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Almac Group’s new Dundalk facility will be ready “by the middle of this year”

Pharmaceutical company The Almac Group’s new facility will be ready sometime this summer. That’s according to Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor. Earlier this week Dublin Fingal-based

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The Dundalk Advertiser to cease publication

Local newspaper The Dundalk Advertiser is to cease publication with immediate effect. The monthly freesheet is one of 11 titles being terminated by publishers Observer Newspapers NI. The Dungannon-based company

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Derry City to play their home European matches in Dundalk this summer

Derry City are set to host their Europa League games at Oriel Park in Dundalk this season. News of the move was revealed by The Derry News, who claim that

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Dundalk-based Diaceutics announces 30 new jobs on back of 60% revenue growth

Diaceutics, the Dundalk-based Irish data analytics and diagnostics intelligence company that helps connect patients to the right drugs, today announces 30 new jobs as it continues to lead the way

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Scenic Carlingford Ferry begin hiring staff ahead of first sailing in June

The Scenic Carlingford Ferry have begun hiring staff ahead of its first sailing in June. The new cross border vehicular ferry service will link Greenore in Co Louth and Greencastle

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Carlingford Brewing Company to launch new IPA at Taste and Sound of Carlingford event

Carlingford Brewing Company are hosting a taste and sound of Carlingford event later this month. The event will be held on Saturday April 29th in The Táin Taproom of their

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Dundalk Bay Brewery ready to kick start production

The Dundalk Bay Brewery is about to kick start production, according to the company behind it. The new venture by Spectac International hit the headlines last month, 18 months after

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Border region risk losing billions when Brexit proceeds, warn The Council Journal

Respected local government news publication The Council Journal has revealed that border counties such as Louth risk losing billions in EU funding when Brexit proceeds. Over the past two decades,

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Businesses lend their support for DkIT Dundalk 10k

Five Dundalk-based businesses have generously provided sponsorship for the upcoming DkIT Dundalk 10k which takes place on Tuesday 25th April at 7pm. Sponsors include Servisource Recruitment, DkIT Sport, Smyth’s Life

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Blue Sky Property launch new website and promotional video

Local estate agents Blue Sky Property launched their new website on Friday. To coincide with www.blueskyproperty.ie going live, a new promotional video was also unveiled. Based at 45 Dublin Street,

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Blackstone Motors unveiled as new Louth Ladies GAA sponsors

Blackstone Motors have been unveiled as the new main sponsors of the Louth Ladies GAA team. The sponsorship kicked off on Saturday at the Renault and Dacia dealer’s showroom in

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PC Repair Centre rebrands as Dash

Local company PC Repair Centre has rebranded as Dash. The company, who are based at Blackthorn Business Park on the Coes Road, have been in business since 2000, providing technical

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Dundalk Simon Community to host afternoon tea fundraiser with Susan McCann

Dundalk Simon Community will host a fundraising afternoon tea event with legendary singer Susan McCann on Wednesday April 19th. This exciting event will start with the official relaunch of the

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Further expansion of Darver Castle given the go ahead

The go ahead has been given for further expansion plans at Darver Castle. Last September owners Aidan and Mary Carville announced plans for 38 additional bedrooms to be built in

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Dundalk Chamber of Commerce President appears before Seanad to discuss Brexit

Dundalk Chamber of Commerce President Michael Gaynor appeared before a Seanad Select Committee to discuss Brexit yesterday. Mr Gaynor gave a strong performance as he provided evidence to the committee