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Dundalk defender Barrett moves to Waterford on loan

Dundalk defender Paddy Barrett has completed a loan move to his hometown club Waterford FC. This will be the 24-year-old’s third spell at the RSC. He joined Dundalk at the

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Volunteers sought for All-Ireland Poc Fada finals this Saturday

Volunteers are being sought for this Saturday’s All-Ireland Poc Fada Championships on Annaverna Mountain in Ravensdale. Anyone interested in getting involved is asked to contact Naomh Moninne Hurling Club through

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Luzzious Boutique closes local store to concentrate on online business

Luzzious Boutique has closed the doors on its shop at the Long Walk to concentrate on online sales. The popular women’s clothing store was founded by Teresa Savage 10 years


Arrowsmith named Player of the Year at Dundalk Rugby Club awards night

Dundalk Rugby Club hosted their awards ceremony on Saturday night following their successful golf classic earlier that day in Mannan Castle Golf Club. On the night Sean Arrowsmith was named

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Revenue carry out two local raids with tobacco, cigarettes and green diesel seized

The Revenue Commissioners carried out two raids on premises in north Louth late last week. The first incident occurred on Thursday when 120 kilos of contraband tobacco and 25,000 cigarettes


Cuchulainn’s Anne Duffy wins Ulster Cross Country Mountain Bike Championships

Cuchulainn Cycling Club’s Anne Duffy capped an incredible season by winning the Ulster Cross Country Mountain Bike Championships in Castlewellan Forest park on Sunday. As Anne is living close to

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Wonderful tribute to Rescue 116 crew with tribute flotilla on Carlingford Lough

A poignant reminder of the sacrifice the Irish Coast Guard makes on a daily basis was made in Carlingford Lough yesterday when a tribute flotilla was held in memory of

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€10,000 in funding announced for Carlingford-Omeath Greenway

The Carlingford-Omeath Greenway has received a major boost today after being allocated €10,000 under the Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme. The money will be used towards grass cutting and the eradication

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Gardaí encourage motorists to slow down ahead of Bank Holiday weekend

Eight motorists were detected speeding in Co Louth last Wednesday. That’s according to information released by An Garda Síochána this morning as part of their appeal for motorists to take

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Bell X1 frontman Paul Noonan to perform solo in Dundalk this November

Paul Noonan, best known as the lead singer of top Irish act Bell X1, has announced a gig at The Spirit Store this November as part of his six-date autumn

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Average Garda in Louth took home more than €8,000 in overtime pay last year

More than €2.44 million was paid to Gardaí in the Louth Garda Division last year for overtime. Figures published in the Ireland edition of The Times today shows that Gardaí

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Dundalk dog Lenny to represent Louth in this year’s Nose of Tralee

A local dog has been selected to represent Louth in this year’s Nose of Tralee. The Nose of Tralee is a fun competition, based on the Rose of Tralee, whereby

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More than 300 more single men in Dundalk than women

It’s not all in your heads lads. It really is more difficult for you to find a date than for women. That’s partly because there are more than 300 more

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Kilduff departs Dundalk for American side Jacksonville Armada

Dundalk FC have confirmed the departure of striker Ciaran Kilduff. The 28-year-old has made a move to the United States to join Florida-based NASL club Jacksonville Armada. Kilduff departs Oriel

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Tribute flotilla in memory of Rescue 116 on Carlingford Lough today

A tribute flotilla in memory of Irish Coast Guard helicopter Rescue 116 will be held at Carlingford Marina today. The event will remember Dara Fitzpatrick, Ciaran Smith, Paul Ormsby and