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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

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Traditional music concert series continues in Eoin’s Bar this Sunday

Local musicians Gerry O’Connor, Dave Sheridan and Don O’Kane kicked off a series of Sunday afternoon concerts in Eoin’s Bar last weekend. The concerts will run at the Clanbrassil Street

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Dundalk café affected by fire on Easter Monday

A local café was affected by a fire yesterday afternoon. Dundalk Fire Service were called to deal with a small blaze at Café 37 in Clanbrassil Street. Fortunately they quickly brought

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New ATM planned for Ulster Bank

A new ATM could soon be installed at The Ulster Bank building on Clanbrassil Street. Jacqui Thompson of Royal Bank of Scotland has applied to Louth County Council for planning

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Dundalk St Patrick’s Day parade to commence at 1pm

 The Dundalk St Patrick’s Day Parade, sponsored by Dundalk Credit Union, Fyffes and Louth County Council will commence at 1pm on Thursday. The parade will assemble again this year in

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Louth Land League meeting in Dundalk on Monday

The Louth Land League will hold a meeting on Monday in the function room of Eoin’s Bar on Clanbrassil Street at 7.30pm. All those in mortgage arrears are asked to

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Dundalk given good Lonely Planet review, 10 years on from being dubbed “charmless”

What a difference a decade makes. Ten years on from Dundalk being labelled a “tough, dour and charmless place”, the town has received a decent review in the Lonely Planet

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The Bay Tree in Carlingford named Best Restaurant in Louth at Leinster Food Oscars

The Irish Restaurant Awards hosted the Leinster Food Oscars in Croke Park last night with a number of local businesses winning top prizes. The winner of Best Restaurant in Louth

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Charity art auction in Dundalk Town Hall this Friday

A charity art auction will take place this Friday night in The Basement Gallery in the Town Hall. The event, from 7pm to 8pm, is aimed at raising funds for

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Garrett Weldon to host election fundraiser in Dundalk this Saturday

Local General Election candidate Garrett Weldon is hosting a campaign fundraiser this Saturday in Eoin’s Bar on Clanbrassil Street. The People Before Profit candidate will have a number of musical

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The Breakfast Box now available in Dundalk

If the spice bag was one of the major take away crazes of 2015 then the breakfast box looks like taking its title in 2016. Now the fry up treat

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Man jailed for 3.5 years after driving rampage through Dundalk

A man who drove a stolen BMW the wrong way down a one way street and at high speed through a pedestrian area of Dundalk was last week jailed for

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Right 2 Water protest in Dundalk this Saturday

A Right 2 Water protest will take place in Dundalk on Saturday. One of a series of nationwide demonstrations against water charges, the local event gets underway from the Fairgreen

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Dundalk secures €2m funding to upgrade Clanbrassil Street and St Nicholas Quarter

Dundalk has secured a €2 million grant to upgrade Clanbrassil Street and St Nicholas Quarter – an area taking in Church Street, Bridge Street and Linenhall Street. The funding has