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Electronic waste expected to rise by 21% in 2018

A new report to be published by the University of Limerick will highlight the quantities of e-waste being generated in the country over the next five years.

New agreement to boost Mid-West start-ups and SMEs

A new collaboration is to provide start-up businesses and small enterprises with access to world class research.

Fleadh organisers very appy to make use of Ennis...

The Fleadh Committee is utilising all the advantages of its Ennis location, including the information technology strength of the town.

Snapchat to bring out Clare filter as Gaeilge

A new competition has been launched by Conradh na Gaeilge which will see a Snapchat Geofilter created for Co Clare.

Digital Champion welcomes call to introduce coding to primary...

The possibility of integrating coding to the primary school curriculum has been praised by Ireland’s Digital Champion, David Puttnam.
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Dooley sets out vision for ‘Mobile Island’

Clare TD Timmy Dooley spoke in the Dáil this week about his party’s ambition for Ireland to become a mobile island.

Willie Clancy features on rare recordings

To coincide with the Willie Clancy Summer School taking place in West Clare this week, Clare County Library has announced the addition of three traditional Irish music collections to its extensive online database.

A quarter of Clare teens on Tinder

Twenty four percent of Clare teenagers are signed up to Tinder, a dating mobile app.
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