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€1 million worth of illegal cigarettes were set for Dundalk

Revenue officers today seized two million smuggled cigarettes at Dublin Port which were concealed in a 20-foot shipping container that originated in Dubai. The cigarettes were addressed to Dundalk. The

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Two hospitalised following separate overnight crashes in the area

Two people were hospitalised following separate road traffic accidents in the area last night. Three units of the fire service, three Garda cars and an ambulance attended the scene of

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Japanese Embassy official visits Dundalk to thank town for their support in wake of Yosuke Sasaki’s murder

A representative of the Japanese embassy visited Dundalk this morning to express their thanks to the local public at their turnout for the recent vigil in memory of Yosuke Sasaki.

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Healthy thief steals fruit and protein shake from car in Dundalk

A criminal took the idea of the January diet to new levels last week when an apple, orange and protein shake were stolen from a car in the town. The

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Rings and iPads stolen during break-in to house at Laurel Brook Gardens

Gardaí in Dundalk are investigating a break-in to a house in Laurel Brook Gardens last Wednesday morning. The incident occurred sometime between the hours of 5am and 7am when a

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Second batch of tyres dumped illegally at Edentubber

A second major dumping of tyres took place at Edentubber over the weekend. The latest incident follows on from a similar one over the Christmas period where around a thousand

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Cyclist knocked down on main Dundalk to Carlingford Road

A cyclist has been knocked down by a car on the main R173 Dundalk to Carlingford Road. The incident occurred shortly after 2pm close to the entrance for the Ballymascanlon

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Man accused of Dundalk attacks has case adjourned as court hears he is not fit to attend

The man accused of murdering a Japanese national in Dundalk eight days ago had his case adjourned at Cloverhill District Court this morning. Mohamed Morei was charged last Thursday with

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Man accused of Dundalk attacks to appear before court once again today

Mohamed Morei, the man accused of the attacks in Dundalk last week, is due to appear in court again today. The 18-year-old was last Thursday charged with the murder of

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Gardaí investigating attempted break-in to parochial house in Tallanstown

Gardaí are investigating an attempted break-in to the Parochial House in Tallanstown last week. Last Wednesday night/Thursday morning January 3rd/4th a side window of the parochial house, which is located

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Donations box stolen from Dundalk church

A donations box was stolen from a local church on New Year’s Day. The incident occurred at St Joseph’s Redemptorist Church on the St Alphonsus Road. It is believed there

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Garda appeal for three women who shared a taxi with another woman on New Year’s Day to contact them

Gardaí in Dundalk have appealed for a group of three females who got into a taxi on Park Street in the early hours of New Year’s Day to contact them.

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Man arrested on public order offence in Dundalk found to have thousands of euro worth of drugs in his possession

A quantity of drugs was discovered on a man after he was arrested for a public order offence in Dundalk last week. The 29-year-old was arrested on the Dublin Road

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Just shy of €19,000 raised to help with repatriation of Yosuke Sasaki to Japan

The GoFundMe page to help with the repatriation of Yosuke Sasaki to Japan raised just shy of €19,000. The fund was set up by former local councillor Oliver Morgan last

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Family of Yosuke Sasaki thank people of Dundalk for their support

The family of Yosuke Sasaki have released a statement thanking the people of Ireland for the support shown since the death of the 24-year-old last week. The Japanese national was