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FAI Cup final tickets to go on sale this afternoon

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Tickets for Dundalk’s FAI Cup final clash with Cork City in the Aviva Stadium on Sunday November 8th will go

New take away planned for Crowe Street

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A new take away is being planned for Crowe Street in the premises formerly occupied by Celtic Bookmakers. Grainne Boyle

Dundalk screenwriter Barry has first film produced

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhClk8DkF4I] A Dundalk screenwriter has just had his first film produced. Barry Keating from Mount Avenue, has co-written ‘Nymph’ with

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Plans for revamp of Clanbrassil Street and St Nicholas Quarter passed with amendments

Plans for revamp of Clanbrassil Street and St Nicholas Quarter passed with amendments

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Plans for the revamp of Clanbrassil Street and the St Nicholas Quarter have been passed, clearing the way for the upgrade works in Dundalk town

Irish Life staff in Dundalk to take part in 24 hour work stoppage on April 12th

Irish Life staff in Dundalk to take part in 24 hour work stoppage on April 12th

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Irish Life staff at its centre in Dundalk and headquarters in Dublin are to stage a 24-hour work stoppage on April 12th over the company’s

Sinn Féin to put forward Presidential candidate but it won’t be Gerry Adams

Sinn Féin to put forward Presidential candidate but it won’t be Gerry Adams

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Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald has said the party will put forward a candidate for the next Presidential election but insisted it won’t be

Adams expresses ‘deep concern’ at Garda Review Report on Tony Golden’s death

Adams expresses ‘deep concern’ at Garda Review Report on Tony Golden’s death

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Louth TD Gerry Adams has expressed his “deep concern” at the Garda Review Report released yesterday into the events that led to the murder of

Men from Louth the least unlikely in Ireland to look beyond their own county for a bride

Men from Louth the least unlikely in Ireland to look beyond their own county for a bride

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The average age for a man to get married in Louth last year was 36.3 while women are getting married slightly younger at 34.2. That’s

Homeless problem continues to grow in Louth with figures up 44.2% in the last year

Homeless problem continues to grow in Louth with figures up 44.2% in the last year

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The homelessness problem continues to grow in Co Louth, new figures from the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government have revealed. Their latest Homelessness

#WeBelieveHer solidarity protest organised in Dundalk today

#WeBelieveHer solidarity protest organised in Dundalk today

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The outcome of yesterday’s rape trial in Belfast has divided the nation and locals are set to speak out against it a solidarity protest in

€1.4 million spent on private emergency accommodation for homeless people in Louth last year

€1.4 million spent on private emergency accommodation for homeless people in Louth last year

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Louth County Council spent close to €1.4 million last year on private emergency accommodation for those homeless in the county. The figure was revealed in

IDA given the go ahead to develop Advanced Biopharmaceutical and Knowledge Industry Campus

IDA given the go ahead to develop Advanced Biopharmaceutical and Knowledge Industry Campus

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IDA Ireland have been given another 10 years to develop an Advanced Biopharmaceutical and Knowledge Industry Campus on the outskirts of Dundalk. Plans for the

Sharkey calls on chief executive to act to restore trust in Louth County Council

Sharkey calls on chief executive to act to restore trust in Louth County Council

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Local Councillor Tomás Sharkey says there is a “break down of trust within Louth County Council” and has called on chief executive Joan Martin to

16% of GPs in Louth due to retire in the next few years

16% of GPs in Louth due to retire in the next few years

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The country could be facing a GP crisis within the next few years, the Irish Medical Organisation has warned. Figures put together by the IMO

Same again in Louth expected at next General Election based on latest opinion poll results

Same again in Louth expected at next General Election based on latest opinion poll results

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The status quo would remain in Louth if the latest opinion poll results were replicated in a General Election. That’s according to one of the

Latest phase of Newry to Dundalk Greenway project delayed for a number of months

Latest phase of Newry to Dundalk Greenway project delayed for a number of months

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The Newry to Dundalk Greenway project has suffered a setback and will now be delayed by a number of months. The current phase of the

More than 15,000 Louth pensioners to benefit from increased weekly payments from Monday

More than 15,000 Louth pensioners to benefit from increased weekly payments from Monday

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More than 15,000 people in Louth will see their weekly pension payments increase from this Monday. In total 15,247 pensioners in the county will benefit

Fitzpatrick calls on Housing Minister to intervene to ensure upgrade of Bridge Street

Fitzpatrick calls on Housing Minister to intervene to ensure upgrade of Bridge Street

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Local TD Peter Fitzpatrick has called on Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy to work with Louth County Council to ensure that Bridge Street is included

Breathnach hits out at unacceptable delays in processing passports

Breathnach hits out at unacceptable delays in processing passports

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Louth TD Declan Breathnach has hit out at what he describes as “unacceptable delays” in the processing of passports. The Fianna Fáil deputy says the