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Action needed in Broadford & Cooraclare before it’s too late

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Public bodies need to start delivering for villages such as Broadford and Cooraclare before it is too late, one elected representative of Clare County Council has warned.

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Property tax increases in Clare by maximum amount

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Clare’s local property tax is to increase by fifteen percent following a vote by elected members on Monday evening.

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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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Avara workers ‘totally & utterly abused by management’

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Staff at Avara in Shannon “are being totally and utterly abused by management” in their attempts to secure a fair redundancy package.

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Killaloe & Ballina communities rallying together following recent suicides

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Community groups and personnel in the Killaloe and Ballina area are rallying together following the tragic deaths of two young men in recent weeks.

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Honorary Consul of France holds meeting with Clare delegation at Shannon Airport

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Securing flights from Shannon Airport to Paris plus encouraging French business to set up in the Mid-West post Brexit were among the key issues discussed between a Clare contingent and the Honorary Consul of France. 

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Shannon Airport “completely abandoned” by Irish Government

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“A change in policy and mindset” is needed to lead to a greater use of Shannon Airport which one elected representative of Clare County Council felt has been “completely abandoned”.

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Outpouring of tributes for the late great Brendan Grace

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Tributes from all over the world have been paid to Brendan Grace who died on Wednesday night.

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Murphy gets most Board appointments of all Clare councillors

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*Cllr Paul Murphy. Photograph: Eamon Ward Clarecastle councillor, Paul Murphy will sit on the most boards and committees of all twenty eight elected members of Clare County Council for the next five years.

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Tributes paid to the gentle, honest & dignified Peter Considine

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*Peter Considine pictured with Mary Coote Ryan at the final meeting of the Ennis Town Council in May 2014. Photograph: Paschal Brooks  Peter Considine was remembered as a gentle, fair, honest, sage dignified man as well as a adoring husband, father and grandfather who played a central role in the development of a hotel in…

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