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Benson goal denies Cork City the title at Turner’s Cross

Dundalk are still League of Ireland champions for another fortnight or so at least after Robbie Benson’s goal denied Cork City the title at Turner’s Cross tonight. It looked like

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Lacazette goal earns lucky Dundalk person €375,000

One Dundalk person is €375,000 this evening. The lucky individual clinched Paddy Power’s Hotshot Jackpot thanks to Alexandre Lacazette’s 20th minute opener for Arsenal against West Brom in the Premier

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O’Hanlon records new personal best as he scoops over 40 title at Berlin Marathon

Local athlete Gary O’Hanlon recorded a new personal best as he claimed the over 40 title at the Berlin Marathon on Sunday. The 43-year-old from Kilkerley beat his previous best

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Blow for local residents as Domino’s given the go ahead to extend opening hours

Domino’s Pizza have been given the go ahead to extend the opening hours of its Dundalk store despite the appeals of local residents. Operators Pepperoni Industries Ltd have been granted

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Cars and Coffee North East returns to Dundalk this Sunday

The next Cars and Coffee North East event takes place this coming Sunday October 1st at Dundalk IT. The event runs from 9.30am to 1pm at the rear of the

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Local singer Emma Cahill releases new song ‘A New Horizon’

Local singer Emma Cahill has released a new song dedicated to all loved ones who have passed. A New Horizon was released last week and has so far received over

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Cavan Hill Water Treatment Plant to be upgraded

Irish Water has announced plans to upgrade the Cavan Hill Water Treatment Plant in Knockbridge. The plant, which supplies water to Dundalk, and the one at Staleen, which supplies much

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Dr Michael Mulvey appointed new president of Dundalk IT

Dr Michael Mulvey has been appointed the new president of Dundalk Institute of Technology. Dr Mulvey, who will take up his new role on Monday on a five year contract,

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Tenth consecutive gold medal for Dundalk at Tidy Town awards

Dundalk, Blackrock, Drogheda and former national winner Tallanstown have all retained their gold medals at the SuperValu Tidy Towns awards for 2017. The win marks a 10th consecutive gold medal

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Local youth groups to benefit from €391,000 funding for new equipment

A total of 107 community youth groups in Louth and Meath could be set to benefit from €391,162.92 in funding which has been made available through the updated and improved

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Stephenstown Pond in running for €30,000 funding from Coca-Cola

Stephenstown Pond in Knockbridge is in the running to receive a grant of up to €30,000 from the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund. Coca-Cola has revealed that the amenity was selected

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Dundalk IT’s Carla Rowe helps Dublin to All-Ireland final victory

Dundalk IT’s Carla Rowe was on the scoresheet as Dublin ended their losing streak in All-Ireland ladies finals with a 4-11 to 0-11 victory over Mayo at Croke Park yesterday.

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House prices remain unchanged in Louth, according to Real Estate Alliance

The average price of a three bed semi-detached home in Co Louth remained unchanged in the last three months. That’s according to the Real Estate Alliance Average House Price Index

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Week to remember for Dundalk golfer Ciaran Johnson

Eight handicapper Ciaran Johnson has had a week to remember. After finishing second in Wednesday’s Open Singles Stableford competition he went one better on Sunday to claim the Irwin Lockington

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Taoiseach wants to see high speed railway line developed between Dublin and Belfast

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar wants to see a high speed cross border railway line between Dublin and Belfast developed. Such a service has been mentioned for the best part of a