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New cross border greenway project will link Carlingford to Newry

A new cross border greenway project will be announced tomorrow morning. The new 10.1km stretch of greenway will help link Carlingford to Newry. Full details of the €3.46 million project,

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Landmark Omeath pub on the market for €495,000

A landmark pub in Omeath has gone on the market for €495,000. Cornamucklagh House on the Ferryhill Road, formerly known as Davey’s, enjoys fabulous views over Narrow Water with the medieval

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Táin March to arrive in Dundalk this Saturday

The Táin March will arrive in Dundalk this Saturday on its final leg. The march began in Co Roscommon on May 19th and has made its way through Cloondara, Longford,

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Breathnach insists discussions will take place soon on future of Narrow Water Bridge project

Local TD Declan Breathnach insists that discussion will take shortly on what the next step is in relation to the Narrow Water Bridge. The proposed bridge, which was proposed to

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Visitors to Cooley Peninsula urged to take their litter with them

The issue of littering on the Cooley Peninsula has been raised once again. The Carlingford and The Cooley Peninsula Facebook page today published images taken this morning on the Turf

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Garda Ombudsman launches investigation into murder of Garda Tony Golden

The Garda Ombudsman has confirmed that it has launched an investigation into the murder of Garda Tony Golden in Omeath 18 months ago. The father of three, from Blackrock in

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Omeath Fuels sell Lotto ticket worth €71,875

Louth’s Lotto luck has continued after it emerged that a local filling station sold a ticket worth €71,875 for last Saturday’s National Lottery draw. A customer of Omeath Fuels at

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Just 10 ghost estates remain in Co Louth

There are just 10 ghost estates left in Co Louth, according to new figures from the Department of Housing. This is a fall from the 104 that were accounted for

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Two temporary classrooms will provide pre-school facilities at Omeath school

Scoil Naomh Brid in Omeath have applied to Louth County Council for planning permission for two temporary classrooms at the Ardaghy-based school. The two temporary units would be for pre-school

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Cuchulainn Gaels given go ahead to improve their ground

Cuchulainn Gaels GAC have been given the go ahead for a series of improvements at their ground at Knocknagoran in Omeath. The county’s youngest GAA club have been granted planning

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Number of Gardaí stationed in Louth at five year high as of last December

The number of Gardaí stationed in the Louth Garda Division reached a five year high at the end of last year. Figures supplied to local TD Gerry Adams by Minister

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Revamp of Park Hotel in Omeath remains on course

Plans to revamp the Park Hotel in Omeath are still on course after Louth County Council recently gave the go ahead to extend the period of planning permission to redevelop

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Dundalk Photographic Society to commence digital photography course in Omeath on Monday

Dundalk Photographic Society, in conjunction with Omeath District Development, will begin a six week Digital Photography Course this coming Monday February 13th. The class will take place at the Dolmen

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Watters calls on Louth County Council to push ahead with Narrow Water Bridge

Local Councillor Antóin Watters has called on the Chief Executive of Louth County Council to push ahead with the Narrow Water Bridge project given the amount of money that has

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Louth County Council spent €1.95m on Narrow Water Bridge project before EU funding was withdrawn

Louth County Council spent €1.95 million on the Narrow Water Bridge project before EU funding was withdrawn in November 2013. The Special European Union Programmes Body (SEUPB) had pledged €17.4