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Louth boss O’Rourke voices concerns at black card, claiming a loophole has already been found

Louth boss Aidan O’Rourke has been one of the most vocal in his criticism of the black card since its introduction was announced and he voiced his concerns about it

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Lives being put at risk in the North East due to overstretched ambulance service

A report in today’s Irish Daily Mirror has revealed how lives are being put at risk in the North East due to the ambulance service here being crippled by cuts.

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Blackrock makes the headlines as further flooding is predicted for midday today

Blackrock has received plenty of photographic coverage in recent days due to the stormy weather but the village has even made the front page of a national paper today. A

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Donohoe murder suspects face US deportation

Two men suspected of being involved in the murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe last January face being deported from the US in the coming weeks as their holiday visas

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Dundalk schoolboy receives letter from Will Smith

Christmas has come early for one local schoolboy after he received a letter from Hollywood movie star Will Smith. Sixth-class pupil Elijah Odigie was one of a number of youngsters

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Former Louth County Manager under fire after appointing his best man to a plum post in Limerick

Former Louth County Manager Conn Murray came under fire at the weekend for appointing the best man at his wedding to a €98,000-a-year post in Limerick without the position being

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Glen Dimplex to invest €40m in new Dunleer-based R&D facility

Taoiseach Enda Kenny was in Dunleer earlier as Glen Dimplex announced a new €40 million investment in a new research and development facility. The new facility, the second of its

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Dundalk couple in the running for dream Second Honeymoon

A local couple are one of four who have been shortlisted for a trip to San Francisco in the Sunday World/Mooney Show’s Second Honeymoon competition. Emmet and Grace Byrne made

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O’Hanlon claims sixth marathon win of the year in Clonakilty

Local runner Gary O’Hanlon won his sixth marathon of the year on Saturday when he led the field home in the Clonakilty Waterfront event in a time of 2:46.06. O’Hanlon,

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Martin confident that Dundalk Stadium plans can happen

Dundalk Stadium CEO Jim Martin has been writing in the Irish Independent today about the future of the race track. The stadium was named Racecourse of the Year at the

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Inquest finally granted four years after Dundalk woman’s death from swine flu

A local man has persuaded a coroner to sanction an inquest into his daughter’s death following a four-year campaign. 75 year-old Jim Fergus lost his pregnant daughter Mary, from Dunmor

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Dromiskin man goes on trial in the North for alleged cigarette smuggling

A Dromiskin man has gone on trial in the North accused of smuggling more than one million illicit cigarettes into Northern Ireland. Craigavon Crown Court heard yesterday that a police

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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”