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New bar for Eno

Eno are in the process of installing a new yard bar outside their premises in Roden Place. A preview of the new facility has been posted on Facebook and you

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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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Staunton facing the axe at Sunderland

Former Ireland manager Steve Staunton is on the look out for work again after being asked to leave his role with Sunderland. The Dundalk man, who had a successful playing

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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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Local hairdresser Sarah shortlisted for L’Oreal Colour Trophy

Local hairdresser Sarah Maguire has made it through to the finals of the prestigious L’Oreal Colour Trophy – one of the top awards in hairdressing. The Belfry Gardens girl, who

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North Louth pub on the market

A well-known pub on the main Dundalk to Castleblayney Road has gone on the market for an undisclosed sum. Coleman’s of Philipstown, Dundalk is for sale through Carrickmacross-based auctioneers Gartlan

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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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National Cycling Championships set for Carlingford this weekend

The National Cycling Championships take place in Carlingford this weekend and as a result a number of roads in the area will be closed to public transport from 10.30am to

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Meanwhile, at the Home Bakery

  The good folk at the Home Bakery in Jocelyn Street have taken to Facebook to announce that they are selling mint Aero cheesecakes. All we can say is NOM,

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Dundalk investigating fall of Pat’s supporter

Dundalk FC issued a short statement last night, reassuring League of Ireland fans that they are fully investigating the incident which seen a St Patrick’s Athletic supporter fall in the

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Anne Frank exhibition coming to Dundalk

An Anne Frank exhibition is scheduled to come to Dundalk this September. The exhibition, which is run by the Anne Frank Trust in the UK, creates a journey of self-exploration

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16 properties in Saltown sell for combined total of over €3m

Sixteen homes have sold in the Saltown estate in Dundalk for a combined total of €3,090,000. The transactions – which total €193,125 each – are recorded on the Property Price

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No retrial for O’Brien

The State will not seek a retrial in the case of a local man who had one of his two convictions for IRA membership quashed by the Court of Criminal

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Tallanstown home destroyed by fire

A house just outside Tallanstown village was destroyed by fire last night. The owner of the property returned home around 9pm to discover the blaze. He quickly alerted the relevant

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Wily farmers cut grass at Park Hotel in Dundalk to deal with fodder crisis

We’ve all heard about the impact the fodder crisis has been having on the farming community. The situation has been so bad that the airport authorities at Dublin and Shannon