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Dundalk’s EA Sports Cup tie with Waterford set for May 1st

Dundalk FC’s EA Sports Cup quarter-final tie with Waterford has been set for the May Bank Holiday, May 1st. The game will take place at Oriel Park with a kick

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38 local jobs at risk as Teva Pharmaceuticals plans to close Dundalk facility

Drug giant Teva Pharmaceuticals, best known for making Sudocrem, is set close one of two laboratories in Dundalk which could lead to 38 jobs being lost. The decision was made

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European Commission to take case over waste water treatment failures in 38 locations, including Dundalk

The European Commission is set to take a case against Ireland in the European Court of Justice over waste water treatment failures in 38 locations around the country, including Dundalk.

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President congratulates Dundalk on title success

President of Ireland Michael D Higgins was amongst the first to congratulate Dundalk FC on their SSE Airtricity League Premier Division title success last night. Stephen Kenny’s side secured their

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Finance Minister once again hints that Living City Initiative may be extended to Dundalk

Finance Minister Michael Noonan has once again hinted that the Living City Initiative may be extended to include Dundalk and Drogheda. The Living City initiative, which was launched in May

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Government may open up Living City Initiative to include Dundalk

The Government have given the first indication that they may be set to open up the Living City Initiative Scheme to include Dundalk. The Living City initiative focuses on the

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Carlingford Ferries owner purchases Passage East Ferry Company

The Passage East Ferry Company has been sold to the owners of Carlingford Ferries. The ferry connects Waterford City with the Hook Peninsula in Wexford and makes an average of

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Cura crisis pregnancy service in Dundalk to merge with Monaghan operation

The Cura crisis pregnancy service in Dundalk is set to merge with the Monaghan operation. The news comes after it emerged this week that Cura is to close seven provincial

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Louth has tenth fastest broadband in the country

Louth has the tenth fastest average download speed for broadband in the country. That’s according to new data compiled by www.comparebroadband.ie which shows that the average user in the Wee


Dundalk IT lose out in Umbro Plate Final to Athlone IT

The Dundalk IT senior men’s soccer team lost out to Athlone IT on a 3-0 scoreline in yesterday’s Colleges FAI Umbro Plate Final in Waterford IT. The Midlanders were two


No positive doping samples recorded at Dundalk Stadium last year

No cases of doping were discovered from greyhounds running in Dundalk Stadium last year, according to Bord na gCon. In total 58 positive samples taken from dogs running at tracks


Louth make two changes to side for visit of Wicklow to Drogheda

Louth have made two changes to their side for Sunday’s Allianz National Football League Division Four clash with Wicklow in Drogheda from the team that won away to Waterford three

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Louth U-21 side named for Championship clash with Laois

The Louth U-21 team for tomorrow night’s Eirgrid Leinster U-21 Championship clash with Laois in Haggardstown has been named. The big news is the return to the side of Ryan


Dundalk hit Waterford for eight

Dundalk FC continued their preparations for the new season with an emphatic 8-1 friendly victory over Waterford Utd at Oriel Park last night. Stephen Kenny’s side didn’t have to wait


Burns the hero as Louth make it two wins from two against Waterford

Ryan Burns was the hero for Louth as they made it two wins from two in the Allianz National League Division Four with a 1-10 to 1-9 victory over Waterford