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‘We have tried to innovate’ – Shannon Springs Hotel opt for different approach

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Shannon Spring Hotel, now five years in operation, has managed to successfully navigate the Covid-19 crisis through a number of innovative business ideas such as an extensive takeaway menu, a beer van as well as afternoon tea at home.

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‘In bad times we do not lay people off’ – Expeditors stand by Shannon workforce

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With a motto of not letting go of staff during difficult times, not alone have Expeditors maintained their existing workforce but have added to it over recent months.

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‘Proper air quality and indoor ventilation can lower spread’ says Kilkee councillor as lockdown measures criticised

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A countywide public awareness campaign on the benefits of improved air quality and ventilation in lowering the spread of COVID-19 is needed in Clare, a county councillor has said while criticising the ‘unsustainable’ lockdown approach favoured by the Irish Government.

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Rebecca O’Neill: My top five favourite Irish influencers

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Rebecca O’Neill this week hails the role of positive influencers on Instagram and selects her top five favourite Irish influencers.

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Co-founder of Ei Electronics ‘The Doc’ Mike Byrne bids farewell to the Shannon company

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One of the co-founders of Ei Electronics has bid farewell to the company after 44 years of service.

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DARACH HONAN: 2021 will be a truer test of Brian Lohan as Clare manager

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After the joy of last week’s triumph over Wexford, the Clare hurlers and their supporters suffered the disappointment of a loss to Waterford. This was a game in which we experienced the full range of emotions as Clare’s performance ebbed and flowed after a terrible start.

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Focus on remote working can bring life into derelict Clare properties

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Opportunities arising from COVID-19 will benefit Co Clare in bringing life into derelict properties, the Chief Executive of Clare County Council has stated.

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Lynch & Collins leave Galway Utd as Nugent signs new contract

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Two Clare footballers have left Galway Utd while another has signed a new contract.

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Concession of three first-half goals put us under too much pressure – Lohan

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Clare senior hurling manager, Brian Lohan has lamented the concession of three first-half goals as his charges exited the All-Ireland senior hurling championship.

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REBECCA O’NEILL: Fashion trends in a pandemic

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In her latest column for The Clare Echo, Rebecca O’Neill questions if fashion trends are changing during COVID-19.

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