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McKee hoping to return to political office in late 2019

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Mike McKee is expected to return to political office later this year with the Sinn Féin councillor to undergo a medical procedure in the coming weeks.

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McGettigan more disappointed with turnout rather than election result

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*Donna Deirdre McGettigan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Eliminated on the third count of the local elections in the Ennis Municipal District, Donna Deirdre McGettigan was more downbeat with the 51 percent turnout in the constituency as opposed to the outcome.

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McKee determined to lead revival of Shannon if re-elected

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*Cllr Mike McKee Mike McKee winning a seat on Clare County Council was the success story of the 2014 local elections, retaining it is now the challenge for the Shannon representative and his team of canvassers.

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Moran seeks housing allocation unit in Clare

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An audit of the housing allocation system utilised by Clare County Council is being sought by Noeleen Moran.

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Sinn Féin want emergency rent freeze in Clare

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*Violet-Anne Wynne and Donna Deirdre McGettigan.  Sinn Féin representatives in Clare are seeking an emergency rent freeze for three years in the county.

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Car insurance should be pay as you go for young drivers – Naughton

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Young drivers should be able to avail of car insurance on a pay as you method according to Sean Naughton.

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‘Women of Ireland have suffered for too long’ – Cllrs hit out at smear test backlog

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Elected representatives of Clare County Council are the latest to ask their local authority to call on the Minister Health and the Taoiseach to support the Stand4Women campaign.

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‘Fine Gael & Fianna Fáil dominance has not done Clare well’ – Tóibín

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Members of the Clare population who voted to retain the eighth amendment are unrepresented by politicians in the county according to Aontú Leader, Peadar Tóibín. Aontú held their first meeting in the county on Wednesday last where they recruited 25 to 30 members. Speaking to The Clare Echo, Tóibín said he was “delighted” with the…

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Tourists being favoured over locals for houses in North Clare – Moran

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A lack of political representation has resulted in the failure to highlight the shortage of affordable rental accommodation in parts of North Clare, Noeleen Moran has claimed. Moran will contest May’s local elections for Sinn Féin in the Ennistymon electoral area having previously represented the party in the 2014 local and 2016 General elections. At…

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Violet-Anne inspired to run for Council after living in rat-infested house

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Violet-Anne Wynne who herself was “at risk of homelessness” has pledged to be “a voice for the voiceless” if elected to Clare County Council. A confirmed Sinn Féin candidate in the Kilrush area, the mother of five is determined to speak up. “I could bring a hell of a lot and be a voice for…

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