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Moran to feature in politicians’ football team

Local Labour Senator Mary Moran will line-out at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin at the end of the month as part of a Politicians XI, who will be taking on

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Former Superquinn in Dundalk for sale

The former Superquinn supermarket at Carroll Village Shopping Centre has been placed up for sale for €1.25 million by estate agents Lisney. The retail unit, which has been closed since

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Fears that body found in Dublin may be that of missing actor Gerry McCann

Gardaí are investigating whether the body of a man discovered on a beach in Dublin yesterday may be that of missing actor Gerry McCann. The 47-year-old, who hails from the

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Liam Adams found guilty of raping his daughter

Liam Adams, the brother of local Sinn Féin TD Gerry Adams, has been convicted of raping and abusing his daughter. Adams, 58, from Bernagh Drive in Belfast, was found guilty

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Agnew to launch new EP ‘Candy Floss’ on Monday

Local singer/songwriter Stewart Agnew will release his a new EP this Monday called ‘Candy Floss’. The title track of the EP, which featured on his 2011 album Hello Bright Spark,

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Dundalk girl Oonagh to launch online clothing store Lilycoo

Local woman Oonagh McNally is on the verge of launching a new online clothing store called Lilycoo. Her website Lilycoo.com – which will cater for women – will launch “within the

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Dundalk IT conferrals to take place at the end of the month

This year’s conferring ceremonies at Dundalk IT will take place on Thursday October 31st and Friday November 1st. The School of Informatics and Creative Arts will graduate on Thursday morning

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Kate celebrates Clare’s All-Ireland success

Clare girl Kate McGlennon, who is living in Dundalk and studying midwifery in DkIT, has become almost an official mascot for the Banner County’s All-Ireland winning hurling team in recent

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Giro d’Italia to pass through Dundalk next May

Next year’s Giro d’Italia cycle race will pass through Dundalk. The prestigious race will be official launched next week with the BBC revealing the routes for the three Irish stages

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New Dundalk town map now available

A new map of Dundalk town is now available at Dundalk Tourist Office. The map, pictured above, was developed in recent months and also features advertising from some of the

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Friends of Gerry McCann hand out missing posters at Irish Rail stations

The search for the whereabouts of missing actor Gerry McCann gathered pace this morning when friends and relatives handed out posters to commuters at Irish Rail stations in Dublin to

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Local man creates history by becoming one of the first married deacons in Ireland

A man from St Patrick’s Parish in Dundalk made history over the weekend when he became one of the first married men to be ordained a deacon in the ancient

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Stop the stink campaign launched against Oxigen

Local man Pairic Duffy has started a social media campaign to try and force local waste recycling company Oxigen to do something about the alleged stink company from their facility

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Mental Health art exhibition coming to Dundalk

The Dundalk Positive Mental Health Forum will present an art exhibition in the County Museum from Saturday October 5th to Saturday October 12th. The event is aimed at celebrating mental

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Narrow Water Bridge project “hangs by a thread”

A report in today’s Irish Times suggests that the Narrow Water Bridge project “hangs by a thread” and may be scrapped “within weeks” unless a funding shortfall is resolved urgently.