Just under half of the population of Louth now have a Facebook account, according to new statistics from EightyTwenty.ie The website found that 47.19% of
The final ESN Dundalk party of the semester takes place on Monday 9th December. The Erasmus International Christmas Party will take place in the college
Dundalk IT are celebrating this morning after beating IT Tralee 2-6 to 1-8 yesterday to land the All-Ireland Freshers’ title in Pukane in Tipperary. Shane
Archbishop Eamon Martin will be visiting Dundalk IT this Thursday. His visit will take place between 5pm to 6pm and all are welcome to
A fundraising table quiz in aid of the Marist Missions in Ranong, Thailand, will take place this Friday at McGeough’s Pub, Roden Place, at 8.30pm.
Construction work will commence on five schools next year as part of the government’s five-year capital investment programme. Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn today unveiled
Louth VEC have been granted planning permission for a two-storey extension to provide 26 new teaching spaces at Scoil Uí Mhuirí, Dunleer. The 3,102 square
A Santa Hat Challenge in aid of St Vincent de Paul will take place at Dundalk IT next Thursday. Organisers are hoping to beat
Dundalk and Drogheda were today selected as one of nine areas to enter the design stage of the Area-Based Childhood (ABC) Programme 2013. Minister for
Dundalk native Una Fox will be amongst those honoured by University College Cork this Friday. Una, who is vice president in retail and ecommerce technology
A Dundalk IT lecturer could be set to confirm the existence of a new passage tomb in the Boyne Valley in the New Year. Dr
The De La Salle Secondary School in Dundalk is the best in the county when it comes to sending its students to third level college.
Dundalk IT is now accepting applications for Springboard supported Higher Diplomas in computing. This course is scheduled to commence on Monday January 27th. Springboard provides
Local journalist Niamh Kirk has been honoured with the Vincent Doyle Perpetual Trophy for Journalism by Independent College Dublin’s Faculty of Journalism Department. Niamh is
Locally-based priest Rev Maciej Zacharek was ordained a Deacon in St Patrick’s Cathedral in Armagh on Saturday by Cardinal Seán Brady. A native of Wygoda,