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New Primary Care Centre to open in Dundalk by the end of the year

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

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Louth to receive €86,000 in funding for new library strategy

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

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Dundalk wheelchair user pleads with Irish Rail to call off strike on day of Ireland v Denmark game

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

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Local taxi fares set to increase as Sevens up prices from December 1st

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

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Road deaths in Co Louth at their highest level since 2006

The number of road deaths in Co Louth so far this year is at its highest level since 2006, new figures from the Road Safety Authority have revealed. A graphic

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Petition launched objecting to Dundalk On Ice’s location at the Market Square

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,

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Dundalk houses rebound following fall in August

The average price of a house in Dundalk grew by 0.8% in September. The latest Residential Property Price Index from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) shows that the average house

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Bridge Street will not be included in planned revamp of Dundalk town centre

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

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Second day of strike action at Irish Rail takes place tomorrow

Local rail users are advised that no services will be operating nationwide tomorrow due to the second day of industrial action by Irish Rail staff. Last month the firm’s SIPTU

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More than 85% of people in Dundalk consider themselves to be in good health

More than 85% of the population of Dundalk consider themselves to be in good health. Figures released by the Central Statistics Office as part of Census 2016 revealed that of

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Number on Live Register in Dundalk falls for third consecutive month in October

The number of people signing on the Live Register in Dundalk fell for the third consecutive in October. According to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO), there

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Concern raised over state of playground in Muirhevnamor Park

Concern has been raised at the condition of the children’s playground in Muirhevnamor Park. A local parent has shared photos showing the deteriorating state of the facility amid fears a

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All rental properties in Louth which were inspected failed last year

Every single property inspected in Co Louth last year were not compliant with regulations, an investigation by RTÉ has found. Last night the State broadcaster aired a special Prime Time

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Just six pubs in Dundalk are wheelchair accessible

Just six pubs in Dundalk are wheelchair accessible. That’s according to local man John Morgan, who is a campaigner for better accessibility in Dundalk. John, who previously compiled a report