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Dundalk IT student named Knorr Student Chef of the Year

Dundalk IT student Andrew Reddan has been crowned the Knorr Student Chef of the Year 2017 after a cook off hosted by Cork Institute of Technology. Andrew successfully fought off

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Local schools to feature in 1916 themed show in An Táin Arts Centre

Audiences in Dundalk are in for a special treat as students from St Vincent’s Secondary School and St Joseph’s National School join the performers of the critically acclaimed show Visionaries

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O Fiaich Institute open day this Thursday

O Fiaich Institute of Further Education will hold their open day this Thursday from 9am to 3pm. You are invited along on the day to see all that the institute

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Minister Simon Coveney to visit Dundalk tomorrow for student consultation

Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government Simon Coveney will be in Dundalk tomorrow morning for an audience with students at Dundalk IT. The student consultation event will discuss

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Students behind Dunopoly amongst the winners at Louth Student Enterprise Awards

The St Mary’s College students behind the Monolopy-themed Dundalk FC game Dunopoly were amongst the prize winners at the Louth Student Enterprise Awards last week. The popular board game proved

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Dundalk IT lecturer appointed to the board of the Irish Film Board

Dundalk IT lecturer Marian Quinn has been appointed to the board of the Irish Film Board. Seven new members were appointed to the board today by Minister for Arts, Heritage,

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Geraldine’s School of Drama to broadcast dramas on Dundalk FM this Saturday morning

Geraldine’s School of Drama (GSD) will broadcast a special programme featuring two dramas ‘Sophia the Superhero’ and ‘The Bullies’ on Dundalk FM 97.7 this Saturday morning at 9am. Featuring children

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Pauraic Renaghan elected new Dundalk IT Students’ Union president

Local man Pauraic Renaghan has been elected the new President of Dundalk IT Students’ Union. The Ravensdale man will succeed Aaron Lawless in the position for the 2017/18 academic year

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Dun Lughaidh Class of 1982 planning a reunion

The Dun Lughaidh Class of 1982 are planning to renew old friendships and share old memories by hosting a 35th anniversary reunion in Dundalk this June. Organisation of the event

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Local pharmacists graduate with diploma

A number of local pharmacists were amongst those to graduate with an Edexcel Pharmacy Services Diploma (QCF) at a graduation ceremony in the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham on Monday. Pictured

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Louth County Council’s Picture This programme proves a huge success

Recently, for some pupils in three primary schools in Louth, Fridays became even better with the visit to the school of artists, artwork, and the Cathaoirleach of Louth County Council.

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RSA’s Check It Fits crew to visit Dundalk next week

The Road Safety Authority’s Check it Fits service will be visiting Dundalk next Thursday March 16th. The Check It Fits crew will be in the Marshes Shopping Centre from 10am to 5.30pm

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Dundalk IT marketing students go global with Combilift Ltd

Dundalk Institute of Technology together with leading forklift manufacturing specialist, Combilift Ltd have announced the launch of an international work-integrated learning programme for DkIT marketing students. The pioneering initiative brings

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DkIT students prepare for night of Songs from the Shows

The excitement is mounting as students from the Music Theatre ensemble at Dundalk Institute of Technology get ready to perform 21 songs celebrating the themes of Love, Friendship and Family.

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Two temporary classrooms will provide pre-school facilities at Omeath school

Scoil Naomh Brid in Omeath have applied to Louth County Council for planning permission for two temporary classrooms at the Ardaghy-based school. The two temporary units would be for pre-school