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eBay profits down 12%

A €3 million dividend was paid by the main Irish subsidiary of eBay to its parent last year despite a 12% decline in profits. That’s according to newly filed accounts

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Just 10% of students in Co Louth went on to high-points courses this year

Schools in Co Louth failed to send more than 10% of their students to high-points courses this year. That’s according to The Irish Times, who published their regular feeder schools’

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Adams names senior Sinn Féin figures who may have information on murder of Brian Stack

Louth TD Gerry Adams has reportedly named a number of senior Sinn Féin figures who may have information surrounding the 1983 murder of prison officer Brian Stack. According to a

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Former Ireland star Steve Staunton declared bankrupt

Former Ireland captain and manager Stephen Staunton has been declared bankrupt. That’s according to a report in yesterday’s Irish Sun on Sunday which claims the 47-year-old from Liverpool and Aston

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Mairead McGuinness said to be in the running to become president of the European Parliament

Local Fine Gael MEP Mairead McGuinness is in the running to be nominated for the post of president of the European Parliament. That’s according to a report in today’s Irish

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Legal action to prevent opening of new ferry between Greenore and Greencastle fails

A bid to prevent a new ferry terminal project from opening at Carlingford Lough has failed. Environmental campaigner Christine Gibson issued proceedings against the granting of planning permission and a

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McCormack’s hopes of staying at Derry City could be hit by Brexit

Local footballer Conor McCormack has admitted he might need to leave Derry City because of the impact on Brexit. Since Britain voted to leave the EU earlier this year the

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Fiancée of man suspected of killing Garda Adrian Donohue arrested in America

Police in America have arrested the fiancée of one of the men suspected of killing Detective Garda Adrian Donohue. That’s according to a report in today’s Irish Daily Star which

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Garda whose patrol car was rammed close to border awarded €75,000 in damages

A former Garda who suffered soft tissue injuries to his upper body in a terrifying hit-and-run accident with a lorry almost 16 years ago has been awarded €75,000 damages in

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Woman whose life was saved by murdered Garda Tony Golden is released from hospital a year on

The woman whose life murdered Garda Tony Golden saved exactly one year and one week ago today has finally been released from hospital. Siobhan Phillips was shot four times, including

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Local woman opens up about weekends of “dread” due to stags and hens in Carlingford

A local woman has opened up about the fear in which people in Carlingford are living with due to the village’s party town culture. In recent years the peninsula village

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Leprechaun Whisperer Kevin wants to exhume the Long Woman’s Grave and bury her elsewhere

  Carlingford man Kevin Woods wants to exhume the remains of the Spanish princess reputedly buried at the Long Woman’s Grave at The Windy Gap in Omeath and bury her

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Ipswich Town reportedly eyeing up move for Dundalk’s Daryl Horgan

Daryl Horgan has reportedly caught the eye of the Ireland manager with his performances for Dundalk in recent weeks but it appears the winger’s displays have caught the attention of

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Dundalk Chamber of Commerce fears Budget will drive shoppers North

Dundalk Chamber of Commerce fears that yesterday’s “missed opportunity” Budget will drive local shoppers North in the build-up to Christmas. Paddy Malone, the organisation’s PRO, has predicted the return of

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St John of God’s CEO under fire once more for missing HSE meeting

St John of God CEO John Pepper has come under fire once more from the national media after putting off a meeting with HSE auditors investigating €1.6m in secret payments