Local group M’anam Community will host their second Passing Passions installation this Friday night at the earlier time of 7pm in the 3rd Place Coffee Shop at the Market Square.
Ten projects in the North Louth area have been awarded a combined total of €245,869 in funding to provide Safety Measures and Play Areas at their various locations. The funding
The Louth Irish Water Safety group will host surf lifesaving team training this Saturday in Templetown and Clogherhead. Registration takes place from 12 noon at the car park to Templetown
This month artists from around the county are taking things outside their realm by hosting a series of events titled ‘Let’s Go Outside’. The first of these events is called
The Irish Country Quad Summer Camps in Inniskeen get underway again next month and will run for eight weeks. The summer camps feature quad biking every day as well as
Two local national schools have been approved for additional accommodation and emergency works by the Department of Education. St Mary’s NS in Knockbridge will have a new 80sqm classroom built
The Leaving Cert and Junior Cert exams get underway today and to mark the occasion Aura Leisure Centre on the St Alphonsus Road are offering free use of their facilities
Local councillor Maeve Yore has praised the success of the inaugural Art in Action Children’s Craft Classes Programme that was part of the Super Saturday event in Dundalk on Saturday.
Parents of children in Scoil Naisiunta Bhride in Faughart are set to escalate their protests regarding the future of the school. For the past five weeks parents have been boycotting
Dundalk Grammar School are hosting a fundraising PTA uniform sale this Friday. The event is an opportunity to recycle your old uniforms now that the school year is finishing. The
The Ombudsman for Children’s Office received 50 complaints from Co Louth last year. That’s according to its annual report, which was released last week. The number of complaints from Louth
The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music at Dundalk Institute of Technology will launch their annual Fís exhibition this Wednesday at 6pm at the Carroll Building. The building houses
A lecture on Martin Luther and the Reform of the Church will be held in St Oliver Plunkett Church in Blackrock this Thursday night at 7pm. Hosted by Haggardstown and
A new president is expected to be appointed at Dundalk IT by this August. That’s according to Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton. Responding to a parliamentary question from