The cost of renting a property in Louth has risen by a massive 16.7% in the last year to an average of €1,066 – putting them at more than €100
Local duo Lisa Toner and Michael Dooley have just returned from a volunteering trip to an orphanage in Haiti and have set up a GoFundMe page to raise further funds
A rail strike planned for next Tuesday and two other dates later in November and early December has been suspended following the issuing of a Labour Court recommendation this afternoon.
Blackrock and Haggardstown are the most affluent areas of Dundalk. That’s according to the latest national deprivation index, commissioned by the independent agency Pobal and drawing on 2016’s census data.
Northern Ireland must remain in the single market and customs union in order to avoid a hard border post Brexit. That’s according to an internal EU paper, the details of
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has admitted that “lessons can be learned” from the death of Fintan Goss during Storm Ophelia last month, particularly in relation to what public safety warnings mean
Former councillor Oliver Morgan has called on Louth County Council and the Probation Service to liaise more closely to allow community service personnel carry out work on public open spaces
A new Primary Care Centre will be established in Dundalk by the end of the year. That’s according to a report today in The Irish Medical Times. It reports that
Funding of €86,194 has been made available for a new library strategy for Co Louth. The funding was announced today by the Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring
A local wheelchair user has made a public appeal to Irish Rail staff to call off their planned strike next Tuesday to allow supporters attend the Republic of Ireland’s World
That taxi home with the last of the Christmas shopping or from a festive night out is set to get more expensive. That’s because local cab company Sevens have announced
Dundalk On Ice returns this Saturday but it appears not everyone is happy about it. While no one is complaining about another activity to enjoy between now and January 7th,
Bridge Street will not be included in a planned €4 million upgrade of Clanbrassil Street and St Nicholas Quarter. Dundalk secured €2 million in EU funding in January 2016, to