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Boyle and Horgan to be handed Ireland debuts against Iceland

Former Dundalk stars Daryl Horgan and Andy Boyle are both in line to make their Republic of Ireland debuts in tomorrow night’s friendly international against Iceland at the Aviva Stadium.

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Saturday with Claire Byrne coming from Dundalk this weekend

Popular RTE Radio 1 current affair show Saturday with Claire Byrne is coming to Dundalk this coming weekend. If you’d like to be part of the live audience for Saturday’s

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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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McGahon hits out at Times property article on Dundalk

Local councillor John McGahon has hit out at a recent article in the property section of The Irish Times entitled “Four bed hipster heaven for €240K but there’s a catch:

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McCabe’s late penalty means double is still on the cards for Coláiste Chú Chulainn

Ten man Coláiste Chú Chulainn nabbed a 92nd minute winner to squeeze past St Kevin’s of Dunlavin on a 2-1 scoreline and into the semi-final stages of the Leinster League

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38 local jobs at risk as Teva Pharmaceuticals plans to close Dundalk facility

Drug giant Teva Pharmaceuticals, best known for making Sudocrem, is set close one of two laboratories in Dundalk which could lead to 38 jobs being lost. The decision was made

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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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Dundalk Dog Rescue amongst those to benefit from PayPal donations

Dundalk Dog Rescue was amongst those to benefit after PayPal yesterday donated over €55,000 to seven Irish charities through two initiatives. Five of the charities received funding through the PayPal

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New children’s clothing store to open in Dundalk next week

A new children’s shop will open its doors in Dundalk town centre next week. Pumpkin Patch will be located at One Market Square in the premises which formerly traded as

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Dundalk vs St Patrick’s Athletic highlights

Last Saturday night Dundalk FC got back to winning ways with a 3-0 victory over St Patrick’s Athletic at Oriel Park. Ciaran Kilduff’s opener on 44 minutes was followed by

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Dundalk to host its first Darkness Into Light event this May

Dundalk will host its first Darkness Into Light event this summer. The worldwide event is organised annually to combat suicide with money raised from the event going towards Pieta House.

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St Patrick’s Day parade winners announced after successful event

The 2017 Dundalk St Patrick’s Day Parade once again brought thousands of people into the town centre. The TEAM Dundalk theme for this year’s March 17th celebrations was a resounding

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112 acres of land outside Dundalk is sold

One of the largest parcels of farmland to go on sale in Co Louth for many years has sold in recent days. A 112.40 acre site at Killally, just outside

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Pictures from today’s St Patrick’s Day parade in Dundalk

The weather wasn’t ideal but that didn’t prevent a huge crowd turning out for today’s St Patrick’s Day parade in Dundalk. Over 40 groups took part in the event and

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Dundalk St Patrick’s Day Parade details

Happy St Patrick’s Day everyone! Today’s parade in Dundalk gets underway at 1pm and will follow the usual route up Clanbrassil Street, round by Crowe Street and Francis Street and