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Dundalk Gardaí living in fear

Gardaí in Dundalk are living in fear that they could be murdered like their colleague Detective Adrian Donohoe, according to a report in today’s Irish Sun. In an interview with

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Searches in Faughart

Richard Chambers of Today FM and Newstalk is reporting that searches are ongoing in Faughart at present in relation to the murder investigation of Detective Adrian Donohoe. Previously: Series of

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Simon collects his lotto prize but won’t be leaving his mammy

New lotto winner Simon Fagan collected the cheque for his €3.6 million jackpot in Dublin yesterday but despite becoming one of the most eligible bachelors in the country, the Duffy’s

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Donohoe’s confidence Shatter-ed

Murdered Detective Adrian Donohoe spoke out against Justice Minister Alan Shatter attending this year’s Garda Representative Association annual conference, just three days before his killing, it has emerged. The Evening

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An Enda austerity

[youtube=] Check out this video that was directed and edited by Marcus Howard of last week’s protesters outside the Ballymascanlon House Hotel. Those gathered were waiting to make their feelings

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Council owed €5m in development contributions

A total of 86 developers owed Dundalk Town Council over €5 million in outstanding development contributions at the end of last year. The amounts owed range from €8 up to

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LOCAL Labour Senator Mary Moran was pictured earlier today with actor Jeremy Irons, who has been campaigning in recent days on behalf of Walk in the Woods to support the campaign

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Two year old left waiting six hours in A&E

Claire O’Hanrahan had an experience yesterday, which unfortunately many of us in the area have become all too familiar with. Her daughter Saoirse, who is just two-years-old, was in A&E

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Lotto winner keeping ticket in “safekeeping”

LOTTO winner Simon Fagan insists he is in no hurry to collect the €3.6 million jackpot, which he scooped in Saturday night’s draw. The 33-year-old from Duffy’s Cross, Readypenny, Dundalk

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Series of searches carried out in Donohoe murder investigation

Gardaí investigating the murder of detective Garda Adrian Donohoe earlier this year are carrying out a series of searches in the north of the county this afternoon. A series of

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Price tapes “could lead to the fall” of Gerry Adams

Journalist Ed Moloney has claimed that tapes being held in Boston containing interviews with former IRA member Delours Price could lead to the fall of Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams

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Toddler tragedy narrowly averted

A major tragedy was narrowly avoided in Dundalk yesterday when a young mother just caught her child’s pram after it went flying through the air having struck a piece of

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Have we a bullying problem locally?

Check out the above Facebook post by local Sinn Féin councillor Edel Corrigan. Shocking stuff but should we really be so shocked? Having spoken to a local Garda recently, maybe

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The best pictures of today’s protests…

We’ve to credit Niamh Kirk for these two superb pictures from today’s protest at the Ballymascanlon Hotel of Enda Kenny’s visit. Needless to say, the pictures speak for themselves. Previously:

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Protests not the Enda the world

Enda Kenny’s visit to Dundalk today was certainly a mixed one, as local journalist Niamh Kirk observed in her tweet above. Many locals were expecting a repeat of the scenes