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Sinn Féin to hold protest in support of Palestinian prisoners in Dundalk today

Louth Sinn Féin have organised a protest for this afternoon at 4pm at the Market Square in Dundalk to highlight the plight of Palestinian prisoners. 1,500 Palestinian political prisoners launched

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Louth book place in Leinster Minor Championship quarter-finals with extra-time win over Laois

The Louth minor side booked their place in the Leinster Minor Football Championship quarter-finals with a 2-11 to 0-15 extra-time victory over Laois at O’Moore Park on Saturday. Despite a

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Louth hurlers to face Armagh in Nicky Rackard Cup following defeat to Derry

Louth hurlers will face Armagh in Round 2B of the Nicky Rackard Cup next weekend. The date, time and venue for the game will be confirmed later today by the

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Just one farmer in Louth approved for payment under Department of Agriculture scheme

Just one farmer from Co Louth had a payment claim approved by the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine under the TAMS II scheme before it closed earlier this

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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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Number of private households occupied in Louth up 3.4% according to Census

There were 45,448 private households occupied in Co Louth at the time of the Census in 2016. That represents a 3.4% increase on the 43,972 households that were registered in

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Blow for Louth as Maguire set to depart for USA

Louth have been dealt a huge blow ahead of next month’s Leinster Championship match with Wicklow in Parnell Park with the news that Derek Maguire is set to be unavailable

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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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652 marriages recorded in Co Louth last year

There were 652 marriages recorded in Co Louth last year. New figures from the CSO have revealed that 628 of these were opposite sex marriages, with 24 same sex marriages.

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Senator Ged Nash selected to run in next General Election for Labour

Labour Senator Ged Nash has been selected to run in the next general election by his party. He was unanimously selected by Louth Labour members at a convention last Wednesday night

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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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Border region risk losing billions when Brexit proceeds, warn The Council Journal

Respected local government news publication The Council Journal has revealed that border counties such as Louth risk losing billions in EU funding when Brexit proceeds. Over the past two decades,

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Tipperary deny Louth back-to-back league titles

There was to be no back-to-back National League titles for Louth on Saturday as the Wee County lost out in the Division Three final against Tipperary in Croke Park on

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Louth name starting 15 for Division Three final against Tipperary

Louth have named their team to face Tipperary in this Saturday’s Allianz National Football League Division Three final in Croke Park. Colin Kelly has made two changes from the side

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Coffey calls for Government response to mortgage arrears in Louth

Local councillor Emma Coffey has said that she was surprised to learn that 11% of mortgages in Co Louth were in arrears. This recently came to light at the launch