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‘Rediscovered communities’ highlight need for localised exercise facilities

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Living in ‘lockdown’ has reacquainted the people of Clare with the area where they reside and has highlighted the need for investment in communities.

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Drivers ‘missing the turn for Tulla’

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“Poor signage” along the R352 has been blamed as having an impact on the local Tulla economy as people are…

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East Clare signage by Lough Cutra ‘vandalised & outdated’

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Clare elected representatives have requested directional signage for parts of the county be updated at Lough Cutra by Galway County…

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‘Fabulous scenery’ of Lough Derg causing dangerous driving in Ogonnelloe

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Lough Derg’s “fabulous scenery” is causing traffic concerns in Ogonnelloe.

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Mass-goers in Mountshannon annoyed with missing path & ponding water

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Mountshannon mass-goers are unhappy with a missing footpath in between housing developments opposite the childcare centre.

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Burke requests section of road by back-gate to be included on roadworks programme

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*Cllr Pat Burke. Photograph: Gary Collins A section of road on land owned by one East Clare councillor is to…

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Scariff businesses ‘at risk of closing due to lack of parking’

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*Photograph: Eoin O’Hagan.  Parking has been highlighted as “a serious problem” in Scariff with businesses flagging that they may have…

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Kilkishen speeding ‘getting worse’

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Speeding problems in Kilkishen “are getting worse”, elected representatives have warned with some “near-misses” in the village recently.

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Late 2022 still the target for completion of Killaloe Bypass

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Approved by An Bord Pleanála in early 2013, late 2022 is the envisaged completion date for the Killaloe Bypass.

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Patience required when Mountshannon works commence

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Overlay works due to take place in Mountshannon between July and September will require patience and co-operation from locals, Cllr…

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