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Little chance of a repeat of Tuesday’s snowfall tonight according to Louth Weather

While Met Éireann has issued a snow-ice warning for the whole of Ireland there is little chance of a repeat of Tuesday night’s heavy snowfall here. That’s according to Louth

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Help sought in locating Blackrock man missing from his home in Castlebar

An appeal has been launched for information on the whereabouts of a Blackrock man who has gone missing from his current home in Castlebar, Co Mayo. Fiachra Mac Gabhann, who

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Japanese Embassy official visits Dundalk to thank town for their support in wake of Yosuke Sasaki’s murder

A representative of the Japanese embassy visited Dundalk this morning to express their thanks to the local public at their turnout for the recent vigil in memory of Yosuke Sasaki.

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Yellow wind warning issued for this evening and tonight

A status yellow wind warning has been issued for Munster, Connacht and Leinster. The weather warning will come into effect at 5pm this evening and run until 3am on Thursday

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Extreme care advised on roads following last night’s snowfall

Extreme care is advised on local roads this morning following last night’s snow fall. While most routes have been reduced to slush, conditions remain treacherous and people are advised to

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More snow expected tonight

Louth County Council has warned that more snow is expected to fall tonight and urged people to only make journeys if absolutely necessary. The local authority took to social media

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Snow expected to spread to all areas in the next few hours

Snow is expected in all areas of the county in the next few hours. That’s according to the Louth Weather Facebook page who said we were entering a “high risk

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Snow arrives on the Cooley Peninsula

Snow has arrived to the Cooley Peninsula. According to Louth Weather there were frequent heavy snow showers with blizzard conditions at times in the Long Woman’s Grave area of Cooley

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Status yellow wind warning issued for Co Louth

A status yellow wind warning has been issued for a number of counties across the country, including Louth. The warning from Met Éireann came into effect at 11am this morning

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McGahon welcomes launch of new online system for medical card applications

Local councillor John McGahon has welcomed the HSE’s launch of a new online system to apply for a medical card. The new National Medical Card online service can be found

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A number of people from the area named on Ireland’s Rich List for 2018

A number of locals were included in the Sunday Independent’s Rich List 2018, which details the top 250 richest people in Ireland. Coming out on top locally and the fifth

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Snow-ice warning issued for Louth with a storm possible on Wednesday

A status yellow snow-ice warning has been issued for a number of counties across the country, including Louth. Met Éireann has warned of widespread wintry showers, which may lead to

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Ogle facing legal action from RTÉ journalist over Facebook post

Dundalk man Brendan Ogle is facing legal action from RTÉ journalist John Kilraine over a Facebook post made at the time of the Apollo House occupation last winter. Mr Ogle,

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Snow could be on its way to the area this week

Snow could be on its way to Dundalk this week. That’s according to the Louth Weather Facebook page which said snow was possible in low areas of the county from

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Gerry Adams to step down as Sinn Féin president on February 10th

Local TD Gerry Adams has revealed he will step down as Sinn Féin president on February 10th. Writing on the Leargas blog today, the Louth deputy invited party members to