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Children in illegal encampments ‘need more protection & support’

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Support and protection for children living in illegal encampments is lacking according to an elected representative from North Clare.

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Community must have maximum benefit from Carrownagowan Wind Farm as major development progresses

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One of East Clare’s biggest projects has moved a step closer with elected representatives of the local authority approving a planners report for the development of the Carrownagowan Wind Farm.

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Killaloe’s ‘infrastructure deficiencies’ on disability access to be flagged through Mobility Plan

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‘Infrastructure deficiencies’ in the area of disability access across Killaloe will be flagged in an upcoming mobility plan.

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Developer flags concern with sewage system for social housing in Newmarket-on-Fergus

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Social housing units in Newmarket-on-Fergus will be completed two years before a Shannon treatment plant is ready to receive sewage from the houses, a construction representative has cautioned.

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Clubs to decide will it be U-19, U-20 or U-21

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Clare GAA has set up a special committee to liaise with clubs as to what competition should be run for players between 17 and 21.

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Traffic danger outside Bodyke school ‘frightening’

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‘Frightening’ scenes are being witnessed in Bodyke with ‘increasing danger’ in the vicinity of Bodyke national school on a frequent basis.

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West Clare reps call for planning contributions to be lowered in rural areas

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Positive discrimination towards rural Clare in the guise of reduced planning contributions has been put forward by West Clare representatives as a means of tackling population decline.

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History made as Council meeting is chaired remotely

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Clare County Council made history on Tuesday when one of its meetings was chaired for the first time by somebody not physically present at the sitting.

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Higher penalties sought for ignoring disability spots

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Accessibility for all members of the population must form part of the thinking process on the delivery of public services, Clare elected representatives have stated with higher penalties for parking in disability spaces sought.

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Bealkelly to Tuamgraney walking trail viewed as a ‘fantastic asset’ to East Clare

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A 4.5km walking trail in East Clare is set to be finished by the end of November according to local authority officials.

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