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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

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Confessions making a comeback, insists Dundalk priest

A Dundalk-born priest believes confessions are making a comeback. While many of us probably haven’t gone to confession in years, possibly even as far back as before our confirmation, Redemptorist

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Finance Minister once again hints that Living City Initiative may be extended to Dundalk

Finance Minister Michael Noonan has once again hinted that the Living City Initiative may be extended to include Dundalk and Drogheda. The Living City initiative, which was launched in May

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Government may open up Living City Initiative to include Dundalk

The Government have given the first indication that they may be set to open up the Living City Initiative Scheme to include Dundalk. The Living City initiative focuses on the

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Dundalk man on Irish team for World Masters Trout Fly Fishing Championship

Dundalk man John Kelliher is part of the 2016 World Masters Irish Fishing team which will take part in the World Masters Trout Fly Fishing Championship in Galway this week.

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David Keenan to join Glen Hansard on stage for Vicar Street gigs this September

Local singer/songwriter David Keenan is set to join Oscar-winning musician Glen Hansard on stage for a number of songs at his Vicar Street shows this September. The pair previously performed

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Cura crisis pregnancy service in Dundalk to merge with Monaghan operation

The Cura crisis pregnancy service in Dundalk is set to merge with the Monaghan operation. The news comes after it emerged this week that Cura is to close seven provincial

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Inglot Cosmetics to open new Dundalk store today

The new Inglot Cosmestics store in the Marshes Shopping Centre will open its doors today ahead of schedule. Located beside Eason’s, the store will begin trading at 12 noon ahead

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Inglot Cosmetics to open in Dundalk on Saturday

The new Inglot Cosmetics store in the Marshes Shopping Centre will hold its official launch this Saturday at 11am. Located beside Eason’s, the new store will be offering 10% off

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No positive doping samples recorded at Dundalk Stadium last year

No cases of doping were discovered from greyhounds running in Dundalk Stadium last year, according to Bord na gCon. In total 58 positive samples taken from dogs running at tracks

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Esquires Coffee eyeing an opening in Dundalk

Esquires Coffee are hoping to open a store in Dundalk in the not-too-distant future. The international francise, which was opened in Vancouver in 1993 and owned by New Zealand company

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Trainee Gardaí angered by short notice transfer to Dundalk

A number of probationary Gardaí have been left angered after being transferred to Dundalk at short notice. That’s according to a report on TheJournal.ie, which says the trainees expect to

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Lyons hopes to bring craft beer and food fair to Dundalk

Locally born billionaire Dr Pearse Lyons is hoping to one day bring the Alltech Craft Beer and Food Fair to Dundalk. Last weekend his company Alltech hosted the now annual

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Louth the fifth luckiest county in Ireland when it comes to the lotto

Louth might be the Wee County but it has had huge success when it comes to the Lotto. New figures from the National Lottery have revealed that there have been

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Inglot Cosmetics to open in Dundalk

Cosmetics chain Inglot are set to open their 10th Irish store in Dundalk in the coming weeks. The business, which has been in operation in Ireland since July 2009, has