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Adams issues statement on The Disappeared

Louth TD Gerry Adams has issued a statement following Monday night’s documentary ‘The Disappeared’, which aired on RTÉ and BBC. The programme focused on those who went missing during the

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Cllr Morgan issues appeal for people not to advertise their whereabouts on social media

Local councillor Oliver Morgan has issued an appeal to members of the public not to use social media to advertise they are away from home over the Christmas period. His

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Adams appeals for information on The Disappeared

It can’t have been an easy 24 hours for Gerry Adams what with the constant denials that he knows more than he is letting on about The Disappeared. The Sinn

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Plans for County Grounds at Dundalk IT are shelved as Louth’s focus turns to Drogheda

Louth GAA’s bid to build a new County Grounds at Dundalk IT has been shelved due to overrun on costings. The decision to halt the ambitious plans were announced by

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McGahon and Murnaghan get the Fine Gael nod for next year’s local elections

The Dundalk-Carlingford branch of Fine Gael will run one of the youngest tickets in the country after selecting their two candidates for next year’s Local Elections last night. The party

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Local smuggler now the primary target for Criminal Assets Bureau

A local smuggler whose container of cigarettes was hit by a rocket fired by Al Qaeda on the Suez Canal has emerged as the number one target for the Criminal

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Adams’ alleged involvement in killing of ‘The Disappeared’ to be featured in new documentary tonight

Gerry Adams’ position as the president of Sinn Féin is expected to come under further pressure tonight when an RTÉ documentary airs on the ‘Disappeared’. The joint BBC and RTÉ

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Adams calls for quick investigation into housing section at Louth County Council

Local Sinn Féin TD Gerry Adams has called for a quick resolution from the ongoing investigation into the housing section of Louth County Council. A full investigation was ordered last

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Dundalk Republicans shut down second Castletown Road drugs den

The Dundalk branch of the Republic Network for Unity (RNU) shut down another drug den on the Castletown Road last Thursday following a number of complaints from residents in the

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Judgement orders for more than €114m made against John McCann

NAMA yesterday secured judgement orders for more than €114m against an Armagh businessman who owns a number of sites in Dundalk. Mr Justice Peter Kelly granted the orders against John

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Housing Minister to examine Louth County Council report

Minister for Housing Jan O’Sullivan is set to examine a Louth County Council report on the actions of its housing department after the issue was raised by Sinn Féin’s Gerry

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Mark to shave his beard after 10 years in aid of cancer research

Local man Mark Duffy is set to shave his beard off for the first time in 10 years in aid of cancer research on Friday November 1st. Mark, from Belfry

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Dundalk Says No group amongst the protestors on Budget Day

It’s Budget Day today and the Dundalk Says No group will be amongst the hundreds expected to descend on the capital to protest against further austerity. Spokespersons for the local

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Dundalk businessmen receive €91.5 million to house asylum seekers

Two Dundalk businessmen have received €91.5 million in State funds over a 12 year period to house asylum seekers. Denis Williams and Brian Byrne are two of the four directors

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Public seminar on European Economic Policy to take place in Dundalk next month

A public seminar on European Economic Policy will take place in Dundalk IT on Tuesday November 5th. The event runs from 6pm to 8pm and is open to everyone. Amongst