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New homes planned for Ashling Park

The Town Clerk’s Office of Dundalk Town Council have applied for planning permission to build a number of new homes in Ashling Park, as part of the Cox’s Demesne Regeneration

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Dundalk building on the market for €2.75m

An investment property in Dundalk with a €2.75m price tag could generate a yield of 12.56% for an investor. Building One, Finnabair Business and Technology Park, is 85% let and generating

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Dundalk estate agent plans major extension to business premises

Local estate agents Sherry FitzGerald Carroll are considering a major extension to their premises at the corner of Stapleton Drive and Dublin Street. Owner Jim Carroll has applied to Dundalk

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RQ O’Neills to relocate from the Long Walk

RQ O’Neills are set to relocate from their current premises at the Long Walk in Dundalk. The popular home and gift shop, which is run by Brian O’Neill, has been

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Almost a third of people in Louth have yet to pay the household charge

As the deadline for the payment of the new Local Property Tax looms on Tuesday May 28th, new figures from the Department of the Environment have shown that almost a

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Swit swoo – Images released of new Dundalk school

An artist’s impression of the new post-primary school planned for the Marshes has been released by Co Louth VEC. Pobalcholáiste Chú Chulainn will cater for 1,000 students, with hopes that

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Dundalk ghost estate on the verge of being sold?

A Dundalk ghost estate, which is occupied by just two families, looks like it is on the verge of being sold. The Carlinn Hall estate on the Mullaharlin Road went

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Who has bought 17 houses in Blackrock in the one day?

At one time or another we’ve all dreamed of owning our own home and, if money was really good, maybe even a second place somewhere a bit more tropical. However,

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Council owed €5m in development contributions

A total of 86 developers owed Dundalk Town Council over €5 million in outstanding development contributions at the end of last year. The amounts owed range from €8 up to

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The wasteland costing us thousands to maintain

An area of wasteland behind St Nicholas’ Avenue in Dundalk was set alight 49 times a five year period between 2004 and 2009 – costing the taxpayer €22,000. Forty-Nine! That’s

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Did you know a man in Dundalk owns a barracks?

Well, he doesn’t quite own a barracks. That hasn’t stopped the Revenue Commissioners from thinking he does though with Dundalk soldier Kevin Murphy receiving a letter from them seeking a

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A county of broken homes

It appears the standard of social housing in Louth is not exactly up to scratch based on the above tweet by Sinn Féin councillor Tomás Sharkey. He reports that of