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A new survey has shown that young emigrants are facing challenges when they're trying to find jobs in places like Canada and the UK.
The Dáil has heard calls for a review of housing strategies in Clare, in light of the death of Joseph Pavelka.
Almost 800 Irish jobs have been saved as two companies exit examinership successfully.
The number of new cars registered in April is down 13.6 per cent.
Ease off on austerity is the message from IBEC to the government today.
Ennis's campaign to retain its "Gum Litter Taskforce Award" kicks off today.
Clare householders are being warned there will be no leeway in today's deadline to get their property tax forms in the post.
President Michael D Higgins says he feels it is appropriate for him to contribute to the debate over the EU debt crisis.
Ireland could be asked for more austerity, as the European Commission publishes its spring economic forecast today - with the outlook predicted to remain weak.
The number of Clare residents claiming unemployment benefits has fallen to it's lowest level in over four years.