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Gemma O’Doherty to host Q&A in Dundalk tomorrow following screening of Mary Boyle documentary

Award winning journalist Gemma O’Doherty will be in Dundalk tomorrow night for a public showing of the Mary Boyle film that is winning awards around the world. The film will

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Dundalk woman Gillian Leavy’s designs to go on sale in Arnotts soon

Local designer Gillian Leavy’s range of clothing is set to go on sale in Arnotts in the coming weeks. Her designs are one of the new brands set to hit

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Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland to host National Tour Movie Night in Dundalk next month

The Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland will host a National Tour Movie Night in the IMC Cinema in Dundalk next month. The event takes place on August 16th at 5pm

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Concern expressed at impending closure of Dundalk Resource Centre

Local TD Peter Fitzpatrick has expressed his concern at the impending closure of the in Clanbrassil Street, otherwise known as Dundalk Resource Centre. In a statement on the issue released this

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House prices in Dundalk up by €25,000 in first half of 2016

The average price of a home in Dundalk has jumped by €25,000 in the first half of 2016. That’s according to the latest Average House Price Survey report conducted by

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Greenmount Restaurant returns to original home on Clanbrassil Street

The Greenmount Restaurant has recently returned to its original home at 47 Clanbrassil Street. The popular restaurant had been trading at the former Café de Paris/Fuud premises at 88 Clanbrassil

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New ATM approved for Ulster Bank

Ulster Bank have been given the go ahead to install a new ATM at their branch on Clanbrassil Street. Jacqui Thompson of Royal Bank of Scotland applied to Louth County

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Boylesports appeal decision to deny them expansion of Clanbrassil Street store

Boylesports have lodged an appeal with An Bord Pleanála against Louth County Council’s decision to refuse them planning permission to expand their betting shop on Clanbrassil Street. The betting chain,

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Oxfam Dundalk to host designer shopping event tomorrow

Oxfam in Dundalk are set to host a designer shopping event in their store in Clanbrassil Street on Tuesday. The event will run from 2.30pm on the day and feature

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Clanbrassil Street take-away placed up for rent

The former Café de Paris restaurant in Clanbrassil Street has been placed up for rent. The decision to advertise the 2,560sq ft premises suggests that current occupiers, The Greenmount Restaurant,

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Boylesports once again refused planning to expand Clanbrassil Street store

Boylesports have once again been refused planning permission to expand their betting shop on Clanbrassil Street. The betting chain, whose headquarters are in Dundalk, applied to Louth County Council in

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DNG Duffy estate agents on the move to Clanbrassil Street

A new era begins for local estate agents DNG Duffy today as they relocate to Clanbrassil Street. The estate agency, run by Keith Duffy, moved out of Park House in

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Irish Water to invest €3.4 million in upgrading Dundalk’s water infrastructure

Irish Water are set to invest €3.4 million in the water infrastructure of Dundalk in conjunction with Louth County Council. The announcement was made this afternoon by local TD Peter

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1916 anniversary event in Dundalk this Sunday

A ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Rising will be held at the Market Square in Dundalk this Sunday at 10.15am. Hosted by Louth County Council, the event

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Work on Clanbrassil Street and St Nicholas Quarter to commence in 2017

Work on the rejuvenation of the Clanbrassil Street and St Nicholas Quarter in Dundalk is expected to begin next year. The rejuvenation scheme, which was approved for funding under the