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Big turn out for Cycle Against Suicide events in Dundalk

There was a great turnout in Dundalk yesterday as the Cycle Against Suicide event arrived in town on the first leg of the event. Riders set out from Swords on

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Dundalk man Brendan Ogle suing RTÉ for defamation

Dundalk man Brendan Ogle is reportedly suing RTÉ over a report that his trade union secured a social housing exemption for its former Dublin headquarters on the day after he


Dundalk back to winning ways against Bohs

Dundalk got back to winning ways in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division on Friday night when they ran out 2-0 winners against Bohemian FC at Oriel Park. David McMillan

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Blackstone Motors pull the plug on proposed move to Dundalk

Drogheda-based Renault dealer Blackstone Motors are understood to have pulled the plug on a proposed move to Dundalk. The company, who also sell the Dacia range of vehicles, announced last

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Dundalk’s EA Sports Cup tie with Waterford set for May 1st

Dundalk FC’s EA Sports Cup quarter-final tie with Waterford has been set for the May Bank Holiday, May 1st. The game will take place at Oriel Park with a kick

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Barbara’s celebrancy service allows you to get married your way

A local woman has recently set up a new service for people looking for the traditional church wedding without having to marry into one of the Christian faiths. Barbara Finegan’s

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Number of private households occupied in Louth up 3.4% according to Census

There were 45,448 private households occupied in Co Louth at the time of the Census in 2016. That represents a 3.4% increase on the 43,972 households that were registered in

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€80,000 lotto prize is claimed just hours after plea for winner to come forward

The National Lottery have revealed that the winner of the Lotto Match 5 bonus price of €80,629 purchased in Dundalk on Saturday January 28th has come forward to claim their

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Dundalk schoolteacher leading INTO’s push for better pregancy conditions

A local primary school teacher is leading the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation’s push for pregnancy-related sick leave to be discounted from sick leave records. At the INTO annual congress in

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Partners of Army staff at Aiken Barracks to stage protest this lunchtime

Wives, husbands and partners of local Defence Force members will stage a protest at Aiken Barracks in Dundalk this lunchtime as part of a national protest taking place outside military

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Ambulance service help deliver baby pre-hospital in Dundalk

A local woman had a paramedic to thank after having her baby delivered pre-hospital in Dundalk in the early hours of Monday morning. The National Ambulance Service have revealed that

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Just over a week to claim €80,000 prize from Lotto ticket bought in Dundalk

A person who bought a lottery ticket in Dundalk worth over €80,000 has until Friday week to claim their prize. The National Lottery issued a warning today that the winner

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More and more soldiers from Dundalk being assigned duties in Dublin

An ever increasing number of soldiers at Aiken Barracks in Dundalk are being assigned to duties in Dublin. Figures from the Minister of State at the Department of Defence Paul


Kenny fumes at penalty decisions as Bray beat Dundalk

Referee Jim McKell took centre stage as Dundalk fell to a 3-1 defeat at home to Bray Wanderers at Oriel Park last night. The match official awarded Harry Kenny’s side

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Local Mass times this Easter

It’s the Easter weekend and that means a wide range of Masses across the town and county. Here Talk of the Town gives you a guide of what is on