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Louth TD Adams questioned in relation to McConville murder

Sinn Féin leader and local TD Gerry Adams is being interviewed by the PSNI about the circumstances of the abduction and murder of Jean McConville in 1972. Despite claims north

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Net1 roll out fibre broadband services throughout Louth

Net1 Broadband have recently rolled out fibre broadband services throughout County Louth. The company, whose head office is in Tullyallen just outside Drogheda, now offers coverage in a range of

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Plaque honouring Dundalk’s World War One heroes to be erected soon

A plaque commemorating the 307 men from Dundalk who died during World War One will be erected in the town shortly. The men, who were either born locally or lived

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Help sought in locating missing Dundalk man

The public have been asked to help locate 35-year-old Dundalk man Paul Nesbitt, who has been missing since last week. Gardaí say Mr Nesbitt is 5ft 8in in height, of

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This week’s Argus

This week’s Argus leads with the story of 25 new jobs that are set to be created at Crumb Rubber in Dromiskin. There’s also coverage from the Louth County Council

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Alzheimer’s tea day in Dundalk tomorrow

A tea day in aid of the Alzheimer’s Association of Ireland will take place in the Long Walk Shopping Centre on Thursday from 10am to 4pm. Everyone is invited to

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Corrigan hits out at local authority over lack of urgency in relation to Dundalk Women’s Aid closure

Local Sinn Féin councillor Edel Corrigan has hit out at the local authority for failing to take action in relation to the impending closure of the Dundalk Women’s Aid refuge.


O’Donnell receives injury boost as knee damage isn’t as bad as first feared

Dundalk FC captain Stephen O’Donnell has received a major boost in his battle to return to fitness after surgery yesterday revealed that his cruciate knee ligament injury was not as

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Narrow Water Bridge project not dead, insists Taoiseach

The Narrow Water Bridge project is not dead, according to Taoiseach Enda Kenny. The proposed bridge, which aims to link Warrenpoint and Omeath, looked set to go ahead last year

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Interim Garda Commissioner determined to catch Donohoe killers

The interim Garda Commissioner says she’s determined that the people who murdered Adrian Donohoe will be pursued and apprehended. The Detective Garda was shot dead during a botched robbery at

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Smith enters local election race for People Before Profit Alliance

The People Before Profit Alliance’s Syd Smith has become the latest name to put himself forward for next month’s local elections. Smith, who also ran in the 2009 elections in

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More local businesses getting behind the Giro

Lately we’ve been featuring local businesses who have gone pink for the Giro d’Italia. It’s not just paint jobs that have been done around the town though. Phone Alarms in

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Rural areas to benefit from broadband roll-out

A number of rural areas of the county are set to benefit from high-speed broadband following last week’s announcement by Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte of a major infrastructure roll-out.

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This week’s Dundalk Democrat

This week’s Dundalk Democrat leads with the fall-out from Deloitte’s report into the housing scandal at Louth County Council. There’s also continued build-up to the Giro d’Italia and the local

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Water metering protests coming to Dundalk

With water metering set to commence in Dundalk in the next few weeks, a group of locals are trying to organise a protest fighting back against the introduction of water