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Ahern insists rotating Taoiseach would “have to be” part of any Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael deal

Ahern insists rotating Taoiseach would “have to be” part of any Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael deal

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Former Fianna Fáil justice minister Dermot Ahern has said a 50:50 ministerial breakdown and rotating Taoiseach role “would have to

Irish Country Quad Summer Camps now on

Irish Country Quad Summer Camps now on

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The Irish Country Quad Summer Camps got underway this week and will run for the course of the next eight

Byrne named on Irish panel for first test against Australia

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Louth forward Ciaran Byrne has been included in the 23 man Irish panel for Saturday’s first test match against Australia

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ABB given the go ahead to convert former Nissan garage at Dundalk Retail Park

ABB given the go ahead to convert former Nissan garage at Dundalk Retail Park

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Local company ABB have been given the go ahead to move into the former Nissan Garage at Dundalk Retail Park. The company, who are based

Dundalk shop not expected to be affected by New Look store closures

Dundalk shop not expected to be affected by New Look store closures

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The New Look store in the Marshes Shopping Centre and others around the Republic of Ireland are not understood to be under threat despite the

New ice cream shop Storm in a Teacup to open in Blackrock

New ice cream shop Storm in a Teacup to open in Blackrock

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Bring on the summer because a new ice cream shop is on its way to Blackrock. Storm in a Teacup have announced they will be

Louth people pay just over €6,400 in tax each year

Louth people pay just over €6,400 in tax each year

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People in Louth pay just over €6,400 in tax each year. That’s according to figures from the Central Statistics Office, which found that the average

New €7.1 million adventure centre given the go ahead for a second time

New €7.1 million adventure centre given the go ahead for a second time

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Plans for a new 4,540sqm adventure centre on the outskirts of Dundalk are back on after conditional planning permission for the proposed development was given

Dunnes Stores to remain closed this Friday

Dunnes Stores to remain closed this Friday

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Dunnes Stores have announced that they will remain closed tomorrow. The decision comes after the red weather warning currently in place for tomorrow was extended

Fears for future of Maplin jobs in Dundalk as company enters administration

Fears for future of Maplin jobs in Dundalk as company enters administration

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There are fears for the future of jobs in the local Maplin store at Dundalk Retail Park after its parent company collapsed into administration after

Louth people the best paid in Border, Midland and Western region

Louth people the best paid in Border, Midland and Western region

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People in Co Louth are the best paid in the border region, new figures from the CSO have revealed. According to the County Incomes and

Blackrock man Conor McQuaid appointed new chairman and CEO of Irish Distillers

Blackrock man Conor McQuaid appointed new chairman and CEO of Irish Distillers

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Blackrock man Conor McQuaid has been appointed the new chairman and CEO of Irish Distillers. He will replace the outgoing Jean-Christophe Coutures who is leaving

Dundalk company Radio Systems Petsafe Europe Limited named best small company to work for in Ireland

Dundalk company Radio Systems Petsafe Europe Limited named best small company to work for in Ireland

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A Dundalk-based business was named the best small company in Ireland at the Great Place to Work Best Workplaces 2018 event which took place at

182 pubs currently trading in Co Louth

182 pubs currently trading in Co Louth

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There are currently 182 pubs trading in Co Louth. That’s according to AIB’s Pub Outlook report for 2018, which revealed that the Wee County has

Regatta begin hiring for new Dundalk store

Regatta begin hiring for new Dundalk store

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Outdoor clothing brand Regatta have began recruiting for their new Dundalk store. Regatta are moving into the former Outdoor Xchange premises at the Long Walk

New doctor’s surgery planned for The Fairways Centre

New doctor’s surgery planned for The Fairways Centre

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A new doctor’s surgery is planned for The Fairways Centre on the Dublin Road in Dundalk. The new retail centre on the site of the

New hair salon to open on Clanbrassil Street

New hair salon to open on Clanbrassil Street

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A new hair salon is set to open in Clanbrassil Street next month. The Hair Extension Boutique will open its doors on Thursday March 1st

The Century Bar now hiring ahead of March re-opening

The Century Bar now hiring ahead of March re-opening

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The Century Bar has started to hire staff ahead of its re-opening next month. The iconic pub at Roden Place was sold just before Christmas

Louth start-ups raised the third highest amount in Ireland last year

Louth start-ups raised the third highest amount in Ireland last year

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Start-ups in Louth raised €44.1 million in funding last year, the third highest figure in the country. Only Dublin and Limerick raised more than the