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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

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Louth house prices could jump by almost €30,000 by the end of 2018 – predict Goodbody

The average price of a property in Co Louth could soar by almost €30,000 by the end of next year. That’s according to a new report from Goodbody Stockbrokers which

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Louth TD Adams pulls no punches in assessment of Enda Kenny’s time as Taoiseach

Louth TD Gerry Adams pulled no punches in his assessment of Enda Kenny’s tenure as Taoiseach following his decision to step down last night, saying his political legacy was dominated

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Visitors to Cooley Peninsula urged to take their litter with them

The issue of littering on the Cooley Peninsula has been raised once again. The Carlingford and The Cooley Peninsula Facebook page today published images taken this morning on the Turf

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Faughart community to host Save Our School meeting this Friday

The Faughart community are hosting a public meeting to ‘save our school’ this Friday night at 9.15pm in the Ramada Hotel on the Armagh Road. Fears have been expressed over

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Just one local Fine Gael representative has publicly declared who they feel should replace Enda Kenny as Taoiseach

Just one of the elected Fine Gael representatives in Co Louth has publicly made up their mind on who should succeed Enda Kenny as party leader and Taoiseach. Mr Kenny

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Foreign Affairs Minister renews appeal for British Government to release files on Dundalk bombing and murder of Seamus Ludlow

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan has renewed his appeal for the British Government to open their files to an independent source on the Dundalk bombing in December 1975 and

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Consultation in Dundalk this Thursday to discuss Irish LGBTI+ Youth Strategy

A consultation will take place in Dundalk this Thursday on the Irish LGBTI+ Youth Strategy. The proposed strategy will be the first of its kind in the world for 15-24

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Public meeting to take place on Tuesday to discuss need for better footpaths in Blackrock

A public meeting will be held in Blackrock on Tuesday to discuss the need for better footpaths in the village. The meeting is being hosted in the Blackrock Haggardstown Community

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Just one property in Dundalk available to rent to those in receipt of state housing benefits

All bar one property available to rent in Dundalk at present is beyond the reach of people dependent on state housing benefits. That’s according to a new study from the

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Rare Louth GAA medals, including All-Ireland wins from 1910 and 1912, to be sold at auction

All-Ireland Football Championship medals in Louth are about as rare as hen’s teeth but two of them could be yours if you fancy bidding at an auction later this month

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Renewed appeal made for information on death of Robert Nairac, 40 years after his killing

A renewed appeal for information on the location of murdered British Army Captain Robert Nairac has been made to coincide with the 40th anniversary of his disappearance. The Independent Commission

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Fuel price war benefitting Dundalk motorists

A fuel price war has been taking place between two rival forecourt operators on the Carrick Road in recent weeks with local motorists reaping the benefits. The Emo garage, operated

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Dundalk the third biggest town in Ireland

Dundalk is the third biggest town in the country. That’s according to new data from the Central Statistics Office, based on information provided in last year’s Census. Dundalk now has