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Incorrect spelling of Gyles’ Quay raised with council by Dearey

A local councillor has contacted Louth County Council in relation to the incorrect spelling of Gyles’ Quay on signposts. Gyles’ Quay is a popular location for both locals and visitors

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Ceann Comhairle and German delegation in Dundalk today to discuss Brexit implications

Ceann Comhairle, Seán Ó Fearghaíl TD, will accompany a parliamentary delegation from Germany to County Hall in Dundalk today for a meeting with members of Louth County Council and Newry,

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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

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Adams describes homeless figures for Louth as “deeply disturbing”

Local TD Gerry Adams has described the homeless situation in Louth as a “scandal” and “deeply disturbing”. Talk of the Town exclusively revealed the figures for Louth yesterday which showed

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Almost 1,700 homes in Dundalk without power as a result of Storm Doris

A total of 1,676 premises in Dundalk are without power this morning as a result of Storm Doris. The area at fault is the Marshes, which is affecting areas of

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O’Dowd questions criteria for Rent Pressure Zones after Dundalk and Drogheda miss out

Local Fine Gael TD Fergus O’Dowd has questioned why two of the counties major towns, Dundalk and Drogheda, have not been included in the recent Rent Pressure Zones announced by

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Munster calls on Government to publish audit into Drumcar when it is complete

Local TD Imelda Munster has called on the Government to make a commitment to publish an audit currently underway at St John of God’s Centre in Drumcar. Speaking in the

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117 currently homeless in Co Louth

There are an estimated 117 homeless adults in Co Louth at present. That’s according to housing and homeless charity Focus Ireland who said last night that the number of homeless

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Cancer is Louth’s leading cause of death and illness

Cancer remains the main cause of death and illness in Louth, according to Irish Life. The insurer, who last week announced plans for a new Customer Service Centre in Dundalk,

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Sinn Féin ask for public’s help in identifying vacant houses

Sinn Féin have launched a new campaign targeting vacant and abandoned homes and are asking the public to get involved. The campaign has been launched after the what the party

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Sinn Féin Republican Youth call on council to address homeless and social housing problems

The Louth branch of Sinn Féin Republican Youth held a protest outside the local soup kitchen at St Patrick’s on Friday to highlight the homeless problem in the area. The

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Traffic brought to a standstill along border as part of anti-Brexit protest

Traffic along the border was reduced to crawling pace yesterday morning with delays of more than 20 minutes reported after a fake customs post was set up as part of

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Breathnach calls for funding and support for Drumcar

Local TD Declan Breathnach has raised the matter of the myriad of problems with the services at the St John of God facility at Drumcar with the Minister for Health,

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Closure notice issued to half of residential units at St John of God facility in Drumcar

Four of the eight residential units at the St John of God facility in Drumcar have been deemed not fit for purpose by the Health Information & Quality Authority. An

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Business Retail Union of Ireland spend €10 towards name tag for Dundalk Municipal District Committee chair

Members of the Business Retail Union of Ireland have contributed €10 towards a name tag for the chair of the Dundalk Municipal District Committee and sent it to Louth County