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HSE Considers Advertising Feakle GP Post for Third Time

The HSE has indicated it will re-advertise the vacant GP position in the Feakle area, even though a second attempt to find a doctor has failed.

Talks to Avert Strike Action at Irish Rail Continue

Unions at Irish Rail say the only way strike action planned for next Sunday and Monday can be averted is if the company and the Government freeze the implementation of pay cuts. 

Tensions Remain High in Israel Palestine Conflict

Palestinian officials are calling for Israel to be held to account over their new moves into the West Bank.

Ukrainian & Russian Officials in Face to Face Meetings with Rebels

Military officials in Ukraine say at least four battalions of Russian soldiers are fighting alongside separatists in the East of the country.

Government Bodies Urged to Step Up Efforts to Help Storm Damaged Farms

Clare County Council and other state agencies have been urged to step up their efforts to help Clare farmers who saw their lands hit by flooding at the beginning of this year.

Property Owners Rush to Meet NPPR Deadline

Nearly 10 million euro was collected in a last-minute rush of second-home tax payments ahead of its deadline last night.

West Clare Business Targeted in Money Exchange Scam

A West Clare restauranteur is warning business people in the area to be on the alert for con artists attempting to change large amounts of small notes. 

Minister Insists Government Is Helping Flood-Hit Clare Farmers

The Agriculture Minister insists that the government is committed to helping Clare farmers whose land was flooded during the winter storms earlier this year.