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TII pressed to introduce traffic calming at dangerous Darragh junction

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TII should not wait for the “next fatality” before introducing safety measures on the N68 at Darragh, an elected representative of Clare County Council has stated.

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Ennis school equated to Dunkirk

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Activity at one of Clare’s largest primary schools has been equated with scenes from Dunkirk.

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Lack of pedestrian access from Shannon Traveller site ‘a sad indictment’ of Council

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Shannon councillors have appealed for safe pedestrian access to be put in place from a traveller housing estate to the town centre.

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Mayor Murphy encouraged to become the cycling Mayor

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For the second time in his political career, Cllr Paul Murphy (FG) has been elected Mayor of the Ennis Municipal District.

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Council land may be used as lay bys for rural bus stops

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Council owned land is potentially going to be used as an additional lay bys to ease the access to public…

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‘If we were in Mayo we’d get €280m for it’ – Talty critical of N85 delay

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*A section of the N85 at Inagh.  Consultants for works along the N85 from Ennis to Ennistymon are to be…

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Arbitration & bats cause slight delay to Killaloe Bridge & Bypass

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Conversations in parts of East Clare on the long awaited Killaloe Bypass are a daily occurrence, landowners using their right…

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Speed limit changes putting future of West Clare at risk

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Recent alterations to the speed limit along a 43km stretch of road from Kilrush to Ennis described as “the main…

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Miltown Malbay ‘written off the map’

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An absence of signs directing motorists to Miltown Malbay has been done deliberately to ‘write the West Clare town off…

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Lack of adequate signage for Clarecastle an ‘anomoly’

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Greater signage for Clarecastle would give tourists “a full vista” of the county.

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