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Illegal dumping at graveyard costing €15,000 a year

Disposing of illegally dumped household waste in St Patrick’s Cemetery in Dundalk is costing the town’s joint burial board €15,000 a year. The board says two large skips are being

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Van stolen

A local man has had his van stolen in Dundalk this afternoon and is appealing for people to keep an eye out for it. Mark Cumiskey’s blue Ford Transit was stolen

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The wasteland costing us thousands to maintain

An area of wasteland behind St Nicholas’ Avenue in Dundalk was set alight 49 times a five year period between 2004 and 2009 – costing the taxpayer €22,000. Forty-Nine! That’s

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Donohoe suspect flees to the US

One of the chief suspects in the murder of Garda Adrian Donohoe has fled to America, according to reports in today’s national newspapers. Both The Irish Sun and the Irish

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Thieves at work

There was a large number of burglaries in the area last night, according to Sinn Féin councillor Tomás Sharkey. People are warned to be vigilant of suspicious looking people in