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New menu for The Market Bar

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This weekend sees The Market Bar celebrate the first anniversary of its official opening and to mark the occasion a

Concern expressed at impending closure of Dundalk Resource Centre

Concern expressed at impending closure of Dundalk Resource Centre

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Local TD Peter Fitzpatrick has expressed his concern at the impending closure of the in Clanbrassil Street, otherwise known as Dundalk

New restaurant opens on Jocelyn Street

New restaurant opens on Jocelyn Street

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A new grill restaurant and take away has opened its doors in Jocelyn Street in recent days. La Petite Cuisine

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Rents in Louth now €57 more expensive than at the height of the boom

Rents in Louth now €57 more expensive than at the height of the boom

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The average rent paid for a property in Louth rose by a further €56 in the final three months of 2017 and are now €57

Rescue 116 crew to be honoured as part of new stamp collection for 2019

Rescue 116 crew to be honoured as part of new stamp collection for 2019

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Blackrock man Captain Mark Duffy and other members of the Irish Coast Guard who have given their lives to protect others will be honoured with

Adams calls on Justice Minister to publish review into Garda Tony Golden’s murder

Adams calls on Justice Minister to publish review into Garda Tony Golden’s murder

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Louth TD Gerry Adams has called on the Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan to publish the Garda review into the circumstances surrounding the murder of

Review of hospital car park charges to take place

Review of hospital car park charges to take place

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A national review of car parking charges at hospitals is set to take place. The review has been ordered by Minister for Health Simon Harris

An Bord Pleanála give the go ahead for 130 new houses on site where Irene White was murdered

An Bord Pleanála give the go ahead for 130 new houses on site where Irene White was murdered

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An Bord Pleanála has given the go ahead for a new housing development in Dundalk, part of which would be located on the site of

Final report into Rescue 116 crash recommends thorough review of all search and rescue operations

Final report into Rescue 116 crash recommends thorough review of all search and rescue operations

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The final report into the crash of the Irish Coast Guard Rescue 116 helicopter off the north Mayo coast last March has recommended a thorough review

MPs warn there may be no time to introduce invisible customs arrangements before Brexit

MPs warn there may be no time to introduce invisible customs arrangements before Brexit

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A group of MPs have warned that the British government will not have time to introduce invisible customs arrangements on the Irish border before Brexit.

Committee set up to commemorate the 100th anniversary of sinking of SS Dundalk

Committee set up to commemorate the 100th anniversary of sinking of SS Dundalk

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A committee has been set up locally to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the SS Dundalk. The boat was cruelly struck by a German submarine

Women’s Aid Dundalk taking part in One Billion Rising campaign tomorrow

Women’s Aid Dundalk taking part in One Billion Rising campaign tomorrow

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Women’s Aid Dundalk will be taking part in the One Billion Rising campaign once again this year with an event planned for the Market Square

Breathnach hits out at Government for ignoring small retailers

Breathnach hits out at Government for ignoring small retailers

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Local TD Declan Breathnach has hit out at the Government, accusing them of continuing to ignore the grave concerns of the declining small retailer. The

Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital car park the most expensive in the country

Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital car park the most expensive in the country

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Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda has the most expensive hospital car park in the country. New figures which reveal that patients and their

Deputy Brid Smith to speak at Repeal the 8th information meeting in Dundalk tonight

Deputy Brid Smith to speak at Repeal the 8th information meeting in Dundalk tonight

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A public meeting discussing the Repeal of the Eighth Amendment will take place in Dundalk this evening. Hosted by People Before Profit, the event in

Rescue 116 crew remembered one year on from tragic accident

Rescue 116 crew remembered one year on from tragic accident

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The families and friends of those killed in the Irish Coast Guard Rescue 116 helicopter crash a year ago today attended a vigil in their

No properties available to singletons and couples receiving rent supplement/HAP in Dundalk

No properties available to singletons and couples receiving rent supplement/HAP in Dundalk

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There are still no properties available for singletons and couples to rent in Dundalk using the Rent Supplement/Housing Assistance Payment (HAP), according to a new

Louth knocked off top spot for land prices

Louth knocked off top spot for land prices

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Co Louth has been knocked off top spot as the most expensive county in the land. That’s according to the latest Agricultural Land Price Report

Prospect of a white St Patrick’s Day locally played down

Prospect of a white St Patrick’s Day locally played down

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The prospect of a white St Patrick’s Day locally has been played down by Louth Weather. Reports this morning from Met Éireann predicted snow for