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Popular Dundalk café The Chestnut closes its doors

One of Dundalk’s most established cafés, The Chestnut, has closed its doors. The Chestnut has been trading at Adelphi Court on the Long Walk for more than two decades but

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Retained firefighters being recruited throughout the county

The Louth County Fire Service are currently recruiting retained firefighters with recruitment information sessions to take place across the county from next week. Retained firefighters are being sought for Ardee,

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Grab yourself a gelato in Bunny’s this Bank Holiday weekend

The Bank Holiday weekend is finally here and what better way to treat yourself over the next few days than by paying a visit to the town’s newest ice cream

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Signature Hair relocates to new premises on Clanbrassil Street

Local barbers Signature Hair have reopened this afternoon at a new premises on Clanbrassil Street. The business, run by Dundalk man Barry Kieran, has moved five doors down from its

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Teva Pharmaceuticals building at Xerox placed up for sale

A large industrial unit on the outskirts of Dundalk has just been placed up for sale. Building B at the Xerox Technology Park is a 55,712 sq ft (5,176sqm) office

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New work at home roles available with eBay

eBay might be gone from Dundalk but some of its former staff and others seeking employment in the area will be alerted to a new recruitment campaign which the online

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Number on Live Register in Dundalk increases for third straight month with 4% rise in July

The number of people signing on the Live Register in Dundalk increased for the third month in-a-row in July. The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show that

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Two new Garda Superintendents appointed locally by Policing Authority

Two new Superintendents have been appointed by the Policing Authority to work in Dundalk and Louth. Inspector Yvonne Murphy has been appointed to the rank of Superintendent in Dundalk Garda

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Carphone Warehouse looking to move on from Clanbrassil Street

Dundalk town centre could be set to lose one of its long standing businesses after the Carphone Warehouse at 9 Clanbrassil Street was advertised for rent earlier this week. The

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Prometric hiring Customer Service Representatives

Prometric are hiring Customer Service Representatives with German, Dutch and Spanish speakers sought. If you are looking for a unique opportunity within customer services, where you will be constantly challenged,

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Vavavoom seeking fashion blogger and social media manager

Local fashionistas will be interested to hear that Dundalk-based online fashion store Vavavoom.ie are on the lookout for a new Fashion Blogger Outreach and Social Media Manager. Vavavoom, which sells

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Castlebellingham-based Standard Brands acquired by SHS Group

Local company Standard Brands, which has a manufacturing and operations base in Castlebellingham, has been acquired by the Belfast-based SHS Group. SHS Group announced the acquisition of Standard Brands today

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Plans for new business park on outskirts of Dundalk revived 13 years on

Plans for a new business park on the outskirts of Dundalk which was planned to create 1,200 jobs could be revived almost 13 years on from when they were first

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Top job in BoyleSports stays in the family as Conor Gray named new CEO

The top job in BoyleSports is set to remain within the family. Talk of the Town reported last month how John Boyle was set to step down as chief executive

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McGahon urges young teachers to apply for LMETB roles

Local councillor John McGahon has urged young teachers to apply for the various vacancies currently on offer with the Louth Meath Education and Training Board (LMETB). Various posts are now