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Dundalk IT launches new part-time prospectus for 2016/17

Dundalk IT launches new part-time prospectus for 2016/17

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Dundalk Institute of Technology today announced the launch of its new part-time Prospectus for 2016/17 which includes more than 60

Trial run of Dundalk 10k tonight

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Those planning to take part in the Dundalk 10k on April 22nd can get test themselves to see how their

Remembrance tree to be unveiled in Earl Street on Friday

Remembrance tree to be unveiled in Earl Street on Friday

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Dundalk Rotary Club and Dundalk Lions Club will come together for the first time to unveil the Remembrance Tree in

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Adams rejects claims he blamed RUC officers for their own deaths

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Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has said it is nonsense to suggest he blamed two of the most senior RUC officers killed by the IRA

Adams pays tribute to Mandela

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Local TD Gerry Adams has paid tribute to former South African president Nelson Mandela on his Twitter page. The Sinn Féin president met Mandela on

Live Register figures in Dundalk at their lowest for three years

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The number of people claiming social welfare payments in Dundalk is at its lowest level in three years, according to the latest data from the

Half-price pay parking in Dundalk over Christmas period

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Dundalk BIDS have announced that there will be half-price parking in Dundalk town centre over the Christmas period. The reduced pay-parking rates come into force

Adams called upon to withdraw comments on Smithwick Tribunal report

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Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has come under fire from politicians on both sides of the border for his comments on the report of the

Adams calls on government to become a champion for Narrow Water Bridge

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  Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has called on the government to become a champion for the Narrow Water Bridge project. The local TD raised

Marshes given until 2019 to expand centre and build hotel

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The possibility of a hotel being built at the Marshes Shopping Centre remains alive after Dundalk Town Council granted an extension of planning permission to

Adams questions findings of Smithwick Tribunal

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Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams has openly questioned the Smithwick Tribunal report on local radio this morning. Speaking on LMFM, the local TD said he doesn’t

Absenteeism rates at Louth County Council amongst the highest in the country

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Absenteeism rates at Louth County Council are amongst the highest in the country, according to newly published figures from the government. The report from the

Fianna Fáil choose local election candidates

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Fianna Fáil have become the latest party to choose their election candidates for next year’s local elections. Former county council chairman Peter Savage will look

St Helena’s Park to be upgraded following €10,000 allocation

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St Helena’s Park is set for a minor upgrade after receiving a €10,000 allocation from the Department of Children and Youth Affairs yesterday. The five

Exhibition on The Disappeared coming to Dundalk in the New Year

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An exhibition on The Disappeared is set to come to the County Museum in Dundalk in the New Year. An invite has been extended by

Cinema wars in Dundalk as rivals object to proposal at Retail Park

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EXCLUSIVE Two local businesses have lodged an appeal with An Bord Pleanala against Dundalk Town Council’s decision to grant planning permission for a new seven

Plans for 20 new homes at Gyles’ Quay rejected

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Louth County Council have refused Derek Roddy planning permission for 20 new homes at Gyles’ Quay, which had been previously given the go ahead in

Butler and Dearey to contest local elections for Green Party

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The Green Party have announced their candidates for next May’s Local Elections in Louth. Sitting councillors Mark Dearey and Marianne Butler will be battling to

Construction to commence on five local school projects next year

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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