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Local Slimming World consultant Kayleigh featured in Irish Daily Mirror

Local woman Kayleigh Fisher features in today’s Irish Daily Mirror as part of a feature on how to drop a party dress size for Christmas. Kayleigh, who is a Slimming

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O’Hanlon’s marathon hopes hit by phone thieves

Earlier this week Talk of the Town reported how local runner Gary O’Hanlon claimed an impressive sixth place finish in the Dublin Marathon. The Kilkerley man, however, claims he was

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Major breakthrough reported in Irene White murder case

The Irish Daily Mail are reporting a major breakthrough in the Irene White murder case. According to the paper, an Irishwoman living in Australia has contacted gardaí with “crucial evidence”

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Local journalists up for prestigious awards

Two local journalists have been shortlisted for prestigious prizes at the forthcoming National Newspapers of Ireland (NNI) awards. Daniel McDonnell, the chief soccer correspondent with The Irish Independent, has been

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Family with Dundalk business named in Guardian investigation into horsemeat scandal

A slaughterhouse owned by a family with business connections to Dundalk has been named in a Guardian investigation into the horsemeat scandal, which rocked Europe 10 months ago. In an

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Did Gráinne make a Seoige of herself?

  Today’s Irish Daily Star reports that members of An Garda Siochana are “outraged” at TV host Gráinne Seoige for describing murdered colleague Adrian Donohoe as a “fine thing” when

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Diesel smuggling in Border area costing the State €150m a year

Diesel-smuggling along the Louth-Armagh border is costing the State at least €150m a year in lost Revenue, according to a report in last weekend’s Sunday Independent. The paper claims that

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Senior Sinn Féin official claims he knows who killed Garda Adrian Donohoe

A senior Sinn Féin official has claimed that a notorious republican family were part of the criminal gang behind the killing of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe in Lordship last January.

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Dundalk developer Kirk paid €1m to five locals to get them to drop planning appeals

Dundalk developer Philip Kirk has admitted to paying €1m to locals who objected to a local project in return for their agreement to withdraw their appeals. Yesterday’s Sunday Times reported

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Kearney back with ex girlfriend

Irish rugby star Rob Kearney is back with ex-girlfriend Susie Amy, according to a report in today’s Irish Mirror. The Willville man split with the English actress last year but

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Horseworse seeking investment as they prepare for strategic review of the business

Dundalk-based equine clothing company Horseware is seeking investment of up to €5 million to help it boost its sales across Europe and America. That’s according to a report in today’s

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Johnny is a young grandad and he loves it!

Becoming a grandparent can make you feel old but for a lot of grannies and grandads out there, they are gaining that title at a very young age. The Irish

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Crimmins triplets featured in The Sun as they aim to crack US market

Local models the Crimmins triplets are featured in a picture special in today’s Irish Sun as they bid to make a break in America. The Belfry Gardens sisters – Alison,

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Donohoe murder suspect going to be a daddy

A suspect in the murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe is “absolutely delighted” he’s going to be a dad, according to a report in today’s Irish Daily Mirror. The gang

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Cellulac planning €50m investment in Dundalk

Cellulac, an innovative Irish company chaired by serial entrepreneur Gerry Brandon, is working on plans to invest €50m in an industrial biochemical plant near Dundalk, according to a report in yesterday’s Sunday