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The Midwest Hospitals Campaign say they're hopeful an expert group looking into overcrowding issues at University Hospital Limerick may advise on reopening further A&E departments across the region.Ballyvaughan native and former general election candidate Noeleen Moran has been telling Clare FM's Josh Prenderville that reopening some services in th…
 
Fresh calls have been made in Clare for clarity on when community carers will receive their pandemic bonus payment.Barefield-based CEO of the National Community Care Network, Fiacre Hensey, has been telling Clare FM's Morning Focus that the longer the delays continue, the less the gesture will mean when it is eventually paid.…
 
The Co-ordinator of the Clare Immigrant Support Network believes the cost of applying to the regularisation scheme could be preventing some undocumented migrants from seeking legal status. Orla Ní Éilí, co-ordinator of Clare's Immigrant Support Network has been telling Clare FM's Morning Focus that three of the applications they've helped with have…
 
Members of the HSE's Regional Health Forum West have officially called on the UL Hospitals Group to reverse the closure of emergency departments in Ennis, Nenagh and St John's Hospitals.Lahinch-based Green Party Councillor Liam Grant, who jointly tabled the motion, ha been telling Clare FM's Josh Prenderville that while he'll accept the offer of a …
 
The new Chair Designate of Shannon Group is set to be formally ratified in the role following an appearance before the Oireachtas Transport Committee today.Member of the committee and Mountshannon Fianna Fáil Senator Timmy Dooley has told Clare FM's Rebecca O'Sullivan that it's important to establish a collaborative relationship with the new chair.…
 
The Clare Chair of the IFA is warning that the entire food chain is set to 'slow down' due to mounting costs for farmers.Clare Chair of the IFA, Tom Lane and General Secretary of the ICSA, Eddie Punch have been telling Clare FM's Morning Focus that farmers are ending up more out of pocket than others due to being locked into fixed price schemes.…
 
Clare's GRA representative is warning that the county could face a shortfall in Gardaí, if steps aren't taken to ensure recruitment targets are met.Clare representative, Garda Paul Crowley has been telling Clare FM's Fiona Cahill that an increasing number of Gardaí are retiring earlier in this county and elsewhere and now is the time to take steps …
 
Clare's Green Party Senator insists the Government's retrofitting programme is fit for purpose. It follows criticism from Ireland South MEP Seán Kelly that we won't meet our carbon emissions targets under the current system. Senator Garvey told Clare FM's Morning Focus that the government are also moving towards offering low interest 'green loans' …
 
Liudmyla Sikorska, Ukrainian Artist has decided to auction a number of her paintings in order to support the work of the Ukrainian Crisis Centre Ireland.The auction - Art for Ukraine will be held in the Old Ground Hotel on Thursday May 26th at 7 p.m.On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined in studio by Liudmyla Sikorska, Artist and Cou…
 
Residents in a South East Clare housing estate are 'disappointed' that they weren't updated by Irish Water on the progress of vital wastewater treatment works.Homeowner in Ballycannon Heights, Majella Sheehan has told Clare FM's Morning FOcus she's 'disturbed' that Irish Water didn't let them know that construction work would not begin this year.…
 
Tesla Owners of Ireland is an organisation of around 1,500 drivers of Tesla vehicles in this country.On Monday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by John Casey, Ennis based President of Tesla Ireland to talk about the lengths they have gone to in order to help bring Ukrainians to Ireland from their war-torn country.…
 
The family of the late Laura Brennan says they could finally have closure and put their campaign to rest.It follows the announcement by the Health Minister that all women under 25 will be offered the HPV vaccine for free.Laura's parents, Larry and Bernie as well as Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway spoke on Clare FM's Morning Focus about the news.…
 
A Shannon hackney driver says he and others in his profession now have a 'reduced standard of living' due to ongoing rising fuel costs.Sean McLoughlin, who's a hackney driver based in Shannon, has told Clare FM he's tried to keep prices as low as possible on account of international tourists returning to Clare this summer.…
 
A North Clare postmaster says a potential Government subvention for the post office network could allay fears of potential widespread closures across the country.Speaking with Clare FM's Josh Prenderville, Ennistymon postmaster and local Fianna Fail Councillor Shane Talty believes there's still a public desire to maintain a strong post office netwo…
 
Claire Cassidy who is visually impaired will be taking part in the VHI Women's Mini Marathon in Dublin on the 5th of June, guided by Debbie to raise funds for NCBI and Clare Haven Services.For more on this, on Friday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Claire Cassidy, Visually Impaired, from Ennis and Debby Fitzpatrick, National Council f…
 
The availability of the HPV vaccine to all women under 25 free of charge has been described as a fitting tribute to the menory and legacy of the phenomenal work of the late Laura Brennan.Clare Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway, who's his party's Seanad spokesperson on Health has been telling Clare FM's Fiona Cahill that the best way to remember Laura…
 
This week on Beyond Belief we hear from our Rome Correspondent, Colm Flynn, who has just returned from war torn Ukraine where he witnessed first hand the work of Priests and Religious providing humanitarian and spiritual relief on the ground. He also participated in the International Military Pilgrimage in Lourded where he explored the idea of Mora…
 
A South East Clare Councillor is calling on the local authority to ensure sufficient supports are in place to maximise the potential of the Women's Irish Open being held at Dromoland Castle.Newmarket-on-Fergus Councillor Pat McMahon has been telling Clre FM's Rebecca O'Sullivan the Council should play a pivotal part in the months leading up to the …
 
A South East Clare Councillor believes the local authority needs to examine its bye-laws surrounding permitting urns to be buried in the county's graveyards.Sixmilebridge-based Fianna Fail Councillor Alan O' Callaghan has been telling Clare FM's Josh Prenderville why he thinks the laws will need to be changed.…
 
The Chair of Clare's Tourism Advisory Forum is warning that the county's success in the domestic tourism market last year should be taken with a pinch of salt.Sean Lally, Co-owner of Hotel Woodstock in Ennis, told Clare FM's Morning Focus that the limitations placed on international travel by the Covid-19 pandemic and our abundance of self-catering…
 
The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office show that domestic tourists stayed longer in Clare on average than in all but one other county in 2021.Kilkee Fianna Fáil Councillor and Co-founder of Loop Head Tourism, Cillian Murphy Speaking has been telling Clare FM's Rebecca O'Sullivan that the county's surplus in self-catering accommodatio…
 
The newly appointed President of Shannon Chamber has expressed confidence that a ten million euro investment by Ryanair will provide a spin off for other companies in the area.The airline has this week confirmed it will open a new maintenance facility in the Shannon Free Zone.Picture (c)Arthur EllisBy Clare FM
 
Clare's Green Party Senator is confident the coalition won't collapse after the expulsion of two TD's.Green Party TD's Neasa Hourigan and Patrick Costello lost the party whip last night after voting against the Government to back a non-binding Sinn Fein motion calling for the National Maternity Hospital to be built on public land. Inagh Senator Rói…
 
Cuimhneamh an Chláir's is getting ready to host its first in-person event for over 2 years.The event will take place in Inagh Community Centre on Thursday 26th May 2022 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. To find out more, on Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Geraldine Greene, Cloonanaha, Inagh/Kilnamona, Curator of the event and Leonard Mc…
 
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