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The Market Bar gets a facelift

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The Market Bar in Clanbrassil Street got a bit of a facelift yesterday with a new look front and covered

McCrystal sets new national record for Ironman event in Barcelona

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Local triathlete Bryan McCrystal set a new national record for the Ironman event in Barcelona on Sunday. The Jenkinstown native,

Hilco donate piano to Dundalk School of Music

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Hilco Capital, the company behind HMV and Xtra-vision, have presented a new piano to the Dundalk School of Music. Commenting

Current affairs

Fianna Fáil warns that special deal on border is at ‘serious risk’

Fianna Fáil warns that special deal on border is at ‘serious risk’

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Fianna Fáil has warned that the special deal on the future of the Irish border after Brexit is at serious risk. The party’s Brexit spokesperson

Petition launched to include traffic separated cycling lanes in upgrade of Clanbrassil Street

Petition launched to include traffic separated cycling lanes in upgrade of Clanbrassil Street

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The Dundalk Cycling Alliance have launched a petition calling on Louth County Council to include traffic separated cycling lanes in the €4 million upgrade planned

Warning that ‘severe cold’ weather could be set to return next week

Warning that ‘severe cold’ weather could be set to return next week

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Locals have been advised to stock up on fuel in the coming days with a return to “severe cold” weather predicted for next week. Dundalk

Minister warns that border checks may be necessary post Brexit

Minister warns that border checks may be necessary post Brexit

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A Cabinet minister has warned that border checks could still be required on the island of Ireland post Brexit, even if Britain strikes a “very

Yore calls on public to stop parking illegally in disabled parking spaces

Yore calls on public to stop parking illegally in disabled parking spaces

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Local councillor Maeve Yore has called on members of the public who park illegally in disability parking spaces to stop. The independent representative has advised

Further quantity of diesel laundering waste dumped at Kilcurry

Further quantity of diesel laundering waste dumped at Kilcurry

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A further quantity of fuel laundering waste has been discovered in north Louth this morning. Six cubes of the toxic diesel sludge, containing up to

Appeal launched to help Omeath couple rebuild after their home is destroyed by fire

Appeal launched to help Omeath couple rebuild after their home is destroyed by fire

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An appeal has been launched to help raise funds for an Omeath-based family whose home was destroyed by fire last week. Alisha McKevitt woke on

Dundalk Student Village the biggest sale of 2017 locally as transactions rise 9.3%

Dundalk Student Village the biggest sale of 2017 locally as transactions rise 9.3%

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The sale of Dundalk Student Village for €2.3 million was the biggest property transaction of last year in Co Louth. Figures from the Property Price

Four Louth projects receive €44,619 to tackle illegal dumping

Four Louth projects receive €44,619 to tackle illegal dumping

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Four projects in Louth are set to receive funding totaling €44,619 to tackle the scourge of illegal dumping. The funding was announced earlier today by

Dundalk region a key priority for Government under Ireland 2040 plan

Dundalk region a key priority for Government under Ireland 2040 plan

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The Drogheda-Dundalk-Newry corridor will be a key priority for the Government as part of it’s ‘Ireland 2040 – Our Plan’ strategy, which was announced earlier

Dundalk expected to be named an economic growth centre in Ireland’s 2040 plan

Dundalk expected to be named an economic growth centre in Ireland’s 2040 plan

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Dundalk is expected to receive a major funding boost later today with the town set to be named an economic growth centre as part of

Court in Dundalk has longest backlog in the country for divorce cases

Court in Dundalk has longest backlog in the country for divorce cases

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Local people seeking to divorce are having to wait up to a year for their cases to be heard in Dundalk Circuit Court due to

Rugby star Kearney wins appeal to build new home in Carlingford

Rugby star Kearney wins appeal to build new home in Carlingford

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Leinster and Ireland rugby star Rob Kearney has been given the go ahead to build a new home in Carlingford by An Bord Pleanála. The

Breathnach hits out at lack of funding for road repairs

Breathnach hits out at lack of funding for road repairs

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Local TD Declan Breathnach has expressed his frustration at what he has described as “the continuing lack of funding and Government investment in our roads

Adams accuses Government of failing renters in Louth

Adams accuses Government of failing renters in Louth

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Local TD Gerry Adams has accused the Government of failing renters in Louth. Yesterday the latest Daft.ie report showed that rents in the Wee County

Dundalk house prices continue to rise

Dundalk house prices continue to rise

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The average price of a house in Dundalk grew by a further 0.9% in December and is now more than €22,500 dearer than it was

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