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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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McGahon insists illegal dumpers should be named and shamed

Dundalk Councillor John McGahon has called on stronger measures to be introduced to combat the problem of illegal dumping in the area. The Fine Gael councillors has suggested that those

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Taoiseach pays tribute to Brendan McGahon following his passing

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has paid tribute to the late former Louth TD Brendan McGahon, who passed away last night aged 80. In a statement following the Ravensdale man’s death, Kenny

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Councillor insists person responsible for dumping in Ravensdale will be prosecuted

Following on from yesterday’s story about a quantity of waste being illegally dumped in a scenic area of the Cooley Peninsula, a second case has emerged. Talk of the Town

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Road markings renewed along Armagh Road

Road markings have been renewed recently on the Armagh Road from Kilcurry to the border. The repainting of the lines came following a request by local Councillor John McGahon to

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Dundalk man secures job working for UFC superstar Conor McGregor

A local man has been rewarded for his dedication to Irish MMA after being handed a job by UFC superstar Conor McGregor. Andrew McGahon from Seatown has built up a

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Cllr Mark Dearey elected new chairperson of the Dundalk Municipal District Committee

Green Party councillor Mark Dearey was yesterday evening elected unopposed as the new chairperson of the Dundalk Municipal District Committee. Despite being first elected to serve on the now defunct

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McGahon backs council decision to remove Travellers from Dundalk halting sites

Fine Gael Councillor for Dundalk-Carlingford, John McGahon has backed Louth County Council’s handling of the recent removal of members of the Travelling community from the Woodland Park halting site and

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McGahon welcomes €10,000 to start works on Holy Trinity Wall in Carlingford

Fine Gael Councillor for Dundalk-Carlingford, John McGahon, has welcomed the €10,000 grant from the Irish Walled Towns Network to carry out archaeological and engineering works at the Holy Trinity Church

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St Mary’s Road cycle lane “an accident waiting to happen” – McGahon

Fine Gael Councillor for Dundalk-Carlingford, John McGahon, has hit out at the recently installed bicycle lane on St Mary’s Road, describing it as an “accident waiting to happen”. Cllr McGahon

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McGahon backs Fine Gael-Fianna Fáil coalition

Louth County Councillor John McGahon feels Fine Gael should enter a once unimaginable partnership with Fianna Fáil to form the next Government. Cllr McGahon, whose uncle Brendan is a former

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McGahon calls for funding to be secured for Bellurgan Embankment

Fine Gael Councillor for Dundalk-Carlingford, John McGahon, has called for funding to be secured for the reinforcement of the Bellurgan Embankment as a matter of urgency. He said it is

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McGahon presents Dundalk Outcomers with signed copy of Marriage Equality Bill

Kind hearted local councillor John McGahon gave Dundalk Outcomers an early Christmas present to savour this week when he presented them with a signed copy of the Marriage Equality Bill.

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McGahon backs An Bord Pleanala decision to refuse planning for 141 houses at Mount Avenue

Fine Gael councillor for Dundalk-Carlingford, John McGahon, has welcomed the decision from An Bord Pleanala to refuse planning permission for 141 new houses at Mount Avenue. In January Louth County

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McGahon tipped to replace Fitzpatrick on Fine Gael election ticket

Local councillor John McGahon is reportedly being lined up to replace Peter Fitzpatrick on the local Fine Gael ticket for the next General Election. Fitzpatrick announced yesterday that he would