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Local businesses could be set to benefit from free 1GB broadband

A number of local businesses could be set to benefit from free 1GB broadband for the next two years. Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor will launch

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Mulvenna parts ways with Portadown

Local footballer Tiarnán Mulvenna is on the look out for a new club after parting ways with NIFL Premiership side Portadown this week. The former Dundalk FC player, originally from

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Dundalk the ninth most popular location nationwide last year for first-time buyers

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

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Louth Player Ratings vs Armagh

By Caoimhín Reilly Louth went down to their first league defeat of the season in brutal fashion against Armagh on Sunday. 13-points separated the sides at full-time. Here’s how Talk

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Armagh boss McGeeney reflects on ‘a good day out’

By Caoimhín Reilly Kieran McGeeney is not somebody who publicly expresses much emotion, but the Armagh manager was full of praise for his team after yesterday’s victory over Louth in

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Louth boss insists that promotion is still in their own hands

  By Caoimhín Reilly Colin Kelly insists that Louth’s promotion destiny is still in their own hands despite Armagh romping to a 13-point win at the Gaelic Grounds yesterday. 2-12

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NFL Report: Armagh kick their way to two league points in Drogheda

Allianz National Football League Division Three: Louth 0-11 3-15 Armagh By Caoimhín Reilly Outclassed may be slightly strong, but Louth were certainly made to look very ordinary this afternoon by

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NFL Preview: Cross-border battle on the Banks of the Boyne

Allianz National Football League Division Three: Louth vs Armagh By Caoimhín Reilly While a game with Armagh is not hyped in a typical derby fashion, in comparison to when Louth

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NFL: Armagh name team for Louth clash

By Caoimhín Reilly Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney has named an unchanged team for Sunday’s encounter with Louth at the Gaelic Grounds. This follows the Orchard county’s 30-point demolition of Offaly

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Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann coming to Co Louth next year

The Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann is set to come to Co Louth next year in what will be a major tourism boost for the county and North East region as

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NFL: Louth ‘trim’ Saffrons’ wings as promotion soar remains on course

Allianz National Football League: Louth 2-10 1-11 Antrim By Caoimhín Reilly The ballot boxes may have closed in Ulster, but after the fourth count of results in Division Three Louth

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NFL Preview: The votes have been counted, but will Louth still lead Division Three come Sunday evening?

  By Caoimhín Reilly Louth vs Antrim really is a numbers game. Firstly, Sunday will be first time that Louth have played a team from outside Leinster this year, while

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First of hospital protests to begin in Dundalk today

The People Before Profit Alliance are to begin weekly protests outside the Louth County Hospital from today to campaign for the restoration of services at the hospital. The first protest

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Bigger competition for seats expected for local rail commuters amid plan to extend service from Dublin to Newry

Local rail commuters who travel on the 5.13pm service from Dublin Pearse to Dundalk could see the number of people using the service increase in the coming months. That’s because

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More than €50.4 million spent on homes in Dundalk last year

More than 30% of all property transactions in Co Louth last year took place in Dundalk. Figures from the Property Price Register show there were 357 sales recorded in Dundalk