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New wine and prosecco menu launched at Coffee Time

New wine and prosecco menu launched at Coffee Time

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Ever fancied a nice relaxing glass of wine after a hard day’s work but don’t fancy the hustle and bustle

Dawn over Dundalk Bay

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Thanks to Kieran Murphy for sharing this superb shot of the sun rising over Dundalk Bay this morning at 5.30am.

Clanbrassil Street set for badly needed refurbishment

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Clanbrassil Street is set for a refurbishment at last. The news was announced at last night’s monthly meeting of the

Local government

Louth County Council has brought 54 properties back into use using CPO since 2015

Louth County Council has brought 54 properties back into use using CPO since 2015

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Louth County Council has brought 54 vacant properties back into use using Compulsory Purchase Orders since 2015. That’s according to an article in today’s Irish

Munster throws her backing behind Extreme Weather Warning Bill

Munster throws her backing behind Extreme Weather Warning Bill

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Local TD Imelda Munster has thrown her backing behind the Extreme Weather Warning Bill, aimed at protecting employees during status red weather warnings. Louth was

Louth County Council inviting applications for grants from local groups

Louth County Council inviting applications for grants from local groups

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Louth County Council are currently inviting applications for grant assistance under the Amenity Grant Scheme 2018. The funding is open to residents’ associations, Tidy Towns’

Breathnach set to seek re-election for Fianna Fáil at next General Election

Breathnach set to seek re-election for Fianna Fáil at next General Election

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Local TD Declan Breathnach is set to represent Fianna Fáil once again in the next General Election. The Knockbridge man was selected at a party

Three cases of illegal dumping reported on Blackrock Road

Three cases of illegal dumping reported on Blackrock Road

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A further case of illegal fly tipping was reported in the area on Sunday. Michael McEneaney noticed a large quantity of waste dumped on land

87 schools in Louth to receive funding towards computer equipment

87 schools in Louth to receive funding towards computer equipment

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A total of 87 schools in Louth are set to receive funding of just under €850,000 towards computer equipment. The grant of €847,940 will be

Breathnach calls for relaxation of ‘locals only’ planning laws

Breathnach calls for relaxation of ‘locals only’ planning laws

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Local TD Declan Breathnach has called for the relaxation of ‘locals only’ planning laws. Under planning legislation only people who were born and raised in

OPW hope to have King John’s Castle opened this summer

OPW hope to have King John’s Castle opened this summer

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It is still hoped to have King John’s Castle in Carlingford open by this summer. Last May €400,000 in funding from Fáilte Ireland’s Capital Grants

Plans for upgrade of Clanbrassil Street and the St Nicholas Quarter now available to view

Plans for upgrade of Clanbrassil Street and the St Nicholas Quarter now available to view

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Plans for the proposed upgrade of Clanbrassil Street and the St Nicholas Quarter in Dundalk are now available to view at the Town Hall. Louth

Proposal put forward to reduce speed limits entering Carlingford village

Proposal put forward to reduce speed limits entering Carlingford village

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A recommendation is set to go before the February meeting of the Dundalk Municipal District Committee to reduce and extend the speed limit on the

Breathnach makes Dáil appeal for funding for third class roads

Breathnach makes Dáil appeal for funding for third class roads

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Louth TD Declan Breathnach has made an appeal in the Dáil calling for more funding for third class roads. The Fianna Fáil deputy told Taoiseach

Residents along N53 Castleblayney Road complain about unofficial car pooling along route

Residents along N53 Castleblayney Road complain about unofficial car pooling along route

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Residents along the N53 Castleblayney Road in Dundalk have complained about visibility issues when leaving and returning to their homes due to the number of

Third batch of tyres dumped at Edentubber over the weekend

Third batch of tyres dumped at Edentubber over the weekend

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

New €1.6m fund launched to support social enterprises

New €1.6m fund launched to support social enterprises

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A new €1.6m fund to support social enterprises in Ireland has been established by Social Innovation Ireland (SIFI), in partnership with Louth County Council and

Louth Garda numbers up 13.5% since 2014

Louth Garda numbers up 13.5% since 2014

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The number of Gardaí stationed in Co Louth reached its highest level this decade at the end of last year, new figures have revealed. The