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Christmas tree believed to have caused pub fire

A Christmas tree is believed to have sparked a fire that damaged a pub in Co Clare early on Tuesday morning.

M18 closed following collisions

The M18 motorway connecting counties Clare and Galway has been closed in both directions following at least two multi-vehicle collisions.

Clonlara get their hands on some silverware

Clonlara ended a seven year wait to claim the Clare Cup with a late goal from Cian Moriarity sealing their win over Crusheen.

Christy’s exhibition is Canada bound

County Clare photographer and traditional musician Christy McNamara's latest work will be the subject of an exhibition and a series of concerts in Toronto, Canada, from the 3rd to 13th of November.

Ballyea book semi-final spot

Ballyea reached the semi-final of the Canon Hamilton for the first time since 2013 after a flawless individual performance from Tony Kelly.

Crusheen edge past the Tones

Crusheen advanced to the quarter-finals of the Clare SHC with a narrow three point victory over Wolfe Tones.

Changes in the Killaloe Diocese

Several changes were announced in the Diocese of Killaloe prior to the appointment of Fr Fintan Monahan as Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly’s successor.

Pre-school providers in Clare receive €156k in funding

Twenty six pre-school facilities in Co Clare have received capital funding to the value of €156,000.
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