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Breathnach insists discussions will take place soon on future of Narrow Water Bridge project

Local TD Declan Breathnach insists that discussion will take shortly on what the next step is in relation to the Narrow Water Bridge. The proposed bridge, which was proposed to

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Dunnes Stores accused of “undermining” town centre trade by sitting on vacant shops

One of Ireland’s leading retail groups has accused Dunnes Stores of “undermining” trade in town centres by sitting on vacant shops around the country. The supermarket giant owns one of

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National Slow Down Day taking place in Louth and across Ireland from 7am this Friday

An Garda Síochána will be holding a National ‘Slow Down’ day over the 24 hour period from 7am this Friday 26th May until 7am on Saturday 27th May. National ‘Slow

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Financial contribution of students to Dundalk IT up by more than 350% since 2007

The level of student contributions to the running of Dundalk Institute of Technology has jumped by almost €8.3 million in the space of the last nine academic years. New figures,

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Fundraiser to help the homeless in Dundalk organised for next month

A fundraiser to help local people who are homeless has been organised for the end of next month. Music For A Home will take place in Brubakers on Park Street

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Appeal launched to prevent Carlingford Ferry from setting sail next month

An environmental campaigner from Northern Ireland has gone to court to try to prevent the Carlingford Ferry from launching next month. Christine Gibson took a case to the Court of

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Book of condolence for Manchester terror victims opens in Dundalk

A book of condolence for those who died in the terror attack in Manchester last night has opened in the Town Hall on Crowe Street. A total of 22 people

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Louth TDs extend sympathies to victims of Manchester terror attack

Local TDs Gerry Adams and Declan Breathnach have extended their sympathies to those affected by the terror attack in Manchester last night. Up to 22 people were killed and 59

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Bus Éireann depot in Dundalk faces closure after union votes to accept Labour Court recommendations

The Bus Éireann maintenance garage on the Ardee Road in Dundalk looks set to close after staff from the bus company’s largest union the National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU)

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Bishop’s Court residents raise concerns over new ESB substation at rear of their homes

Residents of the Bishop’s Court estate have raised concerns about a new ESB substation being erected at the back wall of their homes where the new Coláiste Chú Chulainn school

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Chief suspect in Adrian Donohoe murder to be deported back to Ireland this week

The chief suspect in the murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe will be deport back to Ireland from the United States “no later than Thursday”, according to a report in

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Fate of Bus Éireann depot in Dundalk could be decided today

The fate of the Bus Éireann maintenance garage on the Ardee Road in Dundalk could be decided today when staff from the bus company represented by the National Bus and

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John McGahon pledges support for Leo Varadkar in Fine Gael leadership race

Dundalk Councillor John McGahon has confirmed that he will be supporting Leo Varadkar in the Fine Gael leadership race. The St Patrick’s Terrace man is the latest local representative to

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Sister of Dundalk murder victim Irene White makes complaint to GSOC

The sister of murdered Dundalk woman Irene White has made a formal complaint to The Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) over the handling of her sister’s case. The Irish Daily

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Fitzpatrick backing Coveney in Fine Gael leadership race but O’Dowd supporting Varadkar

Local TD Peter Fitzpatrick has thrown his support behind Simon Coveney in the race to become the new Fine Gael leader. Deputy Fitzpatrick has said that he would be backing the current Housing Minister to succeed