Tag "Co Louth"
The number of new houses built in Co Louth last year may be much less than the Government previously estimated, according to new figures from the Building Control Management System.
Local councillor Emma Coffey has said that she was surprised to learn that 11% of mortgages in Co Louth were in arrears. This recently came to light at the launch
The population of Co Louth increased by almost 6,000 between April 2011 and April 2016 to 128,884. That’s according to new Census figures released by the CSO today which show
Dundalk was the ninth most popular location nationwide for first-time buyers to buy a property in last year. New data from Bank of Ireland has revealed that Co Louth was
Land in Co Louth is the most expensive in the country. That’s according to the Irish Farmers’ Journal’s Land Price Report for 2016 which was released last week. The report
Rents in Co Louth rose by a massive 17.3% year-on-year. That’s according to the latest Daft.ie Rental Report for Q4 2016. According to the report, the average rent in the
Local republican Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy has withdrawn an appeal against his 18 month prison sentence for tax evasion. The 67-year-old from Ballybinaby, Hackballscross, Co Louth, had pleaded not guilty at
Louth has lowest compliance level for commercial rates for fourth year running with two-fifths unpaid
Two fifths of commercial rates bills in Co Louth went unpaid in 2015. New figures from the National Oversight & Audit Commission have revealed that Louth County Council had the
Despite some rumours to the contrary on social media last night, the likelihood of a local Euromillions winner is slim, at least according to local bookmakers Boylesports. The country is
A new premium gin was launched on the Irish market yesterday which is distilled in Co Louth. Listoke 1777 is the product of Listoke Distillery a newly established, purpose-built artisan