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Book of condolence open in Dundalk this morning for Martin McGuinness

A book of condolence in memory of former Deputy First Minister in the North, Martin McGuinness, will open in Dundalk this morning. There will be a book at the Louth

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Plans to convert former Littelfuse building for retail use

The owners of the former Littelfuse building on the Ecco Road have applied for planning permission to convert it into retail use. Ballagan Hanlon & McMahon have applied to Louth

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New children’s clothing store to open in Dundalk next week

A new children’s shop will open its doors in Dundalk town centre next week. Pumpkin Patch will be located at One Market Square in the premises which formerly traded as


Cork manager Caulfield believes Dundalk are ‘still the team to beat’

  By Caoimhín Reilly Despite starting the season emphatically with their new additions, John Caulfield still believes that Dundalk are the team to beat as the Rebels prepare for the

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Dunnes Stores in Ard Easmuinn sells €500,000 Euromillions ticket

Dundalk has had a Lotto luck yet again after a Euromillions ticket worth €500,000 was sold locally for last night’s draw. The lucky Euromillions Plus ticket was bought in Dunnes

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Dundalk Men’s Sheds unveil new mural on Dublin Street

Dundalk Men’s Sheds have put the finishing touches to a new mural on Dublin Street. The graphic art is located at a vacant site beside Sunset Creations and opposite Byrne

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Dundalk IT celebrates World Water Day with launch of ‘Our Community Our Water Project’

‘Our Community, Our Water’ is an exciting new project that aims to empower local communities to protect and improve the quality of their local drinking water sources.  This pilot project

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HaggleRock postpones production of “Wake in the West”

The HaggleRock Theatre Group has announced the postponement of their play “Wake in The West”, which was due to be staged at the Geraldine’s GFC Hall in Haggardstown on 6th,

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Wreckage of Rescue 116 found off Mayo coast

The wreckage of Irish Coast Guard helicopter Rescue 116 has been located off the Mayo coast, according to reports this afternoon Search teams found the wreckage 60 metres off Blackrock Island,

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Na Piarsaigh underage coaching recommences this Thursday

Na Piarsaigh’s underage coaching for six to 12 year olds will recommence this Thursday night in their ground on the Rock Road from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. New kids are welcome

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Dundalk Dog Rescue to host fundraising open mic night in The Spirit Store this Thursday

Dundalk Dog Rescue are hosting their first ever Open Mic night this Thursday night at 9pm in The Spirit Store There will be plenty of local talent performing on the

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Just 10 ghost estates remain in Co Louth

There are just 10 ghost estates left in Co Louth, according to new figures from the Department of Housing. This is a fall from the 104 that were accounted for

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Person hospitalised following house fire in Anne Street

One person has been taken to hospital following a fire at a house in Anne Street this morning. The blaze broke out shortly after 7am with two units of the

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Appeal issued regarding assault on Garda in Dundalk on St Patrick’s Day

An appeal has been issued for witnesses to an assault on a garda sergeant in Dundalk on St Patrick’s Day. The assault took place on Park Street in the early hours


Dundalk vs St Patrick’s Athletic highlights

Last Saturday night Dundalk FC got back to winning ways with a 3-0 victory over St Patrick’s Athletic at Oriel Park. Ciaran Kilduff’s opener on 44 minutes was followed by