Council and at the conclusion of the weekend he is hoping to have retained that seat for the third election in a row.

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‘When I was in a deep dark hole politics kept me going’ – McMahon

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*Cllr Pat McMahon. Photograph: Gary Collins Politics was the never in the plan for Pat McMahon but following the sudden death of his father Andy, he was co-opted to the County Council 45 years ago and hasn’t looked back since.

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King & Queen of Sweden coming to Clare

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Co Clare is to host a royal visit next week.

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Shannon Airport’s challenges ‘killing’ tourism in Clare

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Challenges facing Shannon Airport must be considered in the upcoming tourism strategy to be produced by Clare County Council.

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€77.8m turnover for Shannon Group in 2018

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A fourth consecutive year of growth was recorded by Shannon Group plc in 2018.

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Clare’s ‘badly needed’ tourism strategy to be ready by the autumn

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*A path on the Cliffs of Moher looking over the Aran Islands. Photograph: Julie Tillett ‘A badly needed’ tourism strategy for Co Clare is expected to be ready by the autumn while coach providers visiting the Cliffs of Moher have said a lack of accommodation is preventing them from offering bed nights in the county.

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Storm Hannah leaves it’s mark on Co Clare

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*A damaged garden shed in Newmarket-on-Fergus. Photograph: Paula Carr Whelan Parts of Co Clare remain without power as the clean-up from Storm Hannah continues.

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DAA guilty of ‘undermining’ Shannon Airport

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Unless an aviation policy in Ireland is drafted, Shannon International Airport is at risk of being downgraded “to a regional airport”.

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UN Director General concerned by Shannon’s missing European hub

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*Mr. LI Yong, Director General, UNIDO (centre) pictured during a tour of Shannon Free Zone with (from left): Mr. Shichun Wang, Chief of Cabinet, Office of the Director General; Kevin Thompstone, director, Shannon Chamber; Mr Kai Bethke, director of external relations and Mr. Conan Doyne, external relations expert, UNIDO. Photo: Eamon Ward. Shannon Airport’s struggles…

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