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Blueway Plan under consideration for Shannon Estuary

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Discussions are underway surrounding the development of a Blueway Plan for the Shannon Estuary.

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Shannon will host men’s and ladies inter pros in 2021

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Established in 1966 Shannon golf course which was designed by John D. Harris has been tested by golfers from all over the world including European professionals and a host of US stars.

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Estuary Way Café brings new life to Ballynacally

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ESTUARY Way Café is the newest gem on Clare’s Shannon Estuary – the result of a community effort to make Ballynacally a more attractive place to live and visit.

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‘Mini marina’ for Labasheeda would spread Clare’s tourism offering

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Clare’s longest serving councillor has led the call for the creation of a “mini marina” in Labasheeda.

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Labasheeda chosen for paint scheme

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Labasheeda is to get the treatment afforded to Lahinch, Liscannor and Ennistymon last year as it has been chosen for the paint scheme administered by Clare County Council.

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Safe landing for Clare’s newest white-tailed eagles

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East Clare has welcomed its newest residents with a group of white-tailed eagles arriving earlier this week.

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‘This cannot gather dust’ -Shannon masterplan due for October completion

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Shannon’s latest masterplan must not become a document that gathers dust on a shelf and represents “the last chance” to plan the future of the town.

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Kilrush RNLI appeal for public to follow restrictions following Shannon Estuary rescue

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A five year old girl that was swept out to sea along the Shannon Estuary was rescued carefully by members of the Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue 115 and the Kilrush RNLI on Thursday afternoon.

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‘Red tape’ preventing greater cleaning of rivers in Clare

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Frustration has been voiced with “the red tape” that has limited the amount of cleaning done in Clare rivers since the beginning of the year.

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Charting the early sightings of dolphins in the Shannon Estuary

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One of the earliest research trips examining the activity of dolphins in the Shannon Estuary took place in 1993.

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