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Unemployment rate in Dundalk has fallen by 18.5% since last election

The unemployment rate for Dundalk has fallen by 18.5% since the last General Election, Talk of the Town can reveal. Despite some rises in between, the latest figures from the

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Dundalk IT lecturers to proceed with strike this Wednesday

Dundalk IT lecturers and researchers are proceeding with a one day strike action on Wednesday, February 3rd in protest against the underfunding crisis in the country’s Institutes of Technology. Nationally

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Belfast firm confirm arrival of We Are Vertigo in Dundalk

Belfast adventure centre We Are Vertigo has today confirmed what Talk of the Town reported exclusively yesterday that a second location of the award-winning attraction will open in Dundalk, after

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Inglot Cosmetics to open in Dundalk

Cosmetics chain Inglot are set to open their 10th Irish store in Dundalk in the coming weeks. The business, which has been in operation in Ireland since July 2009, has

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Plans for new €7.1m ski slope and trampoline park in Dundalk given the go ahead

Plans for a 4,500sqm leisure centre on the outskirts of Dundalk which would provide the likes of a ski slope and trampoline park for the town have been given the

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Dundalk man to head up Facebook’s new data centre in Co Meath

A local man will be heading up Facebook’s major new data centre in Clonee, Co Meath. Earlier this week the social media giant’s founder Mark Zuckerberg announced that construction was

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Future of Dundalk Xtra-vision store in doubt after company appoints liquidator

For the second time in less than three years the future of the Dundalk branch of Xtra-vision is in doubt. A provision liquidator was appointed to the move rentail chain

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€210,000 worth of Shop Local vouchers now sold

Dundalk Chamber of Commerce has revealed that over €210,000 worth of Shop Local gift vouchers have been sold since being launched at the end of last March. The vouchers help

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Former Park Inn Hotel to reopen as the Ramada Resort on Monday

The former Park Inn Hotel at Carnbeg will reopen as the Ramada Resort on Monday. The hotel on the Dundalk-Armagh Road has been closed since October 2010. Talk of the

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Live Register figures increased slightly in Dundalk in December

Live Register figures for Dundalk increased for the first time since July in December. The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show that there were 5,531 people signing

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Dundalk Grammar School seeking a new principal

Dundalk Grammar School are on the look out for a new principal at present. Current principal Cyril Drury is due to step down at the end of the current academic

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Recruitment begins for 106 Census Enumerators in Louth

Recruitment begins today for Census Enumerators both locally and nationwide. The Census Enumerators are responsible for delivering and collecting census forms to every household in their area. Candidates must be

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PayPal encourages people #HomeToWork with 100 new jobs in Dundalk

PayPal today announced that it has 100 positions ready to be filled immediately in its Global Operations Centre for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, based in Dundalk. The positions

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The Strong Room gym closes its doors

The Strong Room gym on the Coes Road in Dundalk closed its doors last night. A statement on the gym’s Facebook page said they were forced to close after 42

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Danish retailer Sostrene Grene planning to open in Dundalk

Danish lifestyle retailer Sostrene Grene is planning to open in Dundalk next year. Sostrene Grene, which translates as the Green Sisters, will open its first Irish store on George’s Street