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Preparations underway for inaugural East Clare Christmas Fayre

THE finishing touches are being made ahead of the highly-anticipated first-ever East Clare Christmas Fayre in a bid to raise crucial funds for Tuamgraney National School. Taking place this Saturday, December 8, in Scariff Community College...

BREAKING: Crowe and McInerney join Dooley on the Fianna Fáil ticket in Clare

East Clare councillor, Cathal Crowe, and Doonbeg businesswoman, Rita McInerney have both been added to the Fianna Fáil ticket for the upcoming general election in Clare. The party's National Constituencies Committee confirmed this morning, October...

The Third Act – A Plan to just Survive or Thrive

Entering the Third Act, introduces new considerations for planning for your senior years. Heretofore your priority may have been your children, siblings or your own aging parents but now as your own seniority looms...

Senior Times – Preparing for incapacity

Mental incapacity arises and planning for it ensures there are plans in place and a designated person appointed to care for you, make the health and financial decisions for you in your senior years with...

HURLING: Ten reasons Clare should prevail over Galway

  1 IT’S all in the date, you see. The date that tells us that Clare can and will win this All-Ireland semi-final. All you have to do is be a disciple of the power of...

HURLING: Cousins set to clash the ash in Croker

YOU could say that they’re both on the edge of the Burren — Shane O’Donnell near the outcrop of the place that is the Rocky Road up near Ballybeg; Conor Whelan next door to...

HURLING: Local rivalries renewed for Clare manager

WHEN Gerry O’Connor thinks Galway of course his mind focuses on the task at hand this Saturday — the huge challenge of facing down the team that have swept all before them in the...

Accidents Do Happen – What to do when they do

Accidents At Work  The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Acts 2005 and 2010 set out the rights and obligations of both employers and employees and provides for substantial fines and penalties for breaches of...

CYCLING: Junior Tour of Ireland – Stage 6 & Overall

South African Rickardo Broxham held off the advances of Magnus Sheffield and his Hot Tubes team to claim overall victory in the Junior Tour of Ireland in Ennis today. Having held the yellow jersey in...

CYCLING: Junior Tour of Ireland – Stage 5

The penultimate stage of the Junior Tour of Ireland saw a big shake up in the general classification today, including a new overall leader. For the second day running, Luke Lamperti (Team Swift) was...

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