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This year Claregalway has the honour of hosting the 54th All-Ireland Confined Drama Finals. This event will be staged in the Claregalway Leisure Centre and will run from the 21st of April to the 29th of April inclusive. This is a national event, which will attract large numbers from all over the Country and will… Read more »

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The Claregalway Hotel was the venue for an extremely enjoyable evening for more than 200 local people on Tuesday 28th February. Canon Mullin was the host for the event. It was his “Thank You” to all the parishioners who give voluntarily of their time, to help out in the running of Church affairs on an… Read more »

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Congratulations to Denise and Ronnie Walsh, Grange East, Turloughmore on the birth of their son Cillian Martin, born on the 8th January. Best wishes to Shane, Anne Moylan and family Darragh and Shane who moved into their new home in Lakeview. Best wishes to Frank, Ger McGuire and family Deana, Leona and Evan who moved… Read more »

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Road conditions at Claregalway National School Having pressed for some time now to have the road safety conditions improved for both children and parents alike at Claregalway National School I placed a Notice of Motion before the Council for their meeting on the 23rd. January and I have now been informed that the council are… Read more »

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The other night I had a dream, Where everyone were friends At a hooley given by God himself, To take his mind off sins The hooley was in heaven above The function room was large; There were two bouncers at the door, Who took the cover charge. The cover charge was each man’s soul, No… Read more »

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Hi there, welcome again to the Nuacht Chláirs gardening section. Spring has sprung at last, albeit with a hint of frost. Trees, shrubs, perennials, bulbs, and other plants are starting to awaken. Let me now awaken your interest in this issues VIP (very important plant). Berberis darwinii Berberis darwinii is commonly known as ‘Darwin’s bearberry’,… Read more »

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Walking around Claregalway as is my main mode of transport, one cannot but be disheartened at the state of the village. It really is in a disgraceful state as you will read about on front page. How on earth have we come to this? Apathy has set in and nobody is doing anything about it…. Read more »

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On August 4th 2004, signs and fly posting in Claregalway were listed and sent to Galway County Council Environment Department; the list was also published in Nuacht Chláir. The dirty and unkempt state of Claregalway village was also described. The fly posters were subsequently removed; the village was not cleaned. In August 2005 the dirty condition… Read more »

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Clare River Harriers recently held its A.G.M. in the Community Centre. The following committee were elected: Life Presidents: John Mannion, Joe Diskin and John O’Hanlon. Chairman: Tom Kilgarriff Secretary: Patrick Murphy Assistant Secretary: Brian Kenny Treasurer: Paraic Mannion County Board Delegates: Kevn O’Dea and Paraic Farragher P.R.O.: Colman Greene C.R.H. is currently a senior running… Read more »

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2005 was yet again a very busy year for the Club and I would like to pay special thanks to all Team Managers, Coaches and both juvenile and senior club committees for all their support in continuing to develop the club. A special thanks also to all the parents, without your support in bringing players… Read more »

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Last weekend Garda colleagues, family and friends gathered at Terry Brennan’s Central Tavern, Loughgeorge to pay tribute to Garda Sergeant Pat Fitzmaurice who retired from the Garda Siochana. Sergeant Pat Fitzmaurice has been based at Loughgeorge for the past six years having come from Monivea where he had been for several years before that. Sergeant… Read more »

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It was a night when colleagues, neighbours, friends and many people from the area came to pay tribute to Pat Heneghan, a man who won huge respect as the local guard in the area for many years. Garda Pat Heneghan came to Loughgeorge in 1981 and has served the people of the area from his… Read more »

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