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Former St Mary’s College building placed up for sale

The old St Mary’s College school on St Mary’s Road has been placed up for sale for an undisclosed sum. The sale is being targeted at investors looking to build

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Vintage tea party and fashion show in Wellington Hall this Saturday

A fundraising vintage tea party with a men’s and ladies fashion show will be held in Wellington Hall on St Mary’s Road this Saturday. The event has been organised to

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Plans for 25 new dwellings on grounds of the Marist are upheld

An Bord Pleanála have upheld Louth County Council’s decision to grant planning permission on the grounds of the old St Mary’s College on St Mary’s Road. Planning permission for 25

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Go ahead given for construction of 25 new homes on grounds of the Marist

Conditional planning permission has been granted to build houses on the grounds of the old St Mary’s College on St Mary’s Road. For years the Marist had educated the next

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Dun Dealgan NS to relocate to Wellington Hall this September

Dun Dealgan National School are set to relocate to Wellington Hall this September. The school and its 84 pupils will be based there for the next academic year while their

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New Slimming World group to launch at Wellington Hall on Tuesday

A new Slimming World group will launch at Wellington Hall on St Mary’s Road on Tuesday. The group will be run by local woman Roisin Cox, who herself lost weight

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Dundalk-born priest Fr George Murphy returns home to mark his Golden Jubilee

A Dundalk-born priest will return home this Sunday to mark 50 years since his ordination to the priesthood. Fr George Murphy, originally from Park Avenue in Dundalk currently serves as

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St Mary’s College opening to feature on Louth County Matters tonight

The official opening of the new St Mary’s College will be the focus of attention on Louth County Matters on Irish TV this evening at 6.30pm. The programme will give

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First classes held in new St Mary’s College school

The new school at St Mary’s College was officially handed over last Friday with the first classes taking place in it this week. Construction on the new state of the

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Marist Fathers plan to build homes on site of St Mary’s College

For years St Mary’s College has educated the next generation. However, now the famous school on St Mary’s Road could be set to house people too, with a planning application

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Predicted traffic problems emerge on St Mary’s Road following new cycle lane installation

The issue of the new cycle lanes on St Mary’s Road have been a hot topic ever since they were installed during the recent mid-term break. There were predictions of

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St Mary’s Road cycle lane “an accident waiting to happen” – McGahon

Fine Gael Councillor for Dundalk-Carlingford, John McGahon, has hit out at the recently installed bicycle lane on St Mary’s Road, describing it as an “accident waiting to happen”. Cllr McGahon

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Clothing sale in Wellington Hall

A ‘Good as new Clothes Sale’ takes place in Wellington Hall on St Mary’s Road on Saturday April 16th from 11am to 5pm. A wide selection of fashion and accessories

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New cycle lanes outside the Marist could lead to traffic problems

Some disruption to traffic can be expected next week on St Mary’s Road when schools reopen. As part of the ongoing work on the new school at St Mary’s College, a

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Coláiste Chu Chulainn to move to Marist in September

Coláiste Chu Chulainn will be located in the old Marist school from this September, the Louth Meath Education Training Board (LMETB) has confirmed. The second level school will move to