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The Rum House celebrates a year in business this weekend

The Rum House celebrates a year in business this weekend

access_time 10 months ago

The Rum House in Park Street will celebrate their first anniversary in business this weekend with a series of events

Third batch of tyres dumped at Edentubber over the weekend

Third batch of tyres dumped at Edentubber over the weekend

access_time 4 weeks ago

There has been another case of illegal dumping of tyres at Edentubber over the weekend. This is the third time

Grainne lands dream trip to Disneyland

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A young Dundalk girl has landed her family a dream trip to Disneyland in Paris. Grainne Moran, aged 6, was

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Louth Library Service launch new newspaper and magazine portal service for members

Louth Library Service launch new newspaper and magazine portal service for members

access_time 2 months ago

Louth Library Service has recently launched a new service connecting people to news around the world. The local library now provides members with free access

Cuchulainn Credit Union art competition winners honoured

Cuchulainn Credit Union art competition winners honoured

access_time 2 months ago

Cuchulainn Credit Union recently honoured the winners of its art competition. The winners, their families and local schools who took part joined together in the

Mark Kearney wins annual Peter Rice medal competition in Dundalk IT

Mark Kearney wins annual Peter Rice medal competition in Dundalk IT

access_time 2 months ago

The annual Peter Rice medal competition took place on in the School of Engineering in Dundalk Institute of Technology last week. This event is organised

Additional accommodation approved for Dulargy NS

Additional accommodation approved for Dulargy NS

access_time 2 months ago

Additional accommodation has been approved by the Minister for Education Richard Bruton for Dulargy National School in Ravensdale. This will provide a new 80sqm classroom

Three non-teaching staff at Faughart NS made redundant

Three non-teaching staff at Faughart NS made redundant

access_time 2 months ago

The three non-teaching staff at Scoil Náisiunta Bhrighde in Faughart have been made redundant as the school’s future remains in doubt. Faughart NS has had

DkIT-Servisource Nursing & Midwifery Scholarship winners announced

DkIT-Servisource Nursing & Midwifery Scholarship winners announced

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Dundalk IT students Roisin Lavery, BSc (Hons) in Psychiatric Nursing, Ciara Murtagh, BSc (Hons) in General Nursing and Linda Mahon, BSc (Hons) in Intellectual Disability

NetwellCASALA’s partnership with ALONE Ireland results in success at Freedom Tech Awards

NetwellCASALA’s partnership with ALONE Ireland results in success at Freedom Tech Awards

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NetwellCASALA, the Research Centre for Ageing at Dundalk Institute of Technology, successfully partnered with ALONE Ireland last year to win the Social Innovation ThinkTech Awards

Dundalk Grammar School to host Christmas Trade Fair this Thursday

Dundalk Grammar School to host Christmas Trade Fair this Thursday

access_time 2 months ago

Dundalk Grammar School will host their annual Christmas Trade Fair this Thursday. The fair takes place in Finnamore Hall in the school from 2pm to

Extension to St Nicholas NS given the go ahead

Extension to St Nicholas NS given the go ahead

access_time 2 months ago

Plans for an extension to St Nicholas Monastery National School in Philip Street have been given the go ahead. The school’s board of management have

Dundalk Grammar School face play-off game to qualify for opening round of Fr Godfrey Cup

Dundalk Grammar School face play-off game to qualify for opening round of Fr Godfrey Cup

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Dundalk Grammar School must overcome Salesian College if they wish to take their place in the first round of the Bank of Ireland Fr Godfrey

St Vincent’s selected as pilot school for Leaving Certificate Computer Science

St Vincent’s selected as pilot school for Leaving Certificate Computer Science

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St Vincent’s Secondary School in Seatown has been selected as one of the 40 pilot schools nationally to be part of the phased introduction of

Fancy working with Lego for a living? Now you can!

Fancy working with Lego for a living? Now you can!

access_time 3 months ago

Most of us have dreamt of what we’ll be when we grow up but very few of us ever really get to fulfil our childhood

Dundalk IT to face Trinity in opening round of Sigerson Cup

Dundalk IT to face Trinity in opening round of Sigerson Cup

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Dundalk IT will face Trinity College in the preliminary round of the 2018 Sigerson Cup. The winner of that tie will face DCU in the

Local schools to benefit from additional SNAs next year

Local schools to benefit from additional SNAs next year

access_time 3 months ago

Local schools are set to benefit from additional Special Needs Assistants (SNAs) next year. It has been announced that there will be 1,000 extra SNAs

Information session on supporting families with children with ADHD in Dundalk Library this Thursday

Information session on supporting families with children with ADHD in Dundalk Library this Thursday

access_time 3 months ago

The Changing Lives Initiative will host information sessions on supporting families with children with ADHD in Dundalk Library this Thursday evening. The information evening gets

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

access_time 3 months ago

Two Dundalk secondary schools are amongst the most improved in the country when it comes to their students advancing to third level education. That’s according