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Stolen car recovered with the help of social media

A car stolen from the Newry Road on Sunday has been safely recovered with the help of social media. The black 2011-registered Chevrolet Aveo was stolen from a property after

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Bags containing waste, vomit and feces donated to Dundalk Homeless Support Group

An unnamed person donated four garbage bags full of household waste, vomit and feces to a local homeless support group earlier today, it has been revealed. The Dundalk Homeless Support

Sport

Dundalk FC video trilogy hits one million views

A three-part series of short online videos telling the story of Dundalk FC, and produced by club sponsors Fyffes, has exceeded all expectations by attracting a gross audience of close to one million viewers across YouTube, Facebook,

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Rubbish on Market Square should not be allowed to build up

Millions were pumped into the upgrade of the Market Square in recent years and yet it has become something of an eyesore of late. The Square itself is fine but

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Campaign launched to open late night coffee shop in Dundalk

A local man has launched a campaign for a late night coffee shop to open in Dundalk. Ross Burlingham has started the campaign via Facebook as part of a mental

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Dundalk man to head up Facebook’s new data centre in Co Meath

A local man will be heading up Facebook’s major new data centre in Clonee, Co Meath. Earlier this week the social media giant’s founder Mark Zuckerberg announced that construction was

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Dundalk IT to take part in biggest learning event in history this Saturday

Dundalk IT will take part in the biggest learning event in history this Saturday when it hosts an Hour of Code event at the college. Ever wondered how Mark Zuckerberg

Music

Apple Tree TV aims to showcase the best music from Dundalk

A new Facebook site, Apple Tree TV, has sprung up in the area in recent times. The page aims at capturing live performances of local artists and bands, thus promoting

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More than half of students in Louth feel they won’t find work in their own county – the highest figure nationally

More than half of secondary school students in Louth feel they won’t find work in their own county, according to a new survey from Studyclix. Considering the range of multi-national

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Ticketmaster mix-up leaves The Darkness fans without tickets for Dundalk show

Tickets to see The Darkness perform in The Spirit Store on Friday March 6th sold out online within seven minutes yesterday but not everyone who managed to buy them within

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Brubakers to make a major announcement this weekend

Local pub Brubakers has hinted at a major announcement, which they are expected to make some time today. The Park Street venue posted a picture to their Facebook and Twitter

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Cuchullain Credit Union now on Facebook

Cuchullain Credit Union on the Ramparts Road have recently launched a new Facebook page. The page will allow members and potential members to stay up to date with what is happening

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Local teens create new app that posts across several social networks at once

Two local CoderDojo pals, Cian Martin Bohan and Cormac Kinsella, 13 and 14 respectively, have created an app that allows a user to share a post across several social networks

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Convicted sex offender operating as a pimp in Dundalk and Carlingford

A convicted sex offender is reported to have established himself as a pimp in this area, operating between Dundalk and Carlingford. According to The Sunday World, self-confessed child abuser ‘Mucky’

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Water metering protests coming to Dundalk

With water metering set to commence in Dundalk in the next few weeks, a group of locals are trying to organise a protest fighting back against the introduction of water