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Extension to Bush Post Primary School given the go ahead

A proposed extension to Bush Post Primary School in Riverstown has been given the go ahead. The Louth Meath Education & Training Board (LMETB) have been granted conditional planning permission

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Two storey extension to Gaelscoil Dhún Dealgan given the go ahead

A two storey extension has been been given the go ahead for Gaelscoil Dhún Dealgan in Muirhevnamor. The school’s Board of Management have been granted conditional planning by Louth County

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Just six students turn up for school in Faughart on first day back

Just six students have turned up for school today at Scoil Náisiunta Bhrighde in Faughart. This compares to 55 students who were enrolled in the school last year and more

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Less than 10 students expected to return to Scoil Náisiunta Bhrighde in Faughart today

Less than 10 students are expected to turn up at Scoil Náisiunta Bhrighde in Faughart when the school returns from its summer holidays today. This compares to 55 students who

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Dundalk IT increases CAO first round offers yet again

Dundalk Institute of Technology made a total of 2,414 first round CAO offers to students across the North East and beyond this week, a moderate increase on last year’s offers.

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Cllr Doyle expresses disappointment that safety measures outside Haggardstown school have not yet commenced

Local councillor Maria Doyle has expressed her disappointment that traffic calming measures due to be installed outside St Fursey’s NS in Haggardstown have not yet commenced. The works, which were

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LMETB stand in the Marshes today to discuss further education and training options

The Louth and Meath Education Training Board (LMETB) have a stand in the Marshes Shopping Centre today to discuss further education and training options. If you didn’t get the results

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Urban geology field trip of Dundalk this Thursday

Dundalk Tourist Office will host an urban geology field trip of Dundalk this Thursday. The event, in association with Geological Survey Ireland, will be led by geologist Dr Siobhan Power.

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Points for most courses in Dundalk IT remain relatively unchanged

Points for most courses in Dundalk IT either remained unchanged or fell in the first round of CAO offers, released this morning. In relation to Level 8 honours bachelor degree

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Funding of just under €30,000 approved for seven local childcare providers

Funding of just under €30,000 has been announced for seven childcare providers in Co Louth. The money, part of a €1.2 million nationwide allocation from the School Age Childcare Capital

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Music generated at three day Pick Up and Play workshop now online

A group of talented young musicians from across Louth came together in the Oriel Centre at Dundalk Gaol recently to participate in Music Generation Louth’s three day course Pick Up

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Extension planned to school in Knockbridge

Plans are in place for a new extension to St Mary’s National School in Knockbridge. Principal Brian O’Donnell has applied to Louth County Council for planning permission to build the

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Congratulations to Leaving Cert students

Congratulations to all the Leaving Cert students who collected their results from local schools today. Whatever your results, be proud of what you achieved. One way or another your results

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Recruitment underway for Regional Skills and Training Centre’s autumn evening courses

Want to improve your skills or explore new work opportunities? The Regional Skills and Training Centre on the Coes Road in Dundalk are now recruiting for their autumn evening courses.

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Scoil Náisúinta Bhríde could have less than a handful of students enrolled by September

Scoil Náisúinta Bhríde in Faughart could have just three pupils enrolled in it when school returns next month. It was revealed at a meeting of the school’s parents’ association last