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Odd shoes? No I meant it

If you happen to see someone wearing an odd pair of shoes in Dundalk today, don’t panic, they probably meant to do it. That’s because today is the Funny Feet

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Senator Moran to host coffee morning in aid of Alzheimers

Local Senator Mary Moran will host a tea and coffee morning in her office at Williamson’s Mall, Dundalk, this morning from 10.30 to 12 noon in aid of the Alzheimer

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Prestigious award for Scoil Mhuire na nGael

Scoil Mhuire na nGael in Bay Estate have been declared winners of this year’s Wall of Hope competition by the Irish Cancer Society, in association with Dell. The Wall of

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Health Minister James Reilly visits Dundalk

Protesters missed out on a golden opportunity to make their feelings on the area’s healthcare known after a visit of Health Minister Dr James Reilly went by quietly today. The

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Every little helps… especially when your child isn’t well

Chris Murphy had an experience that most people hope never happens to them when his child fell ill in Tesco in the Dundalk Shopping Centre yesterday. He took to Twitter,

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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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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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Xtreme results!

In recent years more and more people have been making it their business to try and get in shape and lose weight. That has resulted in numerous people from the

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Extensions earmarked for hospital

St Oliver Plunkett’s Hospital could be set for a minor expansion. The HSE recently applied for planning permission from Dundalk Town Council to carry out two small extensions. Their application