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€230,000 to repair protected building

THE cost of restoring one of the oldest inhabited buildings in Ennis, which features a rare Jacobean stone chimney, has been estimated at €230,000.

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Town council backs Bishop’s Island proposal

KILKEE architect Tom Byrne, who last December made public his proposal to build a 117m pedestrian glass suspension bridge from the mainland to Bishops Island in Kilkee’s West End, made a presentation at Monday’s meeting of Kilkee Town Council.

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Roads, footpaths and lighting on meeting agenda

AT a lengthy monthly meeting of Kilkee Town Council on Monday, which included 13 motions from six of the nine town councillors, it became clear that members are unhappy at the lack of progress in repairing roads, footpaths and public lights in the town.

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Opposition to proposed Limerick Road development

OPPOSITION to plans for a massive retail development on the outskirts of Ennis has been shown by local residents, individual businesses, traders’ associations and An Taisce.

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Ireland’s top hostel award for the Rowan Tree

ENNIS’ Rowan Tree Hostel has been named as Ireland’s top hostel for the second year running. The hostel, at Harmony Row, was awarded the top prize at the Hoscars 2011 annual awards in London.

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Advisory group for youth centre plan

OFFICIALS in Ennis Town Council this week sought to allay the fears of residents of Cloughleigh that plans for a new youth and community resource centre in the area would lead to anti-social behaviour.

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Council says no to Big Apple parade

ENNIS Town Council won’t be taking a bite out of the Big Apple this St Patrick’s Day with councillors turning down an invitation to attend the world-famous parade.

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New sculpture a perfect fit

THE latest addition to the Ennis Sculpture Initiative was unveiled in the town this week. The work of art, sponsored by Ennis Tidy Towns, has fitted in so well to its new location that many passers-by weren’t even aware that it was a new addition to the town.

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