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Talk on natural history of Dundalk Bay in The Spirit Store on Monday

Breffni Martin will give an illustrated talk on the natural history of Dundalk Bay in The Spirit Store on Monday. The free talk gets underway upstairs in the George’s Quay

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The Castle Players to host drama workshops in An Táin Arts Centre from Monday

The Castle Players are organising a series of drama workshops, starting in An Táin Arts Centre in Crowe Street on Monday November 6th at 7.30 pm. The workshops will give

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Witnesses sought after fireworks are let off in De La Salle Secondary School

Gardaí in Dundalk are appealing for witnesses after a local secondary school was attacked by fireworks last Friday night. A window was broken in a prefab at the De La Salle

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Plans submitted for St Nicholas NS extension

Plans have been submitted for an extension to St Nicholas Monastery National School in Philip Street. The school’s board of management have lodged a planning application this week with Louth

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Dundalk Gardaí contact schools promoting a safer Halloween

Dundalk Gardaí have issued an appeal to schools and parents to promote a safer Halloween this year. They have advised parents to be aware of their child’s whereabouts and activity

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O Fiaich College open day this Thursday

O Fiaich College will hold their annual open day this Thursday from 3.30pm to 6.30pm. You are invited along on the day to visit the school to find out all

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St Vincent’s students finish runners-up in 2017 John Hooper Medal

Three students from St Vincent’s Secondary School in Dundalk were amongst the prize winners at the 2017 John Hooper Medal, Apps4Gaps and BT Young Scientist – Best use of Open

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Incredible Years winners announced

Over 100 photos of the Incredible Years Programmes in Action involving families, early years services, schools and community groups were in focus at a special event held in the County

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Martin Naughton conferred with Honorary Degree at DCU

Dundalk-born businessman Martin Naughton was this afternoon conferred with an Honorary Degree by Dublin City University. The Glen Dimplex founder was given the honour alongside social justice campaigner Dr Stanislaus

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Dundalk IT to reopen tomorrow

While local schools will be closed tomorrow, it has been confirmed that Dundalk IT will reopen. The Dublin Road institute will reopen at 8am with normal classes recommencing at 11am.

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All schools to remain closed tomorrow

All schools will remain closed nationwide tomorrow as the fallout of Storm Ophelia continues. This will mean that no local school will open. It is at the discretion of Institutes

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All local schools closed tomorrow as Ophelia warning updated to status red

All local schools will be closed tomorrow as the country braces itself for Hurricane Ophelia. The Department of Education confirmed the closure of schools this evening after Met Éireann updated

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Dundalk mum of four describes new device as a ‘lifesaver’

A local woman whose son has autism has described a new device as a “lifesaver” for her family. Colleen McNally from the Avenue Road hit the headlines earlier this year

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Dundalk Sub Aqua Club to host Try A Dive in Aura

Dundalk Sub Aqua Club will host their Try A Dive event in Aura Leisure Centre in Dundalk on two dates later this month. The free event will take place on

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520 students receiving concessionary school transport

A total of 520 students in Louth are receiving concessionary school transport for the current school year, new figures have revealed. A parliamentary question from Deputy Carolan Nolan revealed that