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Food lecture in Dundalk Library this Thursday

A lecture entitled ‘Food – what’s good for you and what not?’ is coming to the Louth County Library in Dundalk this Thursday. The nutrition and well-being talk takes place

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Garden shed broken into in Willville

Gardaí are appealing for information following a break-in to a garden shed in the Willville area of Carlingford last week. The incident occurred on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning with thieves gaining


Tight at the top in Dundalk and District Darts League

It is into the business end of the Dundalk and District Darts League season with all four divisions remaining tight at the top. In the Premier Division league leaders Courtney’s

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Harry and Tony team up for Bealtaine Festival event in Dundalk this Friday

Well known local personalities Harry Lee and Tony O’Kane are hosting a morning of chat, craic and a bit of music this Friday in the Louth County Library in Roden

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New car sales in Louth up 26% in first four months of 2016

The number of new cars sold in Louth in the first four months of the year is up 26.1% on the same period of last year. The latest figures from

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Local woman opens up on her crisis pregnancy and calls for Repeal of Eighth Amendment

A brave Carlingford woman has opened up about her crisis pregnancy experience, calling for the Repeal of the Eighth amendment to allow Irish woman to proceed with an abortion here

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Information sought on speedboat stolen from Annagassan

Information is being sought on a speedboat which was stolen from Annagassan over the course of the Bank Holiday weekend. The red 17ft boat is described as having white panels

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Dundalk Schoolboys’ League table quiz this Thursday

The Dundalk Schoolboys’ League Super Cup Northern Ireland squad are hosting a fundraising table quiz this Thursday night at 9pm in Kennedy’s Bar on the Carrick Road. The event is

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Mumstown event in the Marshes this Thursday will host a parent and tot coffee morning on Thursday between 10am and 12 noon at the Bagel Bar in the Marshes. There will be a free bouncy castle

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Ludlow family launch legal proceedings against Police Ombudsman in Northern Ireland

The family of Seamus Ludlow, a forestry worker from Mountpleasant who was murdered by Loyalists in 1976, have launched legal proceedings against the Police Ombudsman in Northern Ireland, claiming it

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Adams defends use of the N-word on Twitter following backlash

Local TD Gerry Adams has defended using the N-word in a tweet about film Django Unchained in which he compared the struggle against slavery in the US to the plight of


Two wins from two for Louth hurlers

Louth hurlers made it two wins from two in the Lory Meagher Cup on Saturday with a 3-14 to 2-10 victory away to Warwickshire. A Seaghan Connelly goal on 15


Holcroft hits eight as Louth triumph over London

Louth warmed up for their Leinster Championship clash with Carlow later this month with an impressive 3-17 to 1-15 victory over London in a 1916 Commemoration Game at Ruislip this

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Dromad Hire honoured at HAE Awards in London

Dundalk-based rental company Dromad Hire has recently been recognised as one of the top Hire Companies in Europe at the HAE (Hire Association Europe) Awards. The prestigious awards took place

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Think Twice campaign launching in Dundalk this May

The Think Twice campaign is set to get underway in Dundalk in May. Think Twice is an awareness campaign around disability and independence. Its organisers are trying make a difference