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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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National Pen staff make donation to Dundalk Dog Rescue

On Thursday morning staff from National Pen donated €3,760 to Dundalk Dog Rescue, the company’s official charity partner for 2016. The funds were raised through a series of fundraisers including

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30 IDA site visits in Louth in last 18 months

There have been 30 site visits by multi-national companies to locations in Co Louth in the last 18 months. That’s according to new figures from IDA Ireland on the investors

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Multinationals employ 4,556 people at present in the North East

The 33 multinational companies in the North East currently employ 4,556 people across the region. The figures were released by Minister for Jobs Mary Mitchell O’Connor in the Dáil on

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Table quiz in aid of Dundalk Dog Rescue in Byrne’s this Friday

The National Pen Social Club will host a pub quiz in aid of Dundalk Dog Rescue this Friday night in Byrne’s Pub in Hill Street. The quiz starts at 8.30pm

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112.40 acre farm outside Dundalk placed on market for €1.95 million

One of the largest parcels of farmland to go on sale in Co Louth for many years has gone on the market just outside Dundalk. A 112.40 acre site at

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Man has bike stolen from Market Square on his birthday just hours after purchase

Gardaí are appealing for information after a bicycle which had only been bought a few hours earlier was stolen from the Market Square area of Dundalk on Friday evening. A

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Louth house prices predicted to rise 7% in 2016

House prices are expected to increase by 7% in Co Louth this year. That’s according to Dundalk-based estate agents Sherry FitzGerald Carroll, who assessed the state of the property market

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Development site beside Xerox close to being sold

A substantial development land site on the outskirts of Dundalk is close to being sold after going sale agreed this week. REA Gunne Property brought an 8.99 hectare area (22.23

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Two substantial sites on outskirts of Dundalk up for sale

Two substantial development land sites on the outskirts of Dundalk have gone on the market in the past week. REA Gunne Property have an 8.99 hectare area (22.23 acres) for

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New village type development featuring over 1,000 houses given the go ahead for outside Dundalk

The go ahead has been given for over 1,000 new homes on the outskirts of Dundalk. The new village type development at Haggardstown and Haynestown has been granted planning permission

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New village type development planned for just outside Dundalk

Over 1,000 new homes are being planned for a new village type development at Haggardstown and Haynestown, just outside Dundalk. Dublin-based Groveview Builders Ltd have applied for planning permission to

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IDA Ireland launch Connect and Invest – Dundalk

IDA Ireland yesterday launched ‘Connect and Invest – Dundalk’, the sixth phase of its digital marketing initiative for attracting inward investment by highlighting the specific attributes of individual regional urban centres.

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National Pen wins Exporter of the Year award

Local company National Pen Promotional Products Ltd won the Irish Exporters Association’s overall Exporter of the Year Award 2013 at a dinner at The Convention Centre Dublin last night. Tánaiste

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This week’s Dundalk Leader

In this week’s Dundalk Leader, the main story is on the silver and bronze medals won by Dundalk’s three representatives at the Junior Kickboxing Championships in Poland. There’s also news