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BWG Foods seek to take over running of former Littelfuse building

Plans to reopen the former Littelfuse building on the Ecco Road in Dundalk as a wholesale warehouse and cash and carry facility have moved a step closer after one of Ireland’s

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New hairdressers to open in Dundalk this Friday

A new hairdressers will open in Church Street this Friday. Hair by Halo will be run by Leonora Murphy and will be open seven days a week, including Sunday from

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Dundalk Youth Centre to receive €20,150 in funding

Dundalk Youth Centre is set to benefit from €20,150 in funding. News of the funds were announced yesterday by Minister for Childen and Youth Affairs Dr Katherine Zappone as part

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New café bar and Indian restaurant to open at Carlingford Marina

A new café bar and Indian restaurant will open shortly at Carlingford Marina. Sitar will be open seven days a week and serve a range of foods. For further details

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Intact Software to create 30 new jobs following €1.9m investment

Local company Intact Software recently secured investment of €1.9 million which will create around 30 jobs over the next two years. Intact, who develop financial and business management software, are

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Live Register figure up 2.8% in Dundalk last month

Live Register figures for Dundalk rose 2.8% in May, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). There were 5,354 people signing on in the town in

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New discount store to open in Park Street shortly

A new discount store will open in Park Street soon. Dundalk Euro Shop will be located at 59 Park Street, which was best known as the former Keystone Insurance premises

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Strike action at Tesco deferred for a second time for further talks

An indefinite strike at the two Tesco stores in Dundalk, which was due to begin today, has been deferred for a second time. Workers at the Tesco Extra megastore at

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Northern Irish pig producer to spend €2.5m on Knockbridge farm

Northern Irish-based pig producer JMW Farms is to spend €2.5 million on a new “finishing” farm in Knockbridge. According to a report in today’s Irish Times, the new state-of-the-art fattening

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Dundalk Tesco staff to begin indefinite strike action from 7am tomorrow

Staff at both of Dundalk’s Tesco stores will go on indefinite strike from this Thursday in a dispute over planned pay cuts for around 1,000 long-serving employees. The workers at

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SalesSense vow to further expand Dundalk office despite new base in Newry

Locally based company SalesSense have vowed to continue to expand their Dundalk business despite plans to open up a new Newry base at an initial cost of €500,000. Last week

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High Court petition lodged to wind up Four Counties Oil Company

Irish fuel giant Tedcastle has lodged a high court petition to wind up Four Counties Oil Company, a fuel distribution business based on the Newry Road in Dundalk. Tedcastle, which

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Smarmore Castle Private Clinic to create 48 new jobs

An addiction treatment facility based in Smarmore Castle in Ardee is set to create 48 new jobs. The Smarmore Castle Private Clinic opened its doors to the local community on

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More than €250,000 worth of Shop Local Vouchers now sold

More than €250,000 worth of Shop Local Vouchers have been sold in Dundalk since their launch in May last year. The figure was revealed at a special event to mark

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Dundalk Tesco staff to go on indefinite strike action from Monday

Staff at both of Dundalk’s Tesco stores will go on indefinite strike on Monday in a dispute over planned pay cuts for around 1,000 long-serving employees. The workers at the