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‘Tulla cannot become known for dereliction’

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There are 26 vacant properties within Tulla village and a further 23 in the parish.

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Keating inspired by Nelson Mandela with ‘novel’ proposal to tackle housing crisis

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An adopt a family scheme may be trialled to help tackle the housing crisis affecting the entire country.

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Tulla dereliction is ‘daunting & disgraceful’

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*A vacant property in Tulla. Photograph: Páraic McMahon Derelict houses and empty properties in the heart of Tulla are contributing to “a daunting feeling” for locals and passers by.

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Sixth annual run for A Taste of Lough Derg

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A Taste of Lough Derg’s sixth annual run is taking place throughout the month of September.

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East Clare’s quietest summer in 20 years

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This summer has been the quietest in East Clare in over two decades according to hospitality providers in the region.

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Judging underway in Bunratty & Ennis

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Nerves are kicking in for the communities of Bunratty and Ennis with adjudicating underway today (Tuesday) for the 2019 IPB Pride of Place competition.

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Clodagh living up to the family standards in & outside of the handball alleys

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Few names are more synonymous with Clare handball than the Nash family, the love of the game runs deep in their veins, it’s part of the reason why the continue to give their all in the alley and give back by helping to coach the next generation.

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‘We’re in a time of climate chaos’ – O’Donovan

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*Barry O’Donovan. Photograph: Martin Connolly As the Green Party secured their first seat on Clare County Council since the 2009 election of Brian Meaney, one of their two candidates in the county maintained the elected councillors need to stand up and address ‘climate chaos’.

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Clare Bus ‘essential’ means of travel for social welfare recipients in Tulla

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In a time where public transport is being flagged as one way to deal with climate change, one Clare man will be forced to learn how to drive resulting in an extra car on the road should a contract be signed awarding Limerick Local Link a service operated by Clare Bus for the past sixteen…

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“Would they know where Henchy’s Cross is” – locals upset over Clare Bus controversy

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*A Clare Bus pulls into Scariff. Photograph: Martin Connolly Though her reasons for using Clare Bus have changed over its sixteen years, Maureen Walsh’s appreciation for the “vital” service has not.

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