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The Drogs are at it again…

Fresh from their antics against Sligo Rovers in The Showgrounds last weekend, it appears Drogheda Utd are not content with just upsetting the folk of one town. According to Danny

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Kearney the Welsh wonder?

It appears Sky Sports are a little confused about Rob Kearney’s nationality. In their infographic on today’s British and Irish Lions squad announcement, the sports channel had the Carlingford man


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LOCAL band The Trampz have released their new video for their latest hit ‘Crazy’ The seven-piece funk and soul outfit – who feature Kevin Johnson, Dickey Mac, Peter Baldwin, Tyson


Meanwhile, at the Louth County Library

It appears that Dundalk folk have a strange fascination with old dictators who brought misery to millions. Not so much with Josef Stalin though! Source: Sarah Gribben (Twitter)

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LOCAL Labour Senator Mary Moran was pictured earlier today with actor Jeremy Irons, who has been campaigning in recent days on behalf of Walk in the Woods to support the campaign

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Blackrock at its best

Credit goes to Katie Healy for the superb picture of Blackrock beach, with a view of the Mourne Mountains. Source: Katie Healy (Instagram)

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Erasmus group to hold flash mob in Market Square tonight

The Erasmus Student Network Dundalk will hold an international flash mob tonight in the Market Square. This is part of a project launch, which got underway today in Dundalk IT,

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Dundalk man jailed for stealing from Cork council

A 40-year-old businessman, who is originally from Dundalk, has been sentenced to four years in prison with the final year suspended after admitting to stealing almost €124,000 from Cork County


Kearney included in Lions squad

Rob Kearney will represent the British and Irish Lions for a second time after being included in coach Warren Gatland’s 37-man squad for the trip to Australia this summer. The

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This week’s Dundalk Democrat

The headlines in this week’s Dundalk Democrat include the details of the Garda search on homes as the investigation into the murder of Garda Adrian Donohoe continues, the opening of