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New RTÉ studio opens at Dundalk IT

Yesterday evening marked the official opening of the new RTÉ studio at Dundalk IT. The new studio at the institute replaces the previous one, which had been located on the

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Extension planned to CBS primary school

The Board of Management of the CBS Primary School in Chapel Street have applied to Dundalk Town Council for planning permission to build a new two storey extension onto the

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Dundalk twins scoop 22 As between them in Junior Cert

The Junior Certificate results were released yesterday but one local family was celebrating more than most after claiming a whopping 22 As. Twins Sean and Oisin Murray, both 15, sat

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Triumph film to be screened exclusively in Dundalk

Local man James McCrave has arranged for the inspirational documentary, The Triumph, to be screened exclusively in the IMC Cinema at Carroll Village in Dundalk from September 30th to October

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Junior Cert disco in Ridley’s

The Junior Cert results will be released on Wednesday September 11th and to mark the occasion Intensity have organised a Junior Cert results disco in Ridley’s Nightclub. Tickets for the

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It’s Debs season

It’s that time of the year again. The Debs season. Whether it be young women getting their hair done midweek, hummers and stretch limos whizzing through estates or the sign

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A new era as Coláiste Lú opens its doors

The summer is officially over now that the schools are reopened but it was a new era for one local school this morning as it welcomed its first ever students.

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Reward offered for probe lost over Dundalk Bay

  A small reward has been offered for anyone who recovers a lost probe that was launched from Armagh on a weather balloon last Thursday. The device fell into the

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Anne Frank exhibition coming to Dundalk

The Anne Frank Trust UK are bringing their flagship exhibition, Anne Frank +You to the Louth County Library in Roden Place from September 17th to October 19th. The exhibition gives Anne Frank’s

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Just three courses record points increase at Dundalk IT

The first round of CAO offers were made to students this morning with just three of the 21 courses in Dundalk IT rising in points this year. At 14% of

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IRA attack on Dundalk barracks is remembered

TheIrishStory.com’s John Dorney has put together a fascinating article about an anti-Treaty IRA attack on Dundalk 91 years ago yesterday. The attack during the Irish Civil War took place on

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St Vincent’s student gets eight A1s

A student from St Vincent’s Secondary School in Seatown received one of the best Leaving Cert results in the country today when she landed 8 A1s. Only nine other students

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Louth County Archives Service to open their doors to the public for Heritage Week

As part of the forthcoming Heritage Week 2013, the Louth County Archives Service will be opening up their facility at the Old Gaol on the Ardee Road to allow the

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Dundalk Youth Arts Festival gets underway today

The Dundalk Youth Arts Festival gets underway in Dundalk today and will run until Saturday. The event is a multi-disciplinary arts festival to promote and develop high quality arts and

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Virtual reality time in Louth County Museum

It’s virtual reality time in the local museum! A new ‘virtual presenter’ created by Casio is now in situ at the Louth County Museum in Roden Place. In what is