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The gardens of Bellingham

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Recently we brought you a sneak peek inside the revamped Bellingham Castle. Now though another photo has been released by

Car overturns on M1 motorway

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Motorists travelling southbound on the M1 this morning between Junction 16 Dundalk South and Junction 15 Castlebellingham are advised to

Four new homes planned on site of gutted pub in Dromiskin

Four new homes planned on site of gutted pub in Dromiskin

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Four new homes are being planned for the site of a former pub which was gutted by fire in Dromiskin

Current affairs

Louth division returned more tapes to Garda HQ than any other

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The Louth Garda division returned more tapes than any other division in the country to Garda Headquarters when an inventory of all recordings was made

Lawyer calls for reopening of Smithwick Tribunal following Garda surveillance scandal

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The Smithwick Tribunal should be reopened on the back of the Garda surveillance scandal. That’s according to the lawyer for the family of former RUC

County Manager to visit derelict sites in Muirhevnamor

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Louth County Manager Philomena Poole has agreed to visit parts of Muirhevnamor in the coming weeks to see for herself the problems being faced by

McConville murder suspect granted bail

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Veteran republican Ivor Bell has been granted bail on a charge of aiding and abetting the murder of Jean McConville in 1972. The former IRA

Loughran calls on damage of Cooley Mountains by quad bikers to end

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Sinn Féin councillor Jim Loughran has called on off road vehicles such as quad bikes and scramblers, to stop causing damage to the Cooley Mountains and

Butler calls on council not to repay loans

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Local councillor Marianne Butler has asked Louth Local Authorities to refuse to repay the loan they took out to buy land for social housing purposes,

Newborns in this area have one of the lowest rates in the country when it comes to breastfeeding

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New mothers in the area have one of the lowest rates in the country of breastfeeding their babies, according to new figures released by the

Adams hits out at Boston Oral History project and reiterates he had no part in Jean McConville killing

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Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has issued a statement in response to media speculation that the PSNI may be interested in speaking to him in

PSNI still interested in Sinn Féin leader’s alleged role in McConville killing

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Detectives questioning Ivor Bell about the murder of Jean McConville are “keenly interested” in Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams’s alleged role in the killing, according

Ambulance staff asked to check wheel nuts before starting their shifts by HSE

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Ambulance staff have been asked to check the nuts on the wheels of their vehicles before starting each shift, it has emerged. An internal HSE

Green ‘shocked and angry’ at cost of Market Square and Stapleton Place repairs

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Sinn Féin Councillor Jennifer Green has said she was ‘shocked and angry’ to discover that almost €200,000 of tax payers money would be spent ‘fixing’

Louth records highest increase in land prices

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Louth recorded the highest percentage increase for land prices in Ireland last year, with prices jumping by a massive 49.3%. That’s according to the latest

Meenan looks at safer parking solutions at Gaelscoil

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Sinn Féin’s Cllr Kevin Meenan has called on Dundalk Town Council to come up with safer parking solutions at Gaelscoil Dhun Dealgan in Muirhevnamor. The

Louth top of the table when it comes to Tweeting

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The people of Louth are the biggest Tweeters in the country, according to new research from Bank of Ireland. The study shows that the people

Senator Mullen calls for extension of property tax deadline

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Senator Rónán Mullen, Independent candidate for Europe in the Midlands-North-West constituency of which Louth is a part of, has called on the Government to extend the

Fitzpatrick lends his support to Elvery’s staff in Dundalk

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Local TD Peter Fitzpatrick became the latest politician to lend his support to staff at Elvery’s Sports when he called into the store at Dundalk Retail