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Nova Leah announces 78 new jobs for Dundalk

Dundalk has received a significant jobs boost this morning with the news that Nova Leah are set to create 78 new jobs in the town. Lero researchers from the Regulated

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Cars and Coffee North East event returns to Dundalk this Sunday

The fifth Cars and Coffee North East event will take place at Dundalk IT this Sunday morning. The event runs from 9.30am to 1pm with the organisers hoping to have

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Dundalk parkrun celebrates its second birthday this Saturday

Dundalk parkrun will celebrate its second birthday this Saturday June 3rd. The first parkrun in Dundalk took place on June 6th 2015 when 84 people turned up for the first

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Fís exhibition launches in Dundalk IT this Wednesday

The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music at Dundalk Institute of Technology will launch their annual Fís exhibition this Wednesday at 6pm at the Carroll Building. The building houses

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New president expected to be appointed at Dundalk IT this August

A new president is expected to be appointed at Dundalk IT by this August. That’s according to Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton. Responding to a parliamentary question from

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Financial contribution of students to Dundalk IT up by more than 350% since 2007

The level of student contributions to the running of Dundalk Institute of Technology has jumped by almost €8.3 million in the space of the last nine academic years. New figures,

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Road Safety Authority discuss new roadside drug tests with Dundalk IT students

The Road Safety Authority of Ireland recently travelled to Dundalk IT to discuss the new roadside drug tests that Gardaí are able to carry out. In a video released on their

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Dundalk IT students aim to challenge the stigma around schizophrenia with Realign project

A group of fourth year Creative Multimedia students at Dundalk IT are inviting people to ‘Realign’, a practice based research project that is tackling stigma in Irish media, specifically the stigma

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Man killed in Swords attack studied in Dundalk

The man who passed away on Monday after a violent attack outside The Wright Venue nightclub in Swords, Co Dublin, in the early hours of Sunday morning was a former

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Dundalk IT’s Regional Development Centre to receive free gigabit fibre broadband

Dundalk Institute of Technology’s Regional Development Centre has been revealed as the first on-campus higher education incubation centre to receive two years of free gigabit fibre broadband from SIRO and

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New strategic partnership launched between Dundalk IT and ALONE

A new strategic partnership between Netwell CASALA, the research centre for ageing at DkIT and ALONE, the charity that supports older people to age at home was announced at an

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Pictures from this morning’s Darkness Into Light event in Dundalk

A huge crowd turned out at Dundalk IT this morning for the inaugural Darkness Into Light event in Dundalk. More than 2,400 took part in the Pieta House fundraiser and

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Dundalk’s first Darkness Into Light takes place this Saturday

Dundalk will host its first Darkness Into Light event this weekend The event will take place on Saturday at Dundalk IT from 4.15am. Last week it was revealed that the

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Organisers run out of t-shirts as over 1,100 sign up for Darkness into Light in Dundalk

Over 1,100 people have already signed up for the inaugural Darkness into Light event in Dundalk next weekend. For the first time the event will be coming to Dundalk on

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Almost one in five Dundalk IT students drop out of courses during the first year

Almost one in five students attending Dundalk IT are dropping out of their courses during their first year. That’s according to a new report from the Higher Education Authority titled