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Dundalk mother appears on The Late Late Show discussing trauma of having rented home repossessed

A Dundalk mother of two appeared on The Late Late Show on RTÉ One last night to discuss the desperate situation her family have found themselves in after having their rented

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Just shy of 13,000 non-nationals living in Louth

There were just shy of 13,000 non-nationals living in Louth at the time of the Census in April 2016. That’s according to information released today from the Central Statistics Office

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Louth TDs missed a combined total of 15 days in the Dáil so far this year

The five TDs in Louth missed a combined total of 15 days in the Dáil since the start of the year. Oireachtas figures show that three TDs, the Sinn Féin

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Education Minister expresses concern at situation at Faughart national school

Education Minister Richard Bruton says his department is “concerned” about the ongoing situation at Scoil Náisiúnta Bhríde in Faughart which has left the school without any pupils. Following an ongoing

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Local motorists urged to slow down tomorrow for European Day Without A Road Death

This Thursday September 21st is the second annual ‘European Day Without A Road Death’ also known as Project EDWARD. The initiative, which is supported by Louth County Council, the Road

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Rent prices in Dundalk increase by another 3%

The average rent of a property in Dundalk grew by another 3% in the last three months. That’s according to the latest Rent Index for Q2 2017 from the Residential

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Former US vice president Joe Biden makes return visit to Lily Finnegan’s

Lily Finnegan’s pub in Whitestown in Carlingford had a famous visitor last week when former US vice president Joe Biden stopped by. The former deputy to Barack Obama, Mr Biden

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No increase in Local Property Tax in Louth

There will be no increase on the rate of Local Property Tax paid in Louth next year. Local councillors this morning voted on the matter at the monthly meeting of

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People Before Profit reps to visit Dundalk next Thursday

The People Before Profit Alliance will be hosting an event in Dundalk next Thursday to listen to local community concerns. Dublin Mid-West TD Gino Kenny and West Belfast MLA Gerry

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Breathnach hits out at lack of progress in providing high speed broadband to parts of Louth

Local TD Declan Breathnach has hit out at the Government over the lack of high speed broadband available to many homes and businesses in Co Louth. In a statement today

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Over 1,200 people waiting on hospital appointments in Co Louth

Local TD Gerry Adams has hit out at new figures which show there are more than 1,200 people waiting for hospital appointments in Co Louth. According to the National Treatment

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Morgan hits out at ‘traffic mayhem’ close to the Marist school

Former local councillor Oliver Morgan has expressed his concern about the “traffic mayhem” being caused since the opening of the new St Mary’s College school last year. Mr Morgan, who

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Dundalk house prices rise another 2.6% in July

The average price of a house in Dundalk grew by a further 2.6% in July. The latest Residential Property Price Index from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) shows that the

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No pupils now left in Faughart NS

Scoil Naisiunta Brighde in Faughart now has no students enrolled in it. Just six pupils returned to the school after the summer holidays earlier this month as a long-running dispute

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Troubles no excuse to ‘whitewash’ killing of Tom Oliver, says Taoiseach

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams that the troubles cannot be used as an excuse to “whitewash” the “senseless killing” of Cooley farmer Tom Oliver. The