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Joe Ó Muircheartaigh

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Joe Ó Muircheartaigh graduated from University College Dublin in 1989 with a degree in history and politics. After completing a Diploma in Journalism at The College of Commerce, Rathmines in 1991, he embarked on a career in journalism. Joe spent four years with Clare FM from 1992 and was with The Clare Champion from 1996 to 2005. He has won two McNamee Awards for GAA journalism and has published two books. Contact Joe on [email protected]

Culture Night in Clare

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Reel plays tunes in Ennis

Renowned singer song-writer from Armagh, Ben Reel, makes the journey to Clare this weekend to play two gigs as part of a promotional tour...

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