Adams calls for review of facilities at Garda Stations for domestic violence sufferers

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Local TD Gerry Adams has called for a review of facilities at all Garda stations to ensure that victims of domestic violence are interviewed in

Local pianist Loyola Browne ‘Making the Grade’

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Local pianist and former teacher Loyola Browne features in the uplifting documentary film ‘Making the Grade’ which is being shown in a select number of

Coláiste Chú Chulainn parents seek meeting with local authority as frustration over school delays continue

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The parents of children in Coláiste Chú Chulainn have requested a meeting with all local council officials and TDs regarding the delay to the school’s

Gasp Boutique to host one day designer sale in The Lisdoo this Sunday

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Gasp Boutique are hosting a one day designer sale this Sunday in The Lisdoo. The boutique, run by Dundalk woman Ann Doyle, has stores in

At least 30 shipwrecks located off Co Louth coast according to new interactive map

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There are at least 30 shipwrecks located off the Co Louth coast. That’s according to a new Wreck Viewer interactive map which launched yesterday. The

Louth to benefit from €100,000 in funding to tackle illegal dumping, litter, dog fouling and graffiti

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Louth is set to receive close to €100,000 to tackle the problems of illegal dumping, litter, dog fouling and graffiti throughout the county. Some €76,300

Euroshow Funfair returns to Dundalk today

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The Euroshow Funfair returns to Dundalk later today. The funfair will be located in Connolly’s Field, off the Avenue Road, beside Tesco Extra and Lidl.

Candlelight vigil in solidarity with baby Alfie Evans to take place in Dundalk on Friday

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A candlelight vigil in solidarity with baby Alfie Evans and his family has been organised in Dundalk this Friday. The vigil will take place at

South Armagh men found guilty of kidnapping, robbing and threatening to kill Dundalk taxi driver

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Two men from South Armagh were yesterday found guilty of kidnapping, robbing and threatening to kill a Dundalk taxi driver at Newry Crown Court. Robert

Irish Water works in Ard Easmuinn put back to Monday

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Hydrant installation works scheduled to take place in Ard Easmuinn today have been put back until Monday. Irish Water advised yesterday that residents in the