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Council criticised for failure to empty dog litter bins along Navvy Bank

Louth County Council have come in for stern criticism over their failure to empty the dog litter bins along the Navvy Bank, off the Point Road. The scenic amenity is

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Large quantity of tyres illegally dumped in Faughart

A large number of tyres have been illegally dumped in north Louth. The used tyres were located at the entrance to a field of privately owned land at the L7100,

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IDA Ireland seeking to construct viewing platform at Mullagharlin

IDA Ireland have applied to Louth County Council for planning permission to construct a viewing platform at their facility at Mullagharlin. According to the application “the viewing platform will be

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Breathnach calls on housing crisis in Louth to be addressed

Local TD Declan Breathnach has called for the housing crisis to be addressed as a matter of urgency. The Fianna Fáil TD said it was wrong that people had to

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EK Fuels refused permission to retain changes to filling station

Local businessman Freddie Johnston has been refused planning permission to retain a series of changes to the EK Fuels premises on the Armagh Road. Mr Johnston had applied to Louth

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Work progressing well on new Fairways retail complex

Work is progressing well at the new Fairways retail complex on the Dublin Road. Construction work began at the site in December when part of the old portion of the

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O’Dowd calls on council to apply for funding under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme

Local TD Fergus O’Dowd has encouraged Louth County Council to apply for funding under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme to rejuvenate rural areas of the county. The Government has

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New Choice Based Lettings system to be launched in Louth next month

Louth County Council is set to implement a new Choice Based Lettings system to allow people to express an interest in local authority properties around the county. Only the third

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Further expansion of Darver Castle given the go ahead

The go ahead has been given for further expansion plans at Darver Castle. Last September owners Aidan and Mary Carville announced plans for 38 additional bedrooms to be built in

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Four new homes planned for Avenue Road

Plans have been drawn up for four new homes on the Avenue Road in Dundalk. Cardorl Limited, run by Carla and Doreen Lambe, have applied to Louth County Council for

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Seatown Place homes to be redeveloped

Plans to redevelop two premises on Seatown Place have been given the go ahead a year after the planning application was first submitted. 1 and 2 Seatown Place is currently

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New step down housing community given the go ahead in Carlingford

Plans for a new step down housing community in Carlingford have been given the go ahead by Louth County Council. It is understood that the new facility will be called

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Teeling amongst the speakers lined up for Cross Border Tourism Conference in Carlingford this Wednesday

Great Northern Distillery owner John Teeling will be amongst the speakers at a Cross Border Tourism Conference being organised by Dundalk Chamber of Commerce this Wednesday. Tayto Park’s Raymond Coyle,

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Council to host open meeting on Thursday to discuss Creative Ireland Programme

Louth County Council will host an open meeting in Bellingham Castle on Thursday night at 7pm to discuss the Creative Ireland programme. Enabling creativity in every community is a core

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Dundalk man given touching send off as local athletes embark on “last run with Andy”

Local athlete Andy Califf was given a touching send off following his Funeral yesterday when friends ran alongside his hearse on its way to the graveyard in Dowdallshill. The former