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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]

Sean runs away with top honours

THE cream of Clare athletics gathered in the Auburn Lodge on Friday night last for the annual Clare Athletic Association awards when award winners...

The 19th with Joe O’Muircheartaigh

AS of going to print on Monday night the goodship county board hadn’t yet decided when the Special Convention of Clare GAA will...

Ryan relishing St Pats move

Ennis man David Ryan as he aims to secure the goalkeeper’s jersey for Premier Division side St Patrick’s Athletic. Ryan signed for last season’s FAI...

Lees Road Track yet to reach the finish line

THE chairman of the Clare Athletics Association has called for funding to be made available to local authorities to ensure that the Lees Road...

The loneliness of the long distance runner

“Mission accomplished. Two ultras (Longford & Dingle) in six days, two wins and a European Number 1 ranking over 50 miles. Not a bad...

Planning for future

AS the contest for the chairmanship of the Clare County Board enters its final phase, both candidates have this week stepped forward and pledged...

Leftfield with Joe O’Muircheartaigh

MANY years ago I interviewed a man from Fanore with the surname of O’Driscoll about his life and times at war. His war was...

Have our politicians lost touch with life beyond the Naas dual-carriageway?

OFF we traipsed, or in this case trained to Dublin to hear the big announcement about the futures of both Shannon Airport and Shannon...

5,000 jobs on the radar

FIVE thousand new jobs can be created in Shannon by 2018 as Clare’s international airport finally prepares to free itself from the shackles of...

Ennis’s bilingual town hopes boosted

CLARE’S hopes of gaining bilingual status from the Department of the Gaeltacht have been boosted significantly this week on the back the 2011 National...