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Further Education and Training Information Fair to be held in Dundalk next week

Further Education and Training Information Fair to be held in Dundalk next week

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The Louth and Meath Education and Training Board will hold a Further Education and Training Information Fair in Dundalk next

Dundalk midfielder Towell to miss out on clash with Galway Utd tonight

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Dundalk top scorer Richie Towell will miss tonight’s clash with Galway Utd at Oriel Park after being diagnosed with pleurisy.

Last remaining retail unit available to let in Williamson’s Mall

Last remaining retail unit available to let in Williamson’s Mall

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A newly refurbished retail unit has become available to let in Williamson’s Mall. Located in the well established shopping complex

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Louth to benefit from 1,074 new social houses over the next three years

Louth to benefit from 1,074 new social houses over the next three years

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A total of 1,074 new social houses will be delivered in Louth over the next three years. That’s according to local TD Peter Fitzpatrick who

Chicken manure fertiliser to blame for strong smell in Dundalk today

Chicken manure fertiliser to blame for strong smell in Dundalk today

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A local councillor has advised that the strong smell of chicken manure which is blighting Dundalk at present will subside by 6pm this evening. A

Operation Enable aims to crack down on motorists illegally parking in disabled parking bays across the county

Operation Enable aims to crack down on motorists illegally parking in disabled parking bays across the county

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Gardaí have vowed to crack down on motorists parking illegally in wheelchair accessible parking bays across the county, as well as those fraudulently using permits.

Pro-choice event cancelled by local publican amid alleged intimidation from anti-abortion campaigners

Pro-choice event cancelled by local publican amid alleged intimidation from anti-abortion campaigners

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A local pub has been forced to cancel a pro-choice event planned to take place there due to alleged threats from anti-abortion campaigners. The Dundalk

Special service of songs and thanksgiving for our emergency services in Dundalk on Tuesday night

Special service of songs and thanksgiving for our emergency services in Dundalk on Tuesday night

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A special service of songs and thanksgiving for our emergency services will take place at St Nicholas’ Green Church in Dundalk this Tuesday night. On

Captain Mark Duffy and Rescue 116 crew honoured at People of the Year awards

Captain Mark Duffy and Rescue 116 crew honoured at People of the Year awards

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Blackrock man Captain Mark Duffy and the crew of Rescue 116 were amongst those honoured at last night’s Rehab People of the Year awards. The

Clarke describes repair work on Jocelyn Street footpath as an ‘eyesore’

Clarke describes repair work on Jocelyn Street footpath as an ‘eyesore’

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A well known local businessman has hit out at the shoddy repair work carried out outside his premises at Jocelyn Street, describing it as an

Inquests into the death of Rescue 116 crew commence in Mayo

Inquests into the death of Rescue 116 crew commence in Mayo

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Inquests into the deaths of four Coast Guard crew members who were on board Rescue helicopter 116 when it crashed in March 2017 have opened

Breathnach hits out at ‘unacceptable’ closure of Civil Registration Office in Dundalk

Breathnach hits out at ‘unacceptable’ closure of Civil Registration Office in Dundalk

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Louth TD Declan Breathnach has hit out at the closure of the Civil Registration Office in Dundalk, branding it “unacceptable”. Talk of the Town highlighted

Fears over future of Civil Registration Office in Dundalk as staff issues lead to closure

Fears over future of Civil Registration Office in Dundalk as staff issues lead to closure

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Fears have been expressed over the future of the Civil Registration Office in Dundalk after it closed its doors this week. The facility at the

Dundalk motorists waiting almost 13 weeks to sit their driving test

Dundalk motorists waiting almost 13 weeks to sit their driving test

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Motorists in Dundalk are having to wait an average of almost 13 weeks to sit their driving tests. That’s according to data released by the

Campbell expresses concern over delay in reduction of age limit at Minor Injuries Unit in Dundalk

Campbell expresses concern over delay in reduction of age limit at Minor Injuries Unit in Dundalk

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A local councillor has raised concerns after a commitment to reduce the age limit for treatment at the Minor Injuries Unit at the Louth County

Rape Crisis North East reach out to survivors and supporters in wake of Belfast rape trial verdict

Rape Crisis North East reach out to survivors and supporters in wake of Belfast rape trial verdict

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Rape Crisis North East have reached out to all survivors and supporters affected by the verdict of last week’s Belfast rape trial and reminded them

Presentation given on proposed Great Eastern Greenway from Carlingford to Drogheda

Presentation given on proposed Great Eastern Greenway from Carlingford to Drogheda

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The Dundalk Cycling Alliance held a presentation in Blackrock last night to present their plans for a greenway to run the length of the Co

Plans for revamp of Clanbrassil Street and St Nicholas Quarter passed with amendments

Plans for revamp of Clanbrassil Street and St Nicholas Quarter passed with amendments

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Plans for the revamp of Clanbrassil Street and the St Nicholas Quarter have been passed, clearing the way for the upgrade works in Dundalk town

Irish Life staff in Dundalk to take part in 24 hour work stoppage on April 12th

Irish Life staff in Dundalk to take part in 24 hour work stoppage on April 12th

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Irish Life staff at its centre in Dundalk and headquarters in Dublin are to stage a 24-hour work stoppage on April 12th over the company’s

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