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Local Applegreen stores offering free coffee to combat driver fatigue this weekend

A number of local Applegreen stores will be supporting the Road Safety Authority’s Combat Driver Fatigue campaign this weekend by offering a free coffee to motorists. The offer runs from 2pm

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Barbara’s celebrancy service allows you to get married your way

A local woman has recently set up a new service for people looking for the traditional church wedding without having to marry into one of the Christian faiths. Barbara Finegan’s

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New Subway outlet at Applegreen on M1 motorway officially opens today

The new Subway outlet at the northbound Applegreen service station on the M1 at Castlebellingham will officially open this Friday. The new unit opened its doors last week and is

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M1 toll operators paid €1 million to Government last year.

The operators of the toll plaza on the M1 motorway made a payment of around €1 million to the Government last year. The figures from the Department of Transport revealed

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Council to host open meeting on Thursday to discuss Creative Ireland Programme

Louth County Council will host an open meeting in Bellingham Castle on Thursday night at 7pm to discuss the Creative Ireland programme. Enabling creativity in every community is a core

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Just 10 ghost estates remain in Co Louth

There are just 10 ghost estates left in Co Louth, according to new figures from the Department of Housing. This is a fall from the 104 that were accounted for

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Number of Gardaí stationed in Louth at five year high as of last December

The number of Gardaí stationed in the Louth Garda Division reached a five year high at the end of last year. Figures supplied to local TD Gerry Adams by Minister

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Chopstix to open in local Applegreen Service Station

The Chopstix Noodle Bar will be opening shortly at the Applegreen Service Station at Castlebellingham. Chopstix sell a range of noodle and egg fried rice dishes as well as popular

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Hoey’s DIY to host wood turning demonstration this Wednesday

Hoey’s DIY on the Station Road in Castlebellingham will host a wood turning demonstration this Wednesday. The demonstration will be given by Clive Brooks of Robert Sorby’s in Sheffield. It

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Local areas fail to meet EU water directives, according to EPA report

A number of local areas have been included in a new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report outlining areas which failed to meet EU water directives. One area, Omeath, was also included

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Louth has received 23 of the 534 new Garda recruits in the last two years

Twenty three of the 534 recruits to have graduated from the Garda College in Templemore since it reopened two years ago have been allocated to the Louth Garda Division. That’s

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Information sought on €20,000 plough stolen from Castlebellingham farm

Gardaí are appealing for information after a plough worth in the region of €20,000 was stolen from a farm in Castlebellingham earlier this week. John Hoey told The Irish Farmers

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New creche given the go ahead in Castlebellingham

A new creche has been given the go ahead in Castlebellingham. Emma Sloan has been granted conditional planning permission by Louth County Council to convert an existing retail unit at The

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160 units at Mount Hamilton to be launched for sale this month

Local developers Urban Life are planning a number of housing developments in the Dublin area in the coming months, as well as launching 160 new houses for sale in Dundalk

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Coolstown House and Stud in Castlebellingham on the market for €1.3 million

Coolstown House and Stud, the Castlebellingham-based home of local bookmaker Barney O’Hare and his racehorse trainer son Michael, has gone on the market for €1.3 million. The six bed property