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Charities rallying together

FOUR Ennis-based charities will share the funds raised through the Rallying Together 4 Clare Charities fundraising campaign.

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CYMS Community Hall offer withdrawn

AN offer by Ennis Parish to give the CYMS Community Hall to Ennis Town Council has been withdrawn.

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Big swap for Fairtrade products

ENNIS businesses are being encouraged to stock more Fairtrade products.

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Tenders being advertised for controversial youth centre

THE dispute between the residents of the Cloughleigh Road and Ennis Town Council over the proposed location of the Ennis Youth and Community Building took another twist this week when the council advertised for tenders for the construction of the building.

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Three turn up to headshop protest

DESPITE an ongoing media focus on the ever-increasing number of headshops opening throughout the country, only three people turned up at a protest organised by Sinn Féin at the Harmonisation Headshop on Woodquay this week.All three protesters were involved in organising the protest and voiced their disappointment at the apparent complacency of the general public towards headshops.Seán Hayes of Ógra Sinn Féin said that they expected more people to join their protest. “We are disappointed that more people did not turn up. There is still a level of complacency and a lack of understanding about headshops and the products on sale in them and we want the risks highlighted so that people, including parents of teenagers and young adults, will be aware of what is available legally in shops nowadays,” Mr Hayes said.He believes that the matter is a “tragedy waiting to happen”. “It is only a matter of time before someone sustains a long-term effect or even dies from …

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A good hair day for record-breaking barber

AN Ennis barber is likely to take his place in the Guinness Book of Records for shaving 60 heads in 60 minutes in a nationwide charity fundraiser.

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Gort Road businesses take on the elements

ADVERSITY can strengthen bonds and that has been the case at the Gort Road Business Park over the last few months.

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A little bit of magic for Nepalese health centre project

AN Ennis medical student is heading up a voluntary organisation that is planning to begin construction on a new healthcare centre in a Nepalese village this summer.

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