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Local submission ‘may delay’ Tulla social housing

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*Photograph: Tulla Tidy Towns A planned delivery of 22 social housing units in Tulla is facing a potential delay.

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‘Unbelievable’ damage at Doonbeg following Storm Brendan

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“Unbelievable” damage affected sand dunes in Doonbeg with several flights cancelled at Shannon Airport and power outages this week all as a result of Storm Brendan.

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‘Social housing residents should not be pulled from rural areas’

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*Social housing in Feakle.  Up to 150 dwellings in six different parts of Clare are being investigated for ownership to determine future uses.

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Tulla seek financial return for clubs hosting summer camps

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Clare GAA have warned that a motion passed by Tulla GAA club could hamper the amount of students getting part-time coaching jobs during the summer months.

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Motion to limit tenure of County Board delegates defeated

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*Clonbony delegates at the Clare GAA Convention. Photograph: John Mangan GAA club delegates in Clare will not be subject to a maximum five year tenure, as a Tulla motion was overwhelmingly defeated.

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CSSL mulling over possibility of purchasing grounds at Ballycasey

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Discussions are ongoing about the possibility of the Clare Schoolboys/Schoolgirls League (CSSL) acquiring the former home of Newtown FC to use as their own grounds.

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CSSL refute Tulla’s claims that League has sidelined Denis Hynes

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*Denis Hynes. Photograph: Martin Connolly Concern was expressed by club delegates at the AGM of the Clare Schoolboys/Schoolgirls Soccer League (CSSL) regarding Denis Hynes’ absence from the meeting.

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Clubs reject motion for Clare GAA to sell Clareabbey & move to Caherlohan

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*Delegates at the 2019 Clare GAA Convention. Photograph: John Mangan A request for Clare GAA to sell its offices at Clareabbey and establish Caherlohan as its base has been rejected by club delegates.

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McInerney to captain Clare in Munster Hurling League opener

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*Tulla’s David McInerney. Photograph: Martin Connolly David McInerney will captain the Clare senior hurlers for the first time when Brian Lohan’s men begin their Munster Senior Hurling League campaign away to All-Ireland champions, Tipperary on Sunday.

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Being Chairman of Clare Camogie ‘very rewarding’ – O’Donnell

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*Joe O’Donnell. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Aiming to secure increased funding for Clare Camogie’s county grounds is the goal for Joe O’Donnell as he enters his second year as Chairperson of the organisation.

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