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‘Ambitious management & panel looking to do a good job for the county’ – Lohan

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Clare senior hurling manager Brian Lohan has committed to “working closely” with clubs to guarantee they have adequate access to county panellists in 2020.

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Joe Robbins reflects on 20 years of CareerWise

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*Joe Robbins. Photograph: Eamon Ward As far as sporting administration is concerned, Joe Robbins is one of the county’s most colourful characters but he is also the founder of a business that has withstood three recessions and a tech bubble.

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Almost €5m spent on Caherlohan

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€4.8m has been spent to date on Clare GAA’s Centre of Excellence, Caherlohan with Chairman Joe Cooney hopeful of further development there.

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‘A lot of pain in Kildysart team’ – McMahon

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It’s his first year on the Kildysart intermediate panel but Emmet McMahon is well aware of the heartbreak suffered by the club on big days.

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Pence’s trip to Clare hurtful for LGBTQ community

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*Vice President of the United States of America Mr Mike Pence and his wife Second Lady Karen Pence are greeted by Rose Hynes, Chairman Shannon Group with Tanaiste Simon Coveney TD, Ambassador Dan Mulhall and Mayor of Clare Cllr Cathal Crowe TD on his arrival at Shannon Airport today. Pic Arthur Ellis. Clare’s first openly…

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Critics of Irish health service don’t know what poor is – ex Ennis hospital manager

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*The Learning for Lives Ghana team with just some of the local cohort of Trainers and Super Trainers in Wa, Upper West Ghana. A three year effort aimed at developing emergency skills for community healthcare workers in Ghana delivered by UL Hospitals Group and UL had a Clare man to the fore of the crucial…

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Make Kilkee Plastic Free setting the path for others to follow

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Not alone does Make Kilkee Plastic Free do what it says on the tin but also reminds the people of Ireland that it’s residents are proud of their environment and what the area represents.

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Public support key to developing Milford Care Centre

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*Joe Murphy, chairperson of the Harvest Fair Committee and Chairperson of the board of Milford Care Centre and Pat Quinlan, chief executive, Milford Care Centre celebrate the launch of the Milford Hospice Harvest Fair 2019 with Anne Marie Hayes and Melissa Purcell, Milford Care Centre fundraising department, Jacko the Clown, Mickey Mouse and local children.…

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Acquiring new skills considered important by Shannon workforce

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*Pictured at the Mid-West Regional Skills Forum event held in Ei Electronics, Shannon (sitting l-r): Peter Murphy, Ei Electronics; Helen Downes, Shannon Chamber and Joe Leddin, Mid-West Regional Skills Forum. Standing (l-r): Padraic McElwee, LEO, Clare; Patricia Haugh and Eimear Brophy, Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board; Carmel O’Dwyer, University of Limerick; Veronica Walsh,…

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Lohan leading tour of Croke Park on Sunday

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*Pictured at Drimnagh Castle in Dublin today, Clare’s Brian Lohan. Photograph: David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile  Clare may not be competing on either of the All-Ireland SHC semi-finals but in the hours before Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford take on Tipperary, his former team-mate Brian Lohan will be leading a tour of the stadium.

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