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Brennan family reunited with their father’s prestigious GAA medal collection

A local family were yesterday reunited with their father and grandfather’s prestigious medal collection, which includes two All-Ireland medals won with Louth in 1910 and 1912. Earlier this month it

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Another Talk of the Town landmark as we celebrate our fourth birthday

Today marks another landmark moment in the history of Talk of the Town as we celebrate our fourth birthday. It was April 13th 2013 when we launched and over the

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Louth Player Ratings vs Tipperary

By Caoimhín Reilly Louth secured promotion back to Division Two of the National Football League with a dramatic comeback win over Tipperary at Semple Stadium yesterday. Here’s how Talk of the

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NFL: Tipperary manager insists their 2015 drubbing of Louth will have little impact today

  By Caoimhín Reilly Tipperary manager Liam Kearns doesn’t feel that his side’s 23-point win over Louth in Thurles two years ago gives the Premier County an advantage heading into

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Irish spelling of Newry wrong on several Dundalk signposts

Recently Talk of the Town raised the matter of signposts around the town which had incorrect spellings on them. In that instance it was Gyles’ Quay that was highlighted, although

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NFL Division Three: Offaly manager ‘very impressed’ with Louth ahead of Sunday’s meeting

  By Caoimhín Reilly Offaly manager Pat Flanagan has called Louth “very impressive” ahead of Sunday’s Allianz National Football League round three match between the counties in Tullamore. Louth currently

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Talk of the Town officially Dundalk and the North East’s number one news website

Talk of the Town is officially Dundalk, County Louth and the North East’s biggest news website. Data from SimilarWeb.com, which provides an overview of traffic to sites across the web,

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“There will be no easy games in Division Three”

By Caoimhín Reilly Laois manager Peter Creedon believes that Division Three could be the tightest of all the four Divisions in this year’s National Football League. With Louth, Armagh and

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O’Leary ready to embrace his newest ‘coaching challenge’

By Caoimhín Reilly It’s not often that players have the luxury to learn from a multiple All-Ireland winner, especially one with the stature of former Dublin goalkeeper John O’Leary. However,

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Talk of the Town’s top 10 most read stories of 2016

So another year is just about over. While 2016 will be remembered by many for celebrity deaths, it has also been a busy one on the news front locally. Talk

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Talk of the Town launches new iOS and Android app

Talk of the Town are delighted to announce the launch of a brand new app for iOS and Android devices. The new Talk of the Town Dundalk app will allow

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Talk of the Town TV chats to Eve McCrystal

Talk of the Town TV recently had the pleasure to sit down with Paralympic gold medalist Eve McCrystal to discuss her triumph in Rio this summer. Eve, from Jenkinstown, discussed

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Talk of the Town TV visits Realt na Mara for Seachtain na Gaeilge

Last week saw Seachtain na Gaeilge take place around the country and to mark the occasion Talk of the Town TV visited Realt na Mara National School last week to

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New Louth General Election blog launched

A new blog taking an alternative look at the General Election race in the Louth/East Meath constituency has been set up in recent weeks. The Louth Dáil Elections page has

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Coffee Time opening late this weekend in response to Dundalk’s late night coffee campaign

A reminder that Coffee Time in Park Street will be open late tonight and tomorrow night. Last week Talk of the Town featured an article about local man Ross Burlingham’s