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Brexit the reason for Almac’s Dundalk move

Northern Irish based contract pharmaceutical development and manufacturing firm Almac has said its decision to buy a factory in the Republic of Irealnd was as a direct result of Brexit.

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Bus Éireann suggest Dundalk depot should close in discussion document to save company

The future of the Bus Éireann depot in Dundalk has again come under the spotlight as part of efforts to save the company from insolvency. The Irish Independent reports today

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24 visits to IDA sites in Louth last year with 453 new jobs created

There were 24 visits by potential investors to IDA Ireland sites in Co Louth last year. The figures were revealed recently by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell

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Cuchullain Credit Union seeking a new CEO

Cuchullain Credit Union are on the lookout for a new Chief Executive Officer. The post was advertised yesterday evening with the deadline for applications set for Friday March 3rd. The

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Fitzpatrick welcomes Irish Life expansion plans for Dundalk

Local TD Peter Fitzpatrick, has said that the planned Irish Life expansion in Dundalk is a major boost for the town. Earlier today the company unveiled plans to build a

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Irish Life plans major expansion in Dundalk with the development of a new Customer Service Centre

Irish Life has announced plans to increase its presence in Dundalk with the building of a new Irish Life Customer Service Centre in Finnabair Business Park. The proposed new office space

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Number of Gardaí stationed in Louth at five year high as of last December

The number of Gardaí stationed in the Louth Garda Division reached a five year high at the end of last year. Figures supplied to local TD Gerry Adams by Minister

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Tesco staff in Dundalk opt not to ballot for industrial action

The Tesco store in Dundalk is one of five to have defied trade union Mandate’s call for strike action next week. A number of the supermarket’s stores around the country

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Live Register figures in Dundalk up slightly in January after four months of falls

After four consecutive months of falls, the Live Register figures for Dundalk rose slightly in January. According to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office, the number on the

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Adams meets with local Bus Éireann workers to discuss cutback fears

Local TD Gerry Adams met with Bus Éireann staff in Dundalk on Friday to hear their concerns about proposed cuts to their pay, changes to their conditions of work and

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New craft shop to open in Blackrock next week

A new craft shop is set to open in Blackrock next week. The Crafty Rock on Main Street will open its doors for the first time on Saturday February 11th

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Dundalk garage at risk of closure as part of Bus Éireann cost saving plans

Closing its garage in Dundalk is one of the options being considered by Bus Éireann in a bid to cut costs. The company, which lost around €8 million last year,

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Local TDs welcome Almac Group’s jobs boost for Dundalk

Local politicians have welcomed the announcement by the Almac Group that they will create up to 100 new jobs within two years at their new premises in Dundalk. The Craigavon-based

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OpenHydro appoint new CEO Patrick Gougeon

Greenore-based tidal energy company OpenHydro have apppointed a new CEO, Patrick Gougeon. The appointment signals the company’s ongoing drive towards commercialisation of its tidal technology and follows the launch of

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Brexit benefits Dundalk as Almac Group announce 100 new jobs for the town

Dundalk has seen the first major benefits of Brexit with the news that a Northern Ireland-based contract pharmaceutical development and manufacturing company is to create 100 new jobs in town.