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Packed crowd fills St Patrick’s for ordination of Barry Matthews to the priesthood

A packed audience descended upon St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dundalk yesterday to celebrate the ordination of local man Barry Matthews to the priesthood. The Point Road man was ordained at

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Area of Dundalk identified as an unemployment blackspot by Census 2016

The unemployment rate for Co Louth was 16.7% at the time of the Census last year with one area of Dundalk identified as an unemployment blackspot. New figures from Census

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New cross border greenway project will link Carlingford to Newry

A new cross border greenway project will be announced tomorrow morning. The new 10.1km stretch of greenway will help link Carlingford to Newry. Full details of the €3.46 million project,

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IDA Ireland’s €7 million advanced office building in Dundalk given the go ahead

IDA Ireland have been given the go ahead to develop an advanced office building in Dundalk. In April the agency, who are charged with bringing foreign direct investment to Ireland,

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New fashion chain to open store in Dundalk

A new fashion chain is set to open in Dundalk. USC sell a wide range of men, women and children’s clothing, shoes and accessories. Amongst the brands sold by USC

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New convenience store given the go ahead in Jenkinstown

A new convenience store has been given the go ahead in Jenkinstown. Fergal Finegan applied to Louth County Council for permission and outline permission for the store at Rampark, not

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Nova Leah announces 78 new jobs for Dundalk

Dundalk has received a significant jobs boost this morning with the news that Nova Leah are set to create 78 new jobs in the town. Lero researchers from the Regulated

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Live Register figure for Dundalk increased for the first time this year in May

The number of people signing on the Live Register in Dundalk last month increased for the first time this year. The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show

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Pamela Scott opens its doors in Dundalk today

The new Pamela Scott store will open in Dundalk at 9.30am this morning. The popular women’s fashion brand will be located at 6/7 Earl Street in the former Tommy Hilfiger

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Pamela Scott to open new Dundalk store this Thursday

The new Pamela Scott store in Dundalk will open its doors this Thursday morning. The popular women’s fashion brand will be located at 6/7 Earl Street in the former Tommy

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New president expected to be appointed at Dundalk IT this August

A new president is expected to be appointed at Dundalk IT by this August. That’s according to Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton. Responding to a parliamentary question from

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Appeal launched to prevent Carlingford Ferry from setting sail next month

An environmental campaigner from Northern Ireland has gone to court to try to prevent the Carlingford Ferry from launching next month. Christine Gibson took a case to the Court of

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Imperial Hotel launches recruitment drive ahead of revamp

The Imperial Hotel in Dundalk has announced that it is under new management with refurbishment currently taking place to revamp the Park Street hotel. New branding was revealedby the hotel

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Bus Éireann depot in Dundalk faces closure after union votes to accept Labour Court recommendations

The Bus Éireann maintenance garage on the Ardee Road in Dundalk looks set to close after staff from the bus company’s largest union the National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU)

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Shop Local Gift Voucher sales exceed €700,000 two years after launch

The number of Shop Local Gift Vouchers sold since being launched in Dundalk two years ago has exceeded €700,000. Dundalk Chamber of Commerce today revealed that over €710,000 of the