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Plans for multi-storey office development in Dundalk on track

Plans for a major new multi-storey office and apartment block running between Francis Street and Crowe Street remain on track. Peaken Development Ltd, the company behind the ambitious plans, have

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Dundalk FM hacked

Dundalk FM’s website has been hacked overnight. The site will be largely offline for the foreseeable future but those who listen in online can still do so via a new

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New café opens in Dundalk

A new café has recently opened at 18 Bridge Street. The Waverley, which is run by the Loughran family from Ravensdale, serves teas, coffees, lunches, desserts and much more. It’s

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Ski slope may still go ahead, insists Curran

The much-debated ski slope facility, which had been earmarked for the Racecourse Road area of the town, may not be dead in the water. That’s according to the businessman behind

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Virtual reality time in Louth County Museum

It’s virtual reality time in the local museum! A new ‘virtual presenter’ created by Casio is now in situ at the Louth County Museum in Roden Place. In what is

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Long Walk boutique closed due to water damage

It appears that the heavy rain in the last few days has had an impact on at least one local business with Destiny in the Long Walk Shopping Centre closing

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Cellulac planning €50m investment in Dundalk

Cellulac, an innovative Irish company chaired by serial entrepreneur Gerry Brandon, is working on plans to invest €50m in an industrial biochemical plant near Dundalk, according to a report in yesterday’s Sunday

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Three Dundalk sites close to being sold, including the land once earmarked for the ski slope facility

Three development sites for sale on the outskirts of Dundalk have gone sale agreed in the last few weeks, leading to speculation that deals for the land will be completed

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Liverpool using Dundalk company to prepare for the new season

If Liverpool are to end their 24 year wait for a league title come next May then they may have a local company to thank for it. StatSports, which is

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Two major Dundalk properties on the market for just over €1m

Two prime pieces of Dundalk real estate have gone on the market for a combined price of just over €1 million. Williamson’s Mall, which sits on a 1.63 acre site

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Oxigen to increase bin charges

Waste management company Oxigen, who operate the largest waste disposal business in Dundalk, are set to increase their charges. The company, which is run by the Doyle family from Mid-Louth,

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Knockabbey Castle on the market for €1.95m

The stunning Knockabbey Castle in Louth Village has gone on the market for €1.95 million. The castle, which is famous for its stunning gardens, is on the market with Dublin-based

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New Marshes store to open today

A new store is set to open in the Marshes Shopping Centre today in the outlet previously occupied by Jane Norman and, most recently, Freestyle. Entertainment Exchange will allow people

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The Big (Black) Screen

An electricity outage in the Northend of Dundalk this afternoon had a knock-on effect on a number of businesses but perhaps none moreso than the IMC Cinema at Carroll Village.