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O’Briensbridge Riverside Walk reopens

30 April 2019

O’Briensbridge Riverside Walk has been fully reopened to the public after Clare County Council completed necessary safety works on the main bridge that crosses the River Shannon in the village.  

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Buyer event showcases Clare’s emerging food producers

29 April 2019

Exciting, up and coming Clare-based producers such as Chapel Gate Irish Whiskey Co, Inagh Farmhouse Cheese and Wilde Irish Chocolates will join producers from all over Ireland at the Local Enterprise Office (LEO) ‘Meet the Buyer’ event taking place on ‘The Street’ at Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) on Thursday, 23 May 2019.

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Local Enterprise Office Clare makes significant impact in first 5 years

18 April 2019

Photo: Padraic McElwee, Head of Enterprise, Local Enterprise Office Clare  and Liam Conneally, Director of Economic Development, Clare County Council in the centre, pictured with Minister Pat Breen T.D. on the left (Minister for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection), Minister Heather Humphreys T.D. (Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation) and Mark Christal of Enterprise Ireland in Russborough House, Wicklow, to celebrate 5 Years of the Local Enterprise Offices.

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120 years of Clare County Council is marked

8 April 2019

At its April Monthly Meeting this evening (Monday, 08 April 2019), Clare County Council marked the 120th anniversary of the first ever meeting of the Local Authority which took place in the Grand Jury Rooms of Ennis Courthouse on 22 April 1899.

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Local Elections 2019

4 April 2019

The Local Elections 2019 will take place on the 24th May, 2019. Polling stations will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. A total of 51 candidates will contest the election.

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Becoming a Candidate

4 April 2019

A candidate may nominate himself or herself or may, with the candidate’s consent, be nominated by a proposer. A proposer must be registered as a local government elector in the local electoral area of the local authority for which he or she proposes to nominate the candidate. 

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