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De La Salle and O Fiaich amongst the most improved feeder schools in the country

De La Salle and O Fiaich amongst the most improved feeder schools in the country

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Two Dundalk secondary schools are amongst the most improved in the country when it comes to their students advancing to

Man charged with murder of Dundalk taxi driver Martin Mulligan

Man charged with murder of Dundalk taxi driver Martin Mulligan

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A 22-year-old man has been charged at Drogheda District Court in connection with the murder of Dundalk taxi driver Martin Mulligan

Man killed in Newry Road accident named as Robert McLoughlin

Man killed in Newry Road accident named as Robert McLoughlin

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The local man who died after being struck by two cars on the old Newry Road in the early hours

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Women’s Aid Dundalk taking part in One Billion Rising campaign tomorrow

Women’s Aid Dundalk taking part in One Billion Rising campaign tomorrow

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Women’s Aid Dundalk will be taking part in the One Billion Rising campaign once again this year with an event planned for the Market Square

Darver student brings colour to art competition

Darver student brings colour to art competition

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Pictured above is Texaco Children’s Art Competition adjudicator Aoife Ruane during judging of entries in this year’s competition, the results of which will be announced

Yore welcomes funding for young voices in the community initiative

Yore welcomes funding for young voices in the community initiative

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Independent Councillor Maeve Yore has welcomed Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Dr Katherine Zappone’s announcement of funding “for young voices in the community initiative”.

138 extra SNAs working in Louth since 2011

138 extra SNAs working in Louth since 2011

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An extra 138 Special Needs Assistants (SNAs) are working in Co Louth since 2011. The figures, released in a statement from local TD Fergus O’Dowd,

PayPal Dundalk hosts transition year students

PayPal Dundalk hosts transition year students

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PayPal hosted a group of transition year students from Coláiste Chú Chulainn, St Vincent’s Secondary School, St Paul’s Secondary School, Coláiste Rís, Coláiste na hIinse,

Over 65s needed to test new health self-management system at Dundalk IT

Over 65s needed to test new health self-management system at Dundalk IT

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Over 65s are being sought to test a revolutionary new health self-management system being trialled at Dundalk IT. NetwellCASALA, the Research Centre for Ageing at

Féile Scoildrámaíochta Dhún Dealgan taking place on Wednesday

Féile Scoildrámaíochta Dhún Dealgan taking place on Wednesday

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Pupils and teachers throughout the county are eagerly preparing for Féile Dhún Dealgan, the annual Irish language Scoildrámaíocht festival which takes place tomorrow. This year’s

Broadway musical Finian’s Rainbow taking place at Dundalk IT this Thursday

Broadway musical Finian’s Rainbow taking place at Dundalk IT this Thursday

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Dundalk IT’s Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music proudly presents an adaptation of the hit Broadway musical Finian’s Rainbow this Thursday at 7pm in the

Dundalk Grammar School to host Cross Border Trade Fair in the Marshes this Thursday

Dundalk Grammar School to host Cross Border Trade Fair in the Marshes this Thursday

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Dundalk Grammar School will host their annual Cross Border Trade Fair this Thursday in the Marshes Shopping Centre. On the day stalls will be offering

World Book Day storytelling event at Dundalk Library this Wednesday

World Book Day storytelling event at Dundalk Library this Wednesday

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Dundalk Library will host a storytelling session for children this Wednesday to celebrate World Book Day. The event gets underway at 3.30pm and is free

Dundalk woman highlights dangers of blocked cycle lanes on Chapel Street

Dundalk woman highlights dangers of blocked cycle lanes on Chapel Street

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A local woman has highlighted the lack of support for cyclists in Dundalk at present by filming a series of obstructions to those using cycle

New pre-school building planned in Haggardstown

New pre-school building planned in Haggardstown

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Plans have been drawn up for a new pre-school building at St Fursey’s National School in Haggardstown. Little Oaks Early Years Ltd, which is run

Schools to reopen on Monday

Schools to reopen on Monday

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Schools and colleges will reopen on Monday “where possible”, Education Minister Richard Bruton has said. Mr Bruton said the decisions will be made by schools,

All schools to remain closed on Thursday and Friday

All schools to remain closed on Thursday and Friday

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All schools in Louth will remain closed this Thursday and Friday due to the current cold spell. The decision was made by the Department of

Confirmation for two Dundalk schools is postponed

Confirmation for two Dundalk schools is postponed

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Confirmation for students at the CBS in Chapel Street and Realt na Mara NS in Mill Street on Saturday has been postponed. The Confirmation will

Confirmation in Carlingford-Omeath parish postponed due to incoming cold weather

Confirmation in Carlingford-Omeath parish postponed due to incoming cold weather

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Confirmation planned for the Carlingford-Omeath parish this Friday has been postponed due to the incoming cold weather. A large number of children from schools in