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Dundalk doctor Hazel Wallace set to release her first book ‘The Food Medic’

A Dundalk-born doctor who has become a huge hit on social media in recent years is set to release her first fitness and lifestyle book in the coming weeks. Hazel

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Dundalk teen shares inspirational story of how he lost 60 pound in just over three months

A local teenager has opened up about his incredible transformation three years ago which seen him lose 60 pound in just over three months. Korey Callan Bolton, now 18, has

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People Before Profit call for reopening of A&E in Louth County Hospital

The Louth People Before Profit Alliance group has called for the reopening of the accident and emergency department at the Louth County Hospital in Dundalk in order to “alleviate pressure

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Dundalk FC supporting The Mater Foundation’s 2017 Heart Appeal

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny and Dublin GAA manager Jim Gavin have helped The Mater Foundation launch their 2017 Heart Appeal to support cardiac testing. Dundalk FC players Sean Gannon and

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Women in Business Forum in Carlingford tomorrow in aid of Temple Street

The Four Seasons Hotel in Carlingford will host a special Women in Business Forum in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital this Thursday. Amongst the featured speakers lined up include

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Contractors criticised as live wire is left exposed in Dundalk estate overnight

Contractors working in Cox’s Demesne have been criticised for leaving a live wire exposed overnight. The potentially serious health and safety issue was highlighted to Talk of the Town by

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DkIT to lead €7.7 million EU research project in the fight against lung disease

The Smooth Muscle Research Centre (SMRC) at Dundalk Institute of Technology, together with partners at Queen’s University Belfast and University of the West of Scotland, has received combined funding of

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Dundalk FC send touching ‘get well soon’ message to supporter battling cancer

Dundalk FC showed their appreciation for one of their biggest supporters last night when sending a special get well soon message to one of its biggest supporters. Well-known Dundalk fan

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Local man to run Dune Half Marathon in aid of Irish Cancer Society

A local man has launched a fundraiser in aid of the Irish Cancer Society in honour of his late mum Pauline, who passed away last August. David Boyle, a member

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Free cholesterol testing in Kieran’s Avenue Pharmacy on Wednesday

Free cholesterol testing will take place at Kieran’s Avenue Pharmacy on the Avenue Road this Wednesday. Drop in store from 9.30am to 12pn to have your cholesterol checked. You can

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Louth County Hospital in Dundalk could be affected by proposed industrial action

The Louth County Hospital in Dundalk is amongst 40 hospitals which could be affected by proposed industrial action from health service support staff. Trade union SIPTU plans to ballot healthcare

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Out-of-hours GP services in the North East stretched to capacity over Christmas

Out-of-hours GP services in the North East were stretched to capacity over Christmas and unable to meet demand, according to a doctor. On both New Year’s Eve and January 2nd,

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Pete Johnson and TPM release new track highlight mental health services

Local musician Pete Johnson has released a new song focusing on mental health issues that might be affecting many members of society. The track ‘We Need To Talk’ also features

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More than 450 safety lapses at Sellafield since 2001

More than 450 safety lapses have occurred at the Sellafield nuclear power plant since 2001. That’s according to a new report, published in today’s Irish Sun, which reveals the blunders

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Lourdes Hospital parking charges “exorbitant”, insists Irish Cancer Society

A recent Irish Cancer Society report on car parking charges at hospitals around the country says that patients at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda face some of highest