Dundalk Fire Service spent three hours battling a gorse fire on the mountain at Ravensdale overnight. Three units attended the scene which could be seen from Dundalk at around 11pm.
The man convicted of killing Niall Dorr on the Castle Road in Dundalk in October 2010 died after drinking hooch shortly after being heard singing in his prison cell, his
A local hair salon got more than they bargained for yesterday when two women called in to the salon for stylings only to run off before paying their bill of
A Dundalk man jailed for having an explosive substance and ammunition at a home he was renting in South Armagh has failed in his bid to have his conviction overturned.
One person has been taken to hospital following a fire at a house in Anne Street this morning. The blaze broke out shortly after 7am with two units of the
An appeal has been issued for witnesses to an assault on a garda sergeant in Dundalk on St Patrick’s Day. The assault took place on Park Street in the early hours
Dundalk Councillor John McGahon has called on stronger measures to be introduced to combat the problem of illegal dumping in the area. The Fine Gael councillors has suggested that those
Gardaí in Blackrock apprehended those responsible for a spate of graffiti in the village at the weekend. A large quantity of graffiti was discovered in the vicinity of Ladies Beach
Commuters who park their cars just off motorway slip roads have been warned that a number of vehicles have been stolen while their owners are at work in the past
Two people were hospitalised following a head on collision involving two cars on the N53 Dundalk to Castleblayney Road last night. The incident happened just past the old Hackballscross Garda
Blackrock Tidy Towns have hit out at vandals who pulled up a series of plants which were being grown in Blackrock Park. A number of plants which had been growing along