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O’Brien questions benefit of skills audit to older members of Molex workforce

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*Cllr Tony O’Brien. Photograph: Martin Connolly Older employees at Molex may not reap as many benefits as their younger colleagues in the skills audit that is to be carried out among its Shannon workforce, an East Clare councillor has warned.

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Shannon’s Gary helping to set up suicide crisis café

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A Shannon man is playing a leading role in the establishing of an out of hours suicide crisis café.

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Avara staff wait on redundancy

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All 114 employees at Avara have been redundant while the workforce has set up a new company to maintain its supply to pharmaceutical companies.

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Keating inspired by Nelson Mandela with ‘novel’ proposal to tackle housing crisis

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An adopt a family scheme may be trialled to help tackle the housing crisis affecting the entire country.

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Concerns still linger on future of Shannon Community Office

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*The current home of the Citizen Information Bureau & Community Office in Shannon. Shannon’s Citizens Information Bureau will remain open but question marks still remain over the future of the town’s Community Office.

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Remote working to be considered for some of Council’s 970+ staff

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*Clare County Council’s digital hub in Kilrush.  A policy on remote working within Clare County Council is to be prepared for 2020 as the local authority contemplates letting some of its 970 plus staff carry out their daily jobs from hubs across the county and in their own home.

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Job situation in Clare not at crisis point insists Pat Breen

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*Pat Breen. Photograph: Arthur Ellis Clare does not need to apply for a EU globalisation fund in light of accumulated job losses throughout the county, Junior Minister Pat Breen has stated.

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Shannon Airport ‘will emerge from current difficulties’ – Minister Ross

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*Pictured L-R, on the apron at Shannon Airport after viewing construction of the new hangar, Dr Michael Harrty TD, Mary Considine, CEO Shannon Group, Minister Shane Ross, Rose Hynes, Chairman Shannon Group and Ray O’Driscoll, Chief Operating Officer Shannon Group. Photograph: Arthur Ellis. Transport Minister Shane Ross is adamant Shannon Airport ‘will emerge from its…

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Ged continuing to forge excellence in coaching career

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*Ged McNamara. Photograph: Joe Buckley Stonehall’s Ged McNamara is striving to produce Munster players that will rival the best of New Zealand’s offering in years to come as he assumes a new role with the province.

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Shannon flights to Paris & Barcelona taking off in March 2020

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 Aer Lingus are to operate flights from Shannon Airport to Paris and Barcelona commencing in March 2020 in what has been hailed as a massive lift for the International Airport. On Wednesday morning, Aer Lingus executives were in Shannon Airport to unveil the new routes that will see the airline fly four times weekly to…

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