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Andrew Hamilton

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https://wheretherainfallslifeemerges.blogspot.com/
Andrew has been working in the media in the West of Ireland for more than a decade. During that time he has been shortlisted for many national journalism awards, served as a judge for the Choice Music Prize in 2008 and was part of the nominating panel for the Meteor Ireland Music Awards from 2008 to 2011. He holds an MA in Journalism and Public Relation and a BA in English, Sociology and Politics. He is currently working on his debut novel. A selection of his writings, including a number of short stories can be viewed on Where The Rain Falls at https://wheretherainfallslifeemerges.blogspot.com/ Follow Andrew on twitter: @Andrew_CPeople Contact Andrew on [email protected]

Impact of Brexit on the younger generation

First published in The Clare People Newspaper on February 5, 2019 USUALLY when we have to live with the...

Blake’s Corner solution could be just two years away

A solution to the ongoing traffic disruption at Blake’s Corner in Ennistymon could be in place before the end of 2021 –...

Clare beef farmers fighting for survival

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Clare County Council will not divert funds raised at the Cliffs of Moher Visitors Experience to repair key tourism infrastructure in the...

Grease Lightnin’

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Streets of Lahinch to be Irish Open party zone

THE streets of Lahinch could be transformed into Europe’s biggest party zone during the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open this July.

An Irish solution won’t solve an Irish problem

IT’D be a grand little country if it wasn’t for the ISTAIP and all the rain. The ISTAIP? You know it, it’s...

Massive jump in numbers signing on around the county

The number of people signing on the live register in Clare has jumped dramatically, with an increase of just under 200 people...

Labour take the local election stage

The Labour Party has finally entered the local election reckoning in Clare, with Seamus Ryan confirmed as the party’s candidate in the...

A shocking discovery in North East Clare

A DOG WALKER out and about in Turkenagh Bog in North-East Clare early on Monday morning was met with a shocking find,...

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