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  Dundalk IT have published a new advert seeking a table tennis coach for the coming year. The new coach will be responsible for increasing awareness and participation in the

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Best wishes for the exams

The Leaving Cert and Junior Cert exams get underway today and here at Talk of the Town we’d just like to extend best wishes to all who are doing them.

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€10,000 grant for Dundalk Museum

Dundalk’s County Museum has received a €10,000 grant from the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht under the 2013 Local and Regional Museums Scheme. The funds will go towards

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Grad night

It’s the end of an era for a host of teenagers tonight as they celebrate their graduation from secondary school. All of the area’s sixth year classes will finish up

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Dundalk IT students win place on Dare to be Digital

Five students from Dundalk Institute of Technology (DKIT) have won the Irish team place on international computer game design competition Dare to be Digital, which is organised by the University

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Eilish guest of honour at Dun Lughaidh awards night

Irish Paralympian Eilish Byrne was the guest of honour at the recent Dun Lughaidh Secondary School awards night. The awards, which took place last Thursday night in the school’s gymnasium,

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New apps from local students help cross the generation gap

Transition-year students from four schools in Louth have been involved in a unique project with adults in the region to come up with prototypes for four mobile apps that aim

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Not just handy on the field but on the dance floor as well

With Louth continuing their preparations for Sunday’s Leinster Championship clash with Laois in Portlaoise, the players will be going through their own various routines to get ready for the big

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I hope he has better look in the exam…

Dunleer man Shane Carolan has been having a bit of a nightmare today. He had been hoping for a peaceful day studying for an exam tomorrow but was forced to

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Broadband boost for the area

25,000 homes in County Louth, including 10,000 in Dundalk, will have faster broadband by next September, according to local TD Peter Fitzpatrick. The Fine Gael TD met with Eircom earlier

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Meanwhile, at Leinster House

  Local Senator Mary Moran welcomed students from Redeemer Girls School in Dundalk to Leinster House yesterday.

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Swit swoo – Images released of new Dundalk school

An artist’s impression of the new post-primary school planned for the Marshes has been released by Co Louth VEC. Pobalcholáiste Chú Chulainn will cater for 1,000 students, with hopes that