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Gardaí seek information on assault and robbery in O’Hanlon Park

Gardaí in Dundalk are appealing for information on an assault and robbery which occurred in a local housing estate last Wednesday. A young man was walking home with a friend

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Former Louth GAA captain Paddy Keenan has car stolen in Dundalk

Former Louth GAA captain Paddy Keenan managed to recover a car that was stolen from him last night. The Mazda MX5 convertible went missing yesterday with the 2010 All Star,

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Dundalk woman Aoife Heffron named new Louth Rose

Dundalk woman Aoife Heffron will be this year’s representative from Louth in the Rose of Tralee. The 26-year-old PR executive was named the new Louth Rose at a ceremony in

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Public toilets in Gyles Quay to be refurbished in the next few weeks

Local councillor John McGahon has welcomed the news that the public toilets in Gyles Quay are set to be refurbished. The Dundalk Municipal District committee chairman received confirmation yesterday from


Dundalk golfer Rafferty retains place on Leinster squad for Interprovincial Championshop

Dundalk golfer Caolan Rafferty has retained his place on the Leinster team for next month’s Interprovincial Championship in Carlow. Rafferty is one of five members of last year’s side who won

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Co Louth has one of the lowest number of hotel bedrooms in the country

Co Louth has one of the smallest number of hotel beds in the country. That’s according to a recent report from Ibec which shows there were 1,456 hotel beds throughout

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Matthew’s Allcare Pharmacy raising funds for North Louth Hospice

Matthew’s Allcare Pharmacy in Park Street in Dundalk, along with their customers, are raising funds for the North Louth Hospice and Homecare Foundation. As part of the ‘Give for Good’

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New SportsDirect and USC stores to open in Dundalk this Friday

Two new stores will open in Dundalk this Friday with the creation of 15 new jobs. and fashion retailer USC will be joining Heaton’s at their Dundalk Retail Park

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Charity hill walk in aid of The Birches this Sunday

The Birches Alzheimer Day Centre will host a charity hill walk this Sunday. The walk will depart from the Lumper’s Bar in Ravensdale at 11am, with registration taking place from

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The Jockey’s fails to sell at auction

Local pub The Jockey’s remains on the market after failing to sell at auction last week. Talk of the Town revealed last month that the Anne Street bar and restaurant

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Dundalk to face Rosenborg in Champions League

Dundalk have been paired with Rosenborg in the second qualifying round of this season’s Champions League. The Norwegian champions were one of six possible opponents for Stephen Kenny’s side along

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Colm Markey elected new chairman of Louth County Council

Colm Markey has been elected the new chairman of Louth County Council at its monthly meeting this morning. The Fine Gael councillor takes over from Labour’s Paul Bell after defeating

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Plans for massive revamp of Point Road shop

Plans have been drawn up for a massive revamp of the XL shop on the Point Road in Dundalk. Michael and Martina Dillon have applied to Louth County Council for

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Dundalk’s possible Champions League opponents narrowed down to six

Dundalk FC’s potential Champions League opponents has been narrowed down to six sides ahead of this morning’s draw for the second qualifying round in Switzerland. Stephen Kenny’s side will face

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Packed crowd fills St Patrick’s for ordination of Barry Matthews to the priesthood

A packed audience descended upon St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dundalk yesterday to celebrate the ordination of local man Barry Matthews to the priesthood. The Point Road man was ordained at