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Spaceman Al wows Shannon schoolchildren

Spaceman Al wows Shannon schoolchildren

Forty five years after his historic flight to the moon on board Apollo 15, astronaut Al Worden visited St Aiden’s NS in Shannon with the very positive message for the children that they should do what they love in school and one day they too can have their dreams fulfilled. Colonel Worden was one of three crew on board the Apollo 15 lunar mission in 1971.
On his arrival at St Aidan... (Read More)

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Clare News
Construction industry can add 75,000 jobs by 2020 given the right conditions

Construction industry can add 75,000 jobs by 2020 given the right conditions

Social Justice Ireland wants focus on poor

Social Justice Ireland wants focus on poor

Construction Industry Federation claims 75,000 jobs could be created, 25,000 houses a year built and infrastructure projects worth over €26 billion delivered by the construction, if a supportive policy framework is in place.
 &nbs... (Read More)

Why are 1.3 million people experiencing deprivation in Ireland not a Budget priority? That’s the question now being asked by Dr Seán Healy, director of Social Justice Ireland.
    According to Dr Healy 1.3 millio... (Read More)

Dooley opposes possible health service cuts in Clare

Fianna Fáil deputy Timmy Dooley has voiced his concern at possible reductions to the ShannonDoc and Rapid Response Ambulance services in Clare.
     Responding to reports that ShannonDoc may reduce services in rural Clare, Deputy Dooley said this must be opposed. If funding is an issue, he sa... (Read More)

No community environmental warden based in Shannon Municipal District

At a time when litter is becoming increasingly noticeable, Clare County Council employs community wardens in just three of the four municipal districts, the exception being the Shannon Municipal District.
    The matter was highlighted by a motion from independent councillor PJ Ryan calling for the ... (Read More)

Minister Pat Breen welcomes free scheme for people struggling with mortgage arrears

A new nationwide Mortgage Arrears Resolution Service, to be known as Abhaile, will help at-risk homeowners in Clare who are in mortgage arrears, says Minister for Employment and Small Business Pat Breen.
    Launched recently by Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald and Minister for Social Protection, ... (Read More)

Councillors debate traffic calming measures

The incongruity of having traffic calming measures on the main N20 road in the town of Buttevant while requests for similar measures in Clare housing estates are regularly rejected, was discussed at the recent Shannon Municipal District meeting.
    Fine Gael councillor John Crowe called for traffic... (Read More)

31,570 euro allocated for next Community Grants Scheme

Payments have been made to 47 of the 52 projects awarded community grants by Shannon Municipal District councillors. Two projects have confirmed they will not be taking the money, the status of another two are unknown and one project submitted the requested completion documents after the deadline.
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Features And Commentary
At Your Service returns to The Goalpost

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Clare communities reap Tidy Towns awards

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Pat Daly succeeds John Crowe to lead AILG

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Bluegrass Music Festival returns to Bunratty

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Clare Sports News
Thrilling football final encounter ends in stalemate

Thrilling football final encounter ends in stalemate

Reprieve for Blues as Kilmaley go down
Clonlara and Ballyea to meet in final

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