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Dundalk Railway Heritage Society walking tour

Dundalk Railway Heritage Society have organised a walking tour tomorrow (Saturday) to take in a number of key railway sites in the town. The walk will commence at Clarke Station

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Wedding open day at the Four Seasons Carlingford this Sunday

The Four Seasons Hotel in Carlingford will host a wedding open day this Sunday from 2pm to 6pm. There will also be the Michael Magill Entertainments wedding band showcase on

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Local drivers warned about petrol-stretching

Labour Senator Mary Moran has warned motorists in the area to be cognisant of the dangers of ‘petrol-stretching’, which involves fuel being illegally contaminated with kerosene. She said: “In recent days,

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Over €2m spent by Louth homeowners on their houses under the Government’s Home Renovation Incentive

Homeowners in Co Louth have spent just over €2m doing up their homes since last October, according to new figures, A total of 119 jobs were carried out in the

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“Dangerous” x-ray equipment stolen in Dundalk

A piece of x-ray equipment described as “dangerous” has been stolen in the area. Gardaí are investigating the theft of a handheld x-ray fluorescent metal analyser from a van in

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NPPR letter recipients asked to email Louth County Council immediately

Sinn Féin councillor in Louth Tomás Sharkey is calling on everybody in Louth who received a letter about the Non Principal Private Residents’ tax (commonly known as the second home

Sport

Dates and venues for Louth SFC semi-finals

The dates, times and venues for this year’s Louth SFC semi-finals have been confirmed. Dundalk Gaels will take on Dreadnots GFC in the first semi-final on Saturday September 6th at

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Roche Ladies to host fundraising Walk-A-Thon next month

Roche Emmets Ladies GFC will be hosting a Walk-A-Thon fundraiser in aid of the North Louth Hospice and in memory of Una Begley on Sunday September 7th from 3pm to

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Taste of Louth to take place in November

This year’s Taste of Louth event will be held in the Marshes Shopping Centre on the weekend of November 15th and 16th. Anyone who would like to book a stall

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Help sought in locating missing terrier dogs

Help is being sought to locate two missing terrier dogs in Dundalk. The dogs escaped from a car in the Boyd’s car park across form the bus station on the

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Dundalk’s clash with Derry City is rescheduled

Dundalk FC’s clash with Derry City, which had been due to go ahead on Friday September 19th, will now take place on Monday September 8th at Oriel Park. The game

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Ages and Stages staff hold sit-in protest

Staff of the Ages and Stages Early Years Centre in Mullaharlin Park staged a sit-in protest yesterday evening against the closure of the facility. Supported by parents who gathered outside

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Poc Fada to be featured on tonight’s In Off The Post show on Dundalk FM

Tonight’s In Off The Post GAA show on Dundalk FM will look back at last weekend’s All-Ireland Poca Fada. Special guest on the night will be the competition’s first ever winner,

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This week’s Argus

This week’s Argus leads with the story about Dundalk FC’s €18,000 fine from UEFA with the club set to launch an urgent review of their code of conduct as a

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Moran calls for Port Tunnel toll to be reduced during rail strike

The National Roads Authority should reduce the €10 peak-hours toll faced by commuters using the Dublin Port Tunnel for the duration of the rail strike, according to Labour Senator, Mary