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Bollard to be erected at Killaloe Footbridge following weekend incident

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Signage improvements are to be introduced in Killaloe after a motorist got his vehicle stuck on a footbridge in the East Clare town on Sunday.

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Delay to some championship games to allow Cratloe recover from COVID-19

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Knockout clashes in the Clare SFC and IFC will proceed this weekend except the meeting of Cratloe and Clondegad.

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Abandoned boats impacting on local access to Mountshannon Harbour

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Abandoned boats are making Mountshannon Harbour unsightly, local representatives have claimed.

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‘Hazardous’ trees to be removed from Killaloe estate

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Two trees which are blocking sight lines are to be removed from a Killaloe housing estate.

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Burke puts down the hatchet as he becomes Deputy Mayor

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In the space of a matter of hours, Cllr Pat Burke’s (FG) tenure as Cathaoirleach of the Killaloe Municipal District concluded and he also became Deputy Mayor of Clare for the second time.

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Hayes ‘honoured’ to become Killaloe MD Cathaoirleach

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Former Mayor of Clare, Cllr Pat Hayes (FF) has been elected as Cathaoirleach of the Killaloe Municipal District.

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‘Local businesses are the backbone of our economy’ – calls made for commercial rates to be frozen

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A freeze of commercial rates in Co Clare is needed to allow businesses preserve their future, elected representatives have said.

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Quin & Feakle chosen for paint scheme

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Two East Clare villages have been selected to benefit from the 2020 paint scheme in the Killaloe Municipal District.

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‘Self gagging’ leading to rubber stamping by Clare councillors claims Kelly

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*Photograph: Eamon Ward Elected representatives in Clare have said the standing orders in place for meetings of Clare County Council…

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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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