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Monday, December 5, 2016

Clare teachers: ‘We want to go back to school too’

THOUSANDS of Clare secondary school students face further disruption and unrest this week as eight of our county's secondary schools remain closed indefinitely. Clare's ASTI...

‘Aer Lingus are shafting us’

AER Lingus are shafting Shannon Aiport and by definition the tourism interests of the Mid-West region according to Clare TD Timmy Dooley. The Fianna...

Beauty and the Beach

Liam MacNamara has been walking the shores of north Clare his entire live. From Fanore down as far as Quilty, there are few who...

Anthony Foley the grassroots GAA man

MANY times I’ve kicked around that ‘political’ football/sliotar that has been known to hover around the high stool — the great unanswered question of...

Serious concerns voiced over proposed Knockanean school

CLARE County Council has “serious concerns” over the proposed development of a new primary school on the outskirts of Ennis amid worries over traffic...

Lee’s Road facility could be renamed

CLARE’S county councillors have weighed in with strong support on a proposal to have Lee’s Road Sports Facility renamed John O’Sullivan Park. At yesterday’s monthly...

Lawyer believes Nugent family ‘will get the truth’

THE lawyer appointed by the family of tragic Clare man Patrick Nugent believes they ‘will get the truth’ on what happened to Patrick on...

Lottloland freeze Euromillions tickets at €2

EuroMillions players will know the cost of each ticket has risen from €2.00 to €2.50, a significant 25% increase on the cost of each...

Thieves clean out the Cliffs of Moher

An organised and sophisticated gang is suspected of masterminding a burglary at one of Clare’s leading tourist attractions in the early hours of yesterday...

Farmers Market traders spurn council offer to use Market Building

THE Ennis Farmers Market will remain in Roslevan — despite attempts made by the County Council to bring the popular market back to its...