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Duffy and McMillan on target as Dundalk beat Pat’s

Goals from Michael Duffy and David McMillan saw Dundalk run out 2-0 winners over St Patrick’s Athletic in Richmond Park in Dublin last night. Duffy gave Stephen Kenny’s side the

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Adams hits out at lack of accommodation for mental health services in North Louth

Local TD Gerry Adams has hit out at the lack of accommodation for mental health services in North Louth. Speaking during Leaders’ Questions in the Dáil yesterday, the Sinn Féin


Dundalk held to scoreless draw by Derry City

Dundalk’s title aspirations suffered another blow last night as they were held to a scoreless 0-0 draw with Derry City at Oriel Park. Stephen Kenny’s side started well with Paddy

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Shop Local Gift Voucher sales exceed €700,000 two years after launch

The number of Shop Local Gift Vouchers sold since being launched in Dundalk two years ago has exceeded €700,000. Dundalk Chamber of Commerce today revealed that over €710,000 of the

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Dundalk Tidy Towns chairman Willie Duffy passes away

One of the key players in the local Tidy Towns movement, Willie Duffy, has passed away. Willie was chairman of the Dundalk Tidy Towns Committee and has played a pivotal

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Six Garda cars attending scene of “high speed collision” on Dublin Road

Gardaí in Dundalk are attending the scene of an accident on the Dublin Road at present. As many as six squad cars are on the scene and have cornered a

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Planned changes to timetables for Dundalk schools could cause problems for parents

Local secondary schools are understood to be planning a dramatic change in their timetables for the next academic year, which could have a significant impact on parents. Talk of the


Towell signs contract extension at Brighton

Former Dundalk FC midfielder Richie Towell has signed a new contract with Premier League newcomers Brighton and Hove Albion which will keep him at the Amex Stadium until the end


Dundalk up to second after Limerick win

Dundalk moved back to second place in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division table with a 3-0 win over 10 man Limerick at Markets Field last night. Stephen Kenny’s side

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Táin March 2017 gets underway today

The Táin March gets underway today in Co Roscommon. The Táin March is a fun, family event, held annually to celebrate the Táin Bo Cuailgne (The Cattle Raid of Cooley),

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New Girl Guide Unit being set up in Dundalk

A new Girl Guide Unit is opening in Dundalk with expressions of interest from people looking to get involved currently being sought. The new senior branch will be catered for

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Dundalk company Multihog moving to new manufacturing facility

Local company Multihog has announced that they are moving to a new 89,000sq ft manufacturing facility at the Finnabair Industrial Park from next month. Multihog, founded in 2008 by Jim

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Dundalk company Diaceutics finds 156,000 cancer patients could miss out on life-saving drugs every year

Diaceutics, the Dundalk-based medtech company enabling better patient testing globally, today announced research results showing that more than 156,000 cancer patients in the US and Europe could be missing out on


Dundalk face trip to Galway in EA Sports Cup semi-finals

Dundalk FC have been drawn to face Galway Utd in Eamonn Deacy Park in the semi-finals of the EA Sports Cup. The game will take place in the Galway venue


Brighton boss Hughton confirms Towell will join Championship club on loan

Brighton and Hove Albion might be headed for the Premier League but it looks like former Dundalk midfielder Richie Towell is heading in the opposite direction. The 25-year-old, who scored