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Urgent appeal for accommodation to be made available for students in Dundalk

The students’ union in Dundalk IT has issued an urgent appeal for accommodation to be made available to students returning to college this September. President Pauraic Renaghan told The Argus

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Music Generation Louth to host three day Songwriting and Music Production workshop in Dundalk

Following on from a successful first term of Pick Up and Play, Music Generation Louth is running a three day Songwriting and Music Production workshop from Monday July 31st to

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McGahon urges young teachers to apply for LMETB roles

Local councillor John McGahon has urged young teachers to apply for the various vacancies currently on offer with the Louth Meath Education and Training Board (LMETB). Various posts are now

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Deal agreed for sale of St Mary’s College

A deal has been agreed in relation to the sale of the former St Mary’s College school on St Mary’s Road. The old Marist school was placed up for sale

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St Joseph’s NS looking to install two new prefab classrooms

St Joseph’s NS are seeking to install two new prefab classrooms at their school in Muirhevnamor. The school’s board of management yesterday submitted a planning application to Louth County Council

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Michaela Foundation to host summer camp for girls in Dundalk later this month

The Michaela Foundation, inspired by the late Michaela McAreavey, will host a summer camp for girls in Coláiste Rís later this month. The camp, which runs from Monday July 24th

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Extension planned for Gaelscoil Dhun Dealgan

A two storey extension has been planned for Gaelscoil Dhun Dealgan in Muirhevnamor. In recent days the school’s Board of Management have submitted a planning application to Louth County Council

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Over €900,000 in funding announced for Dundalk IT’s apprenticeship programme

Dundalk IT’s apprenticeship programme received a huge boost today with the news that it has been awarded over €900,000 in capital funding. News of the finance was announced by Minister

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New pre-school building given the go ahead in Blackrock

A new pre-school has been given the go ahead for Sandy Lane in Blackrock. Footprints have been granted conditional planning permission by Louth County Council to build a single storey

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19 new SNA posts announced for schools in Louth

An additional 19 Special Needs Assistant posts have been announced for schools in Co Louth. The new roles will be available from September to December 2017 in order to meet

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Plans for extension to Robin House given the go ahead

The Louth Meath Education and Training Board (LMETB) have been given the go ahead for an extension to be built at the former Keytronics building at Robin House on the

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Former Louth VEC chief executive Dr Peter Connolly passes away

The death has occurred of former Louth VEC chief executive Dr Peter Connolly. The Dundalk-born former Coláiste Rís student passed away on Monday peacefully in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital

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Incoming DkIT Students’ Union president and vice president meet with TDs in Leinster House

Incoming Dundalk IT Students’ Union president and vice president Pauraic Renaghan and Aaron Geagan travelled to Leinster House earlier this week to lobby TDs and senators on the Union of

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20 students attend first ever Entrepreneurship Summer Programme for second level students in Dundalk IT

Twenty secondary level students from across the North East and Midlands regions attended DkIT’s inaugural Entrepreneurship Summer Programme which was uniquely designed by the Institute’s School of Engineering to help

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Summer Stars Reading Programme to launch this Saturday at Dundalk Library

Dundalk Library will launch the Summer Stars Reading Programme this Saturday at 11am with a performance by local singing group NCKids. Each child who registers for the Summer Stars programme