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New Subway outlet at Applegreen on M1 motorway officially opens today

The new Subway outlet at the northbound Applegreen service station on the M1 at Castlebellingham will officially open this Friday. The new unit opened its doors last week and is

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M1 toll operators paid €1 million to Government last year.

The operators of the toll plaza on the M1 motorway made a payment of around €1 million to the Government last year. The figures from the Department of Transport revealed

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M1 reduced to single lane outside Dundalk due to accident

The southbound lane of the M1 motorway has been reduced to one lane this morning following a road traffic collision between J16 Dundalk South and J15 Castlebellingham. The incident occurred

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Vehicles parked just off M1 motorway outside Dundalk being targeted by thieves

Commuters who park their cars just off motorway slip roads have been warned that a number of vehicles have been stolen while their owners are at work in the past

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Major checkpoint set up on the outskirts of Dundalk

A major checkpoint has been set up on the outskirts of Dundalk this morning. Traffic travelling south from the N1/M1 are being diverted off the motorway at Junction 18 Dundalk

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Chopstix to open in local Applegreen Service Station

The Chopstix Noodle Bar will be opening shortly at the Applegreen Service Station at Castlebellingham. Chopstix sell a range of noodle and egg fried rice dishes as well as popular

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Motorists urged to drive with care after a number of accidents on local roads

Local motorists are advised to drive with car this morning as sub-zero temperatures have led to treacherous road conditions throughout the town and county. Already this morning there has been

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Portacabins destroyed by fire at Dromiskin

A number of portacabins were completely destroyed by a fire just off the M1 motorway at Dromiskin yesterday evening. The incident took place at a site close to the Louth

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Number of people detained during day-long immigration checkpoint in Dundalk

At least 26 people were detained by Gardaí during a day-long immigration checkpoint by the National Immigration Bureau north of Dundalk yesterday. Traffic travelling southbound on the M1 were filtered off the

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Large tailbacks on M1 motorway outside Dundalk due to checkpoint at Junction 18

Large tailbacks have been reported on the southbound lane of the M1 motorway just north of Dundalk this morning. This is due to a customs checkpoint at Junction 18 (Carlingford

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O’Dowd welcomes agreement over eFlow tags

Local TD Fergus O’Dowd has welcomed the announcement on Friday evening that an agreement had been reached in the dispute over the use of eFlow tags at a number of

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Heroin worth €210,000 seized just outside Dundalk

Gardaí seized two cars in north Louth on Saturday which contained heroin with an estimated street value of €210,000. The two UK-registered vehicles were intercepted on the M1 motorway around

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O’Dowd calls on toll dispute to be resolved in the interest of road safety

Local TD Fergus O’Dowd says he has been in ongoing contact with the Minister for Transport, Transport Infrastructure Ireland and the Celtic RoadsGroup over the tolling dispute that will see

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Companies fail to find resolution to future of toll tags on M1 motorway

There was bad news for local motorists yesterday after eFlow and Celtic Roads Group failed to reach an agreement over the future of toll tags on the M1 motorway. From

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Breathnach once again calls on Minister for Transport to intervene in toll dispute

Local TD Declan Breathnach has once again called on the Minister for Transport Shane Ross to intervene in the dispute between eFlow and the Celtic Roads Group. This dispute will