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Two hospitalised following collision on Inner Relief Road in Dundalk

Two people were removed to hospital following a road traffic collision on the Inner Relief Road in Dundalk this afternoon. The multi-vehicle accident occurred around 3.40pm at the junction with

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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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Almost 1,700 homes in Dundalk without power as a result of Storm Doris

A total of 1,676 premises in Dundalk are without power this morning as a result of Storm Doris. The area at fault is the Marshes, which is affecting areas of

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Major new development on Inner Relief Road given the go ahead

Plans for a major new development on the Inner Relief Road in Dundalk have been given the go ahead. Local architect Jan van Dijk has been granted conditional planning permission

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Woodland Park to officially open today

The newly refurbished Woodland Park halting site on the Inner Relief Road will officially open today. The site has undergone complete renovation in recent months following on from the eviction

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Information sought on illegal dumping on Newry Road

Information is being sought on an incident of illegal dumping which took place on the Newry Road last weekend. A large quantity of rubbish was dumped at New Inn on

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Traveller families to return to refurbished Woodland Park from Monday

The refurbished Traveller halting site at Woodland Park on the Inner Relief Road will begin to accommodate families from next Monday, Louth County Council have revealed. The site had been

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Suspected arson attack at Woodland Park halting site

Gardaí in Dundalk are investigating a suspected arson attack on the halting site at Woodland Park, off the Inner Relief Road. The site, which 23 Traveller families were evicted from in

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Major new development planned for Inner Relief Road in Dundalk

Plans have been drawn up for a major new development on the Inner Relief Road in Dundalk. Local architect Jan van Dijk has submitted a planning application to Louth County

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New advanced IDA facility in Dundalk to be completed by end of 2017

IDA Ireland have confirmed that their new advanced facility planned for Dundalk is to be constructed at Finnabair Business Park, off the Inner Relief Road, with hopes of it being

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Digiweb records €980,000 pretax loss

Local company Digiweb recorded a pretax loss of almost €980,000 last year. New accounts filed for the company, who are based at the IDA Business and Technology Park off the Inner

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Trailer overturns on Racecourse Road in Dundalk

A trailer has overturned on the Racecourse Road in Dundalk and is blocking half of the road. The incident occurred shortly after 3pm close to the turn off the Inner

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Refurbishment work finally gets underway at Woodland Park halting site

Refurbishment work on the Woodland Park halting site finally got underway today, almost four months later than scheduled. Twenty three families were evicted from the site on the Inner Relief

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Cannabis worth more than €100,000 seized in cross border operation

Gardaí have revealed that five-and-a-half kilos worth of cannabis herb, worth more than €100,000, was seized as part of a cross border operation involving the PSNI yesterday. A van was

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Traveller families say they are living in worse conditions now than before Woodland Park eviction

Traveller families who were evicted from an illegal halting site at Woodland Park in Dundalk last January say they are living in worse conditions now than they were at the