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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

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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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Louth County Council owed more than €9m in development contributions

More than €9 million in planning development contributions was owed to Louth County Council at the end of 2014. New figures released by outgoing Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly

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Average radio listenership of local stations falls slightly year on year

Average radio listenership of local stations in the Louth/Meath area fell 1% on weekdays last year, according to the latest JNLR report. Figures show that the average weekday yesterday listenership

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Airbound open day raises awareness and funds for autism

A recent event at Airbound Trampoline Park in the North Link Retail Park in aid of Irish Autism Action attracted tremendous local support as part of Autism Awareness month. Last

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Trio of local schools honoured at Student Enterprise Awards

Three local schools were celebrating last week after scooping honours at the Student Enterprise Awards national final in Croke Park. Students from Dundalk Grammar School, Coláiste Chú Chulainn and Coláiste

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Gardaí appeal for information on break-in to business in Carrickarnon

Gardaí in Dromad are appealing for information following to a break-in to a business in Carrickarnon last week. The incident occurred on Tuesday April 19th between the hours of 3.30am

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Former No 32 Restaurant in Chapel Street close to being sold

The former No 32 Restaurant in Chapel Street is close to being sold after a sale was agreed to purchase it. The restaurant, which was operated by Susan Heraghty for

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Naughton steps down as Glen Dimplex president

Martin Naughton has stepped down as president of Glen Dimplex as part of a series of changes at the company. Mr Naughton, pictured above at a recent ceremony with his

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Dundalk’s newest venue The Rum House to open this Friday

Dundalk’s newest venue The Rum House is set to open its doors this coming weekend. Located in the former Eden/Garden/Tara Bars premises on Park Street, beside Mr Ridley’s, The Rum

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ABL Surveyors open new Dundalk office

ABL Surveyors have opened a new office in Dundalk. The new office is located at 11A Blackthorn Business Park on the Coes Road and will compliment their existing offices in

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The Windsor to host Carlsberg event next Thursday night

The Windsor Bar on Dublin Street are hosting a Carlsberg night next Thursday where two tickets for Euro 2016 in France will be up for grabs. On the night they

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Dundalk start-up GECKO wins place on international programme run by Google

Dundalk-based technology start-up GECKO has won a place on a major international programme for new technology businesses run by Google. GECKO is a new programme of management solutions to allow

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Planning granted for new storage area at Greenore Port

Outline planning permission has been granted for a new open storage area at Greenore Port. Operators Greenore Port Limited have been given the go ahead by Louth County Council for

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Plans to revamp Fairways Hotel and build supermarket on site could still happen

Plans to develop a supermarket, retail units, bingo hall and creche at the site of the Fairways Hotel could still happen after its new owners had planning permission for the