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Dromad Hire honoured at HAE Awards in London

Dundalk-based rental company Dromad Hire has recently been recognised as one of the top Hire Companies in Europe at the HAE (Hire Association Europe) Awards. The prestigious awards took place

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Think Twice campaign launching in Dundalk this May

The Think Twice campaign is set to get underway in Dundalk in May. Think Twice is an awareness campaign around disability and independence. Its organisers are trying make a difference

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St Patrick’s GFC coffee morning

St Patrick’s GFC will host a coffee morning and cake sale this Sunday from 10am. All proceeds will be in aid of the club and all are welcome to attend.


Grey wins close sprint to clinch first cycling league win

The Bike Station Cycling League, promoted by Cuchulainn Cycling Club, continued on Thursday night with a relatively flat 43km course. The riders started at the Fane Bridge and headed to

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Ath Lethan apartment block residents may face eviction over fire safety fears

Residents of a local apartment block have been warned that they will be evicted unless €1.4 million in fire safety works are carried out. According to a report in today’s Irish


Horgan brace sinks Bohemians

Goals in either half from Daryl Horgan ensured a 2-0 victory for Dundalk over Bohemians at Oriel Park last night as the champions moved four points clear at the top


Oriel Park approved to host Dundalk’s Champions League match in July

Dundalk FC have confirmed that the Oriel Park pitch has received its two-star FIFA pitch cert after tests this week. This will make the ground eligible to host the club’s

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Kearney enters the beauty business with Amy Huberman

Rugby star Rob Kearney has already shown a willingness to prepare for life after sport by setting up a pub in Dublin 4 with his brother Dave and Leinster team-mates


Landmark 100th Leinster appearance this weekend for Dave Kearney

Dave Kearney will made a landmark 100th appearance when he starts for Leinster against Ulster at Kingspan Stadium this Saturday. The Willville man starts on the left wing in a

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How times have changed for the Louth Hospital

How times change. Thanks to Sharron McQuaid for sharing this old picture of a headline from the front page of The Argus in 1985. With a picture of the Louth

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McDonald named Sportsperson of the Year at Dundalk IT Sports and Societies Awards

The Dundalk IT Sports and Societies Awards took place recently with former Dundalk FC player Conor McDonald named Sportsperson of the Year. McDonald, who now plays for Warrenpoint Town, was

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Breathnach echoes predecessor Kirk with stint in Ceann Comhairle’s chair

Newly elected local TD Declan Breathnach went a long way to filling the role of his predecessor Seamus Kirk when he sat in the Ceann Comhairle’s seat in the Dáil


Castletown Belles confirm entry in DWSL summer league

Dundalk’s new ladies football club Castletown Belles FC have confirmed their participation in the Dublin Womens’ Soccer League Summer League. This will be the first competitive event the new club

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Musgrave chief warns about possible cross-border shopping exodus if Brexit proceeds

The head of the country’s biggest grocery distributor has warned that the Brexit could fuel a cross-border shopping exodus. Chris Martin, chief executive of Musgrave who control the SuperValu brand

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Traffic lights out of action on Dublin Road

Huge tailbacks are being reported at present on the Dublin Road from the Hill Street bridge. This is due to the fact that traffic lights are currently out of order.