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8 Apr

Route options under consideration for Scariff to Limerick Greenway

ROUTE options are now being considered for a Shannon Greenway cycle and walkway route connecting Scariff to Limerick City. And, according to Clare Fine Gael TD Joe Carey, it is essential that local communities, landowners and other stakeholders make their views known at this stage of the process.  This follows the completion of a feasibility […]

7 Apr

HSE assessing sites for new Kilrush ambulance base

A number of possible sites for a new ambulance base in Kilrush are currently being assessed by the HSE. Clare Fine Gael TD Joe Carey, who is a long-time advocate of an improved ambulance service for West Clare, raised the issue in a recent  parliamentary question to Health Minister Stephen Donnelly. He has since been […]

6 Apr

Ennis Primary Care Centre will be operational by September

CLARE Fine Gael TD Joe Carey has been told that the Ennis Primary Healthcare Centre on Station Road will be fully operational before September. In response to a Dáil question from Deputy Carey last week, Health Minister Stephen Donnelly said that HSE Estates has advised that the centre is scheduled to become operational during the […]

31 Mar

Rail spur to Shannon Airport being considered by Transport Authority

THE provision of a rail spur to Shannon Airport from the Limerick to Ennis rail line is being examined by the National Transport Authority for inclusion in the Limerick-Shannon Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy (LSMATS). That was the response from Transport Minister Eamon Ryan to a Dáil question from Clare Fine Gael TD Joe Carey who […]

31 Mar

Eight Clare swimming pools benefit from Covid fund

More than €88,000 has been allocated to eight swimming pool operators in Clare from the Covid-19 fund to support the sport sector announced by the Government last December. Confirming the allocations, Clare Fine Gael TD Joe Carey said that the funding is an acknowledgement of the importance of the sector and the impact swimming has […]

30 Mar

Move to develop Clarecastle trailhead for River Fergus walkway

LESS than a year after receiving formal approval from the Department of Rural and Community Development, the River Fergus walkway is proving one of the most popular recreational amenities in the Ennis area. In fact, the positive public reaction to the paved cycling and walking route from the Quin Road to Clareabbey has prompted a […]

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