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Crowe’s stores hit consistently by ‘professional criminals’

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A family run chain of stores in South-East Clare have been victims to a sustained series of robberies by a “professional” outfit.

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Increase in Clare podcast producers during COVID-19

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Global podcast consumption went up 42% between March and April of this year while an increase in the amount of Clare people producing their own podcasts has also been noted.

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Experienced duo McMahon & Morey return to Clare squad

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Two of Clare’s most experienced camogie players have rejoined the county panel ahead of the start of the All-Ireland championship next weekend.

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‘Virtually impossible’ for community groups to get insurance for playgrounds

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Community groups are finding it “virtually impossible” to secure insurance for new playgrounds.

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Clare interest aplenty as Rathoath claim Meath title

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There was a lot of Clare interest in last Sunday’s Meath senior football final between Ratoath and Gael Colmcille from Kells.

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Crowe pleased as Bridge move closer to neighbours on roll of honour list

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Tim Crowe was involved with Sixmilebridge as they claimed their first ever senior championship in 1977, the retired PE teacher was in the role of manager as The Bridge collected their fifteenth title overcoming O’Callaghans Mills by eight points.

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‘A disaster for Shannon’ – Clare councillors speak out against calls to put Airport back under DAA’s control

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Strong opposition has been voiced by Clare councillors on the possibility of the DAA getting back involved with Shannon Airport.

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Failure to win back to back titles would have been held against us – Paidi Fitz

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Paidi Fitzpatrick won his fifth Clare SHC medal on Sunday but he surmised that their 2020 campaign was the only one that has finished on a high thus far.

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Mills ‘just didn’t perform on the day’ laments O’Donnell

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Understandably O’Callaghans Mills coach Donach O’Donnell was disappointed with the result of Sunday’s Clare senior hurling final and he didn’t hide that disappointment when reflecting on the contest shortly after the final whistle.

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Sixmilebridge in a strong position to build on success – winning captain Fahy

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For Sixmilebridge goalkeeper Derek Fahy, the team’s joint captain, Sunday’s championship victory was “a very proud moment”.

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