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Dutchy’s Fitness to open in Dundalk in January

Dutchy’s Fitness to open in Dundalk in January

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A new gym is set to open in Dundalk in the New Year. Dutchy’s Fitness will be located at a

Gaffney double deals Dundalk’s title hopes a potentially fatal blow

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Dundalk’s title ambitions suffered a potentially fatal blow at Oriel Park last night after Stephen Kenny’s side went down 2-1

Dundalk IT’s Sigerson Cup tie with DCU tonight moved to Darver

Dundalk IT’s Sigerson Cup tie with DCU tonight moved to Darver

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Dundalk IT’s Sigerson Cup game with DCU this evening has been moved to the Louth GAA Centre of Excellence at

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€1.4 million spent on private emergency accommodation for homeless people in Louth last year

€1.4 million spent on private emergency accommodation for homeless people in Louth last year

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Louth County Council spent close to €1.4 million last year on private emergency accommodation for those homeless in the county. The figure was revealed in

Sharkey calls on chief executive to act to restore trust in Louth County Council

Sharkey calls on chief executive to act to restore trust in Louth County Council

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Local Councillor Tomás Sharkey says there is a “break down of trust within Louth County Council” and has called on chief executive Joan Martin to

17 new homes planned for Fr Finn Park in Louth Village

17 new homes planned for Fr Finn Park in Louth Village

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Louth County Council has drawn up plans for 17 new residential units at Fr Finn Park in Louth Village. The social housing units would be

Cube of fuel laundering waste dumped at Carrickarnon

Cube of fuel laundering waste dumped at Carrickarnon

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A cube of fuel laundering waste has been discovered dumped close to the Louth/Armagh border this morning. The single cube, which holds up to 1,000

Same again in Louth expected at next General Election based on latest opinion poll results

Same again in Louth expected at next General Election based on latest opinion poll results

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The status quo would remain in Louth if the latest opinion poll results were replicated in a General Election. That’s according to one of the

Garrett Weldon steps down as People Before Profit’s General Election candidate

Garrett Weldon steps down as People Before Profit’s General Election candidate

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Garrett Weldon has stepped down as People Before Profit’s election candidate for Louth and East Meath. The 46-year-old was selected to contest the next General

More than 15,000 Louth pensioners to benefit from increased weekly payments from Monday

More than 15,000 Louth pensioners to benefit from increased weekly payments from Monday

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More than 15,000 people in Louth will see their weekly pension payments increase from this Monday. In total 15,247 pensioners in the county will benefit

Breathnach calls on Government to tackle rising insurance costs for businesses

Breathnach calls on Government to tackle rising insurance costs for businesses

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Local TD Declan Breathnach has called for urgent action to be taken to tackling the rising cost of insurance for businesses. Speaking in the Dáil

Fitzpatrick calls on Housing Minister to intervene to ensure upgrade of Bridge Street

Fitzpatrick calls on Housing Minister to intervene to ensure upgrade of Bridge Street

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Local TD Peter Fitzpatrick has called on Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy to work with Louth County Council to ensure that Bridge Street is included

Breathnach hits out at unacceptable delays in processing passports

Breathnach hits out at unacceptable delays in processing passports

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Louth TD Declan Breathnach has hit out at what he describes as “unacceptable delays” in the processing of passports. The Fianna Fáil deputy says the

Local pro-choice groups hit out at Louth TDs who voted against Eighth Amendment referendum bill

Local pro-choice groups hit out at Louth TDs who voted against Eighth Amendment referendum bill

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Two local abortion rights campaign group have expressed their disappointment at two local TDs who yesterday voted against the Eighth Amendment referendum bill. The bill

Ó Murchú hits out at arson attack on Cuidigh Linn premises in Muirhevnamor

Ó Murchú hits out at arson attack on Cuidigh Linn premises in Muirhevnamor

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Local councillor and General Election candidate Ruairí Ó Murchú has hit out at those behind an aroson attack on the Cuidigh Linn building in Muirhevnamor.

Former Louth General Election candidate pays tribute to son following his sudden passing

Former Louth General Election candidate pays tribute to son following his sudden passing

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A former General Election candidate in Louth has paid tribute to his son after he was found dead at a house in Newry on St

Adams calls on Justice Minister to publish review into Garda Tony Golden’s murder

Adams calls on Justice Minister to publish review into Garda Tony Golden’s murder

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Louth TD Gerry Adams has called on the Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan to publish the Garda review into the circumstances surrounding the murder of

Morgan hits out at St Patrick’s Day parking charges in Dundalk

Morgan hits out at St Patrick’s Day parking charges in Dundalk

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Community activist and local election candidate has hit out at the fact that parking charges were in operation in Dundalk on St Patrick’s Day on

Breathnach hits out at Government for ignoring small retailers

Breathnach hits out at Government for ignoring small retailers

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Local TD Declan Breathnach has hit out at the Government, accusing them of continuing to ignore the grave concerns of the declining small retailer. The