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Poor old Jim

Yesterday wasn’t a day that we reckon Jim Corr will look back on with much fondness. Just moments after leaving the Commercial Court, where it was revealed he had reached

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Jim Corr reaches settlement with ACC Bank

The Commercial Court has been told that a settlement has been reached between Dundalk musician Jim Corr and ACC Bank in relation to a judgment against the musician of €1.4m.

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A new home for RTÉ in Dundalk IT

  RTÉ’s North East correspondent Richard Dowling has shared the following picture on Twitter of the new RTÉ studio in Dundalk IT. The station moved last month from their old

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Protest march in Dundalk this Saturday

A protest march against austerity will take place in Dundalk this Saturday from 1pm. The gathering will meet at the Fair Green before marching up Clanbrassil Street to the Market

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CCTV to be used in Dundalk’s fight against drugs

Dundalk Town Council has been urged to use its CCTV cameras to help combat open-drug dealing in the town. Sinn Fein’s Kevin Meenan and the Green Party’s Mark Dearey both

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Brown bin now compulsory in Dundalk

A new type of bin will become more visible along Dundalk streets from this week, as it becomes compulsory for households to use. The brown bin is for disposing of

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Local man fired by Northern Trust for operating rogue scheme, which saw €200,000 vanish

A LOCAL man with family connections to politics in the area has lost his job at US financial services firm Northern Trust’s Dublin office after the company uncovered a rogue

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Gerry Adams to launch Dundalk Pride event

  The Dublin Pride event, which celebrates gay and lesbian rights, will be held this weekend. With that in mind it’s worth noting that its Dundalk equivalent is only around

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Man who suffered severe injuries in Dundalk accident is awarded €5.2m

A young man who suffered brain damage and other devastating injuries while working in Dundalk yesterday secured €5.2m damages in a settlement of his high court action. On January 14th

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You can bank on long queues in Dundalk

  Fiona McLaughlin has reported that an old man has just collapsed while waiting in a queue at the AIB branch in Dundalk. Apparently the problem was exasperated by the

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Body found in Dundalk identified as that of Sean Watters

The body discovered at Marsh North last weekend has been identified as that of Sean Watters, who had been missing since last March. The 60-year-old from Laurel Grove was last

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Meeting organised to tackle Dundalk’s retail crisis

A meeting has been organised for next Tuesday July 2nd in the County Museum to deal with Dundalk’s retail crisis. The meeting – titled ‘Dundalk Retail Crisis – Turning it

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Hopes of local Euromillions winner are quashed

Rumours that the Irish winner of Tuesday night’s Euromillions jackpot bought their ticket in Dundalk have been quashed after the National Lottery revealed that the ticket had been sold in

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Lack of hospice services in North East highlighted in new report

A new report from the Irish Hospice Foundation has shown that the North East – which comprises Louth, Meath, Cavan and Monaghan-  has no hospice service, at a time when

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Don’t be surprised if you come across this today

  The Google mapping car is reported to be in Dundalk today. They must be going to update the street view of Dundalk on Google Maps. The last mapping took