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Kirk describes latest PSO levy increase as unfair and unjust

Fianna Fáil TD for Louth Seamus Kirk says the latest increase in the PSO levy will put additional financial pressure on families across Louth. Earlier this week, the Commission for

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Seven year old makes loom band bracelets in aid of those suffering in Gaza

Little Conor Magennis from Dundalk has been so moved by what he has seen happening to children his own age in Gaza that he asked to attend the solidarity protest in

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All private rental homes in Louth that were inspected failed to meet basic minimum requirements

All of the 17 private rental dwellings that were inspected by Louth County Council last year failed to meet the basic minumum requirements. According to the Irish Independent, Louth was

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Another large turnout at Support Gaza Protest

There was another large turnout at the Market Square in Dundalk this afternoon for the second Support Gaza Protest. Around 500 people turned out for a previous protest last week

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Second Support Gaza Protest planned for Dundalk tomorrow

A second Support Gaza Protest will take place at the Market Square in Dundalk tomorrow (Friday) at 1pm. Around 500 people turned out for a previous protest last week aimed

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Dundalk FC support Green Ribbon Campaign

The Dundalk Positive Mental Health Forum teamed up with Dundalk FC at their match against Athlone Town in Oriel on Sunday night to show their support for the nationwide SeeChange

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Sinn Féin launch Gaza Toy Drive

Louth Sinn Féin has established a number of drop off points for those who wish to donate items to aid the children of Gaza. Spokesperson for the party, JJ Quigley

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Councillors warned of €1.4m funding shortfall if Local Property Tax is cut

Louth County Councillors were warned at yesterday’s monthly meeting of the council in County Hall that they will have a funding shortfall of €1.4m to make up if they opt

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Aspiring astronaut Niamh to speak at Cork festival this week

An aspiring astronaut from Dundalk who is hoping to become the first Irish person in space will share her adventures at a ‘Curiosity’ festival in Cork this week. Niamh Shaw

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People urged to avoid use of scramblers and quads on Cooley Mountains

Louth IFA’s Matthew McGreehan and Mick Larkin were distributing leaflets in Jonesborough recently aimed at stopping people from using scramblers and quads on the Cooley Mountains. A campaign was recently

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Heart attack victim takes over an hour to get from Dundalk to Drogheda following ambulance breakdown

A local family have hit out at the National Ambulance Service after an ambulance carrying a heart attack victim broke down on its way from Dundalk to Drogheda at the

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Women’s Aid having to turn away increased number of women

Dundalk Women’s Aid have revealed that they were forced to turn away 58 requests from women over the course of the last 12 weeks due to a lack of suitable

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Abuse victim Brendan to launch book in Dundalk this Thursday

Local man Brendan Boland will be launching his book ‘Sworn to Silence’ this Thursday evening at  6.30pm at Easons in the Marshes Shopping Centre. The abuse victim wrote the book

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500 turn out for Gaza protest at the Market Square

Sinn Féin in Dundalk today held a protest at the Market Square to show their solidarity with the people of Gaza who are under siege. At the time of the

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O’Dowd loses junior minister position

Louth TD Fergus O’Dowd has this afternoon lost his position as a junior minister following a reshuffle by Taoiseach Enda Kenny. The Drogheda man had held the position of Minister