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New Dundalk bingo hall to open in August

The grand opening of new local bingo hall Let’s Bingo has been scheduled for Tuesday August 6th at 5.30pm. The new bingo hall, which will be located at the former

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Park Hotel close to being sold, according to report

The Park Hotel in Dundalk is close to being sold for a figure “not far off the asking price” of €1.5m. That’s according to a report in today’s Irish Times.

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RTÉ prepare to move to Dundalk IT

RTÉ’s North East correspondent Richard Dowling has shared the photograph below of things being packed up at the State broadcaster’s studio on the Ramparts Road in Dundalk ahead of their

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130 extra higher education places announced for Dundalk IT

An extra 130 higher education places have been announced for Dundalk Institute of Technology. These places, which will be available through the Springboard programme, will provide jobseekers with an opportunity

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Ferry port planned for Greenore

An application has been made to Louth County Council seeking planning permission to build a new ferry terminal linking Greenore and Greencastle in Co Down. The proposal by Limerick-based Frazer

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New health shop prepares for grand opening at the end of the month

A new health shop called Studio Figura will open in Dundalk on Saturday June 29th. The grand opening of the new venture, which is located at 10 Priory Villas, will

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Salt barn to be built at Ballymascanlon

A new salt barn has been earmarked for the north of the county. Tenders for the new facility at Ballymascanlon – which will store salt for gritting the roads in

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Dundalk IT graduates struggling to find work in digital media sector

DUNDALK IT graduates are the least likely to end up in working in digital media, according to a new survey. The survey of hiring among ecommerce companies found that, in

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The beginning of the end…

Many of you will have noticed that construction work has begun on the derelict field adjacent to the Dundalk Shopping Centre, just off the Avenue Road. This is for the

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Dundalk Sports Centre revamp moves a step closer

The long-awaited refurbishment and extension of Dundalk Sports Centre in Muirhevnamor has moved a step closer after Dundalk Town Council invited applications for the tender for the work this week.

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The end of an era

  It’s the end of an era in the Quay tonight as O’Hanlon’s Take Away in Barrack Street closes its doors for the last time. The popular chippy, affectionately known

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Ah here!

  Dundalk IT have published a new advert seeking a table tennis coach for the coming year. The new coach will be responsible for increasing awareness and participation in the

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HMV reopening – but not in Dundalk

A number of HMV stores are set to reopen around the country in the next few weeks but Dundalk will not be one of them. Amongst the stores set to

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Just over a week to go

A decade after it opened with tremendous fanfare, Harvey Norman will close its doors in Dundalk for the final time in a little over a week. The store at Dundalk

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Dundalk estate agent plans major extension to business premises

Local estate agents Sherry FitzGerald Carroll are considering a major extension to their premises at the corner of Stapleton Drive and Dublin Street. Owner Jim Carroll has applied to Dundalk