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Louth Internet Radio raising funds ahead of April 1st relaunch

Louth Internet Radio will officially relaunch on Saturday April 1st. The station, headed up by Harry Lee and Jason McGee, will be based at the Imperial Hotel. In recent days

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Dundalk IT marketing students go global with Combilift Ltd

Dundalk Institute of Technology together with leading forklift manufacturing specialist, Combilift Ltd have announced the launch of an international work-integrated learning programme for DkIT marketing students. The pioneering initiative brings

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New car sales in Louth continued to fall last month

There were 388 new cars sold in Co Louth last month. Figures from SIMI have revealed that the number of 171s bought in Louth in February was down 27.9% on

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Oscars time for three Dundalk businesses

Last week the Oscars were all the rage and this week Oscar time comes to Dundalk for three local companies, who are highly respected in the national Wedding Industry… without

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Local firm launch a new hearse designed and manufactured in Dundalk

Local firm Byrne Coachbuilders of Coes Road, Dundalk have this week launched their new hearse design, the fd Ford Deacon. The new hearse is built using a top-of-the-range Ford Mondeo

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Fears over Heaton’s closure eased

Fears that Heaton’s at Dundalk Retail Park may be closing have been eased. Many people believed that the popular department store was leaving town after a 20% closing down sale

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Great Northern Distillery owner Teeling amongst speakers lined up for Cross Border Tourism Conference

Great Northern Distillery owner John Teeling will be amongst the speakers at a Cross Border Tourism Conference being organised by Dundalk Chamber of Commerce next month. Tayto Park’s Raymond Coyle,

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Image IT merge with Innov8t

Dundalk company Image IT has merged with leading web design and E-commerce company Innov8t to create a one stop shop for the IT needs of small and medium sized businesses.

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Appeal lodged against plans for new development off Inner Relief Road

An appeal has been lodged with An Bord Pleanála against Louth County Council’s decision to granted planning permission for a new mixed use development off the Inner Relief Road. Last

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Local Enterprise Week to take place next week

Local Enterprise Week will take place next week with a wide schedule of events just announced. Local Enterprise Week is a programme of free educational and networking events for people in

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Supports for retailers at Local Enterprise Week

“Louth’s Local Enterprise Office has lots of ways to support retailers in the county,” Thomas McEvoy, Head of Enterprise declared this week. “Many of the supports are new because of

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More than €50.4 million spent on homes in Dundalk last year

More than 30% of all property transactions in Co Louth last year took place in Dundalk. Figures from the Property Price Register show there were 357 sales recorded in Dundalk

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New restaurant opens on Jocelyn Street

A new grill restaurant and take away has opened its doors in Jocelyn Street in recent days. La Petite Cuisine is located at 2 Jocelyn Mall, opposite the Home Bakery,

Business Local news Road matters to take part in national survey of free travel pass users will be participating in a national survey of free travel pass users, which begins on Wednesday. The Department of Social Protection survey will last for six months and will

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Dundalk company received in excess of €7 million last year for housing asylum seekers

Dundalk-based East Coast Catering received in excess of €7 million from the Government last year to operate direct provision centres accommodating asylum seekers. Figures from the Department of Justice show