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Education Minister performs sod turning at new €16 million school in Dundalk

Minister for Education Richard Bruton was in Dundalk this morning for a sod turning ceremony at the new €16 million Coláiste Chú Chulainn secondary school being built at the Marshes.

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Blackstone Motors pull the plug on proposed move to Dundalk

Drogheda-based Renault dealer Blackstone Motors are understood to have pulled the plug on a proposed move to Dundalk. The company, who also sell the Dacia range of vehicles, announced last

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Four Seasons Hotel in Carlingford to open a new Spa this summer

The Four Seasons Hotel in Carlingford are set to open a new Spa this summer. The new facility at the Cooley Peninsula hotel is set to open in June with

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Almac Group’s new Dundalk facility will be ready “by the middle of this year”

Pharmaceutical company The Almac Group’s new facility will be ready sometime this summer. That’s according to Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor. Earlier this week Dublin Fingal-based

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Dundalk-based Diaceutics announces 30 new jobs on back of 60% revenue growth

Diaceutics, the Dundalk-based Irish data analytics and diagnostics intelligence company that helps connect patients to the right drugs, today announces 30 new jobs as it continues to lead the way

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Scenic Carlingford Ferry begin hiring staff ahead of first sailing in June

The Scenic Carlingford Ferry have begun hiring staff ahead of its first sailing in June. The new cross border vehicular ferry service will link Greenore in Co Louth and Greencastle

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Dundalk Bay Brewery ready to kick start production

The Dundalk Bay Brewery is about to kick start production, according to the company behind it. The new venture by Spectac International hit the headlines last month, 18 months after

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New manager appointed at the Marshes Shopping Centre

A new manager has been appointed at the Marshes Shopping Centre in Dundalk. Sean Farrell has been named the successor to Harry Traynor, who had been manager at the centre

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New office building being planned for Finnabair Industrial Park

Plans have been drawn up for a new two storey office building at the Finnabair Industrial Park, off the Inner Relief Road in Dundalk. IDA Ireland has submitted a planning

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Number on Live Register in Louth at lowest level since 2008

There are almost 2,000 less people signing on the Live Register in Co Louth than there were this time last year. The most recent figures from the CSO show that

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Secondary students invited to attend CODE documentary in Dundalk on Wednesday

Secondary school students are being invited to attend the showcasing of the CODE documentary in the IMC Cinema at Carroll Village in Dundalk this Wednesday. CODE documentary examines the reasons

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New children’s shop Pumpkin Patch opens its doors

A new children’s shop officially opened its doors in Dundalk town centre this morning Pumpkin Patch will be located at One Market Square in the premises which formerly traded as

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Dundalk IT will have balanced books by this August following €3m deficit

Dundalk Institute of Technology will have balanced its books by this August and put a €3 million deficit behind them, the institute told the Public Accounts Committee today. The PAC

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Another Northern Irish business eyeing up Dundalk move post-Brexit

Dundalk could be set to benefit from another Northern Irish business moving south in the wake of Brexit. Earlier this year Craigavon-based pharmaceutical company Almac announced it was opening a

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38 local jobs at risk as Teva Pharmaceuticals plans to close Dundalk facility

Drug giant Teva Pharmaceuticals, best known for making Sudocrem, is set close one of two laboratories in Dundalk which could lead to 38 jobs being lost. The decision was made