Sinn Féin’s only sitting councillor in Clare will not be contesting the next General Election.
Following last Monday’s decision by members of Clare County Council to increase the local property tax by fifteen percent, Sinn Féin have hit out at the move describing it as “an unjust tax on the family home”.
As the fight for better medical services across the Mid-West intensifies, a number of community health campaigns have merged together.
Clare farmers will have the opportunity to discuss their concerns with the EU/Mercosur Trade Deal at a public meeting in Kilrush on Wednesday night.
Co Clare is in the grip “of a problem gambling crisis” according to Sinn Féin members in the county.
206 children in Clare are waiting for child psychology appointments, figures from the end of May have revealed.
Shannon’s Sinn Féin branch has requested a meeting with local Gardaí to discuss current policing in the town.
*Noeleen Moran. Targeted investment is needed in primary and community care in Clare with large inequalities in the county’s supply of health and social care highlighted in a report from the ESRI.
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.
*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.