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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

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Liverpool using Dundalk company to prepare for the new season

If Liverpool are to end their 24 year wait for a league title come next May then they may have a local company to thank for it. StatSports, which is

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Dundalk fined for Pat’s fan’s fall

Dundalk FC have been fined between €200 and €300 for the incident during last month’s clash with St Patrick’s Athletic, which seen a visiting supporter fall in the stand of

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Detectives fly to America in search of Garda Donohoe’s murder

Two detectives have flown to America to hunt down the chief suspect in Garda Adrian Donohoe’s murder, according to reports in today’s Irish Mirror. The officers have been tracking the

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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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Sadlier recalls run in with Staunton in Copper Face Jack’s

RTÉ soccer pundit Richie Sadlier has revealed that the then Ireland manager Steve Staunton squared up to him in Dublin night club Copper Face Jack’s in 2008 following criticism from

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Doctor Deirdre making a big difference in South Sudan

A LOCAL GP is currently volunteering in South Sudan with Doctors Without Borders, helping to provide life-saving treatment for thousands of refugees. Dr Deirdre Lynch (pictured above) is based in

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Child rapist has been living locally for five years

The Sunday World reported at the weekend that a child rapist has been living in Dundalk for the past five years. Kevin Murphy, originally from Co Kerry, has been residing