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Tough choices ahead for Labour

Gilmore’s Labour can smell blood. Buoyed by positive poll results they are planning their rise to power and realising that their pool of potentially electable candidates is not as deep or as rich as they might wish it to be.

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Drug-driving increase in Clare

IN a week where research presented at the Road Safety Authority (RSA) Annual Lecture on Road Safety revealed that drug-driving could be as serious a problem as drink-driving in Ireland, the head of Clare’s Garda Road Traffic Division, Inspector John Galvin, warned instances of drug-driving are on the increase in Clare.

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Enterprise award for Róisín

Róisín Kelly-Bennett from Newmarket-on-Fergus was this week announced as the overall winner of the Limerick City Enterprise Board’s National Enterprise Awards. She will now compete for the national title in November.

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Timing issues over Ennis hospital death

THE death of a Clarecastle man, Thomas Keenan, in an ambulance outside the Mid-West Regional Hospital, Ennis in the early hours of Wednesday, September 22, has given rise to contradictions regarding the arrival time of his family at the hospital and details on phone calls relating to the incident.

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