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Kenyan runners confirmed for Patsy Kelly 5k in Dundalk tomorrow

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The organisers of the Patsy Kelly 5K are delighted to announce that top Kenyan runners Lezan Kumutai and Peter Brandon are

Breathnach raises concern over “sub-standard” mobile phone coverage in Louth

Breathnach raises concern over “sub-standard” mobile phone coverage in Louth

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Local TD Declan Breathnach has raised his concern about the patchy mobile phone coverage in Co Louth. Customers of various

Airbound open day raises awareness and funds for autism

Airbound open day raises awareness and funds for autism

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A recent event at Airbound Trampoline Park in the North Link Retail Park in aid of Irish Autism Action attracted

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No immediate impact on local jobs as Xerox cedes control to Fujifilm

No immediate impact on local jobs as Xerox cedes control to Fujifilm

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There will be “no immediate impact” to any local jobs after Xerox announced plans to cede control to Japan’s Fujifilm in a deal that creates

Number on Live Register in Dundalk falls by 0.9% in first month of 2018

Number on Live Register in Dundalk falls by 0.9% in first month of 2018

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The number of people signing on the Live Register in Dundalk fell by 0.9% in the first month of 2018, according to the latest figures

New pharmacy to open at Neighbourhood Centre

New pharmacy to open at Neighbourhood Centre

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A new pharmacy is set to open at the Neighbourhood Centre, off the Inner Relief Road in Dundalk shortly. Hiring has already begun for the

Almac Group submit plans for new EU Distribution Centre in Dundalk

Almac Group submit plans for new EU Distribution Centre in Dundalk

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Northern Irish-based pharmaceutical firm the Almac Group have submitted plans for their new EU Distribution Centre at Finnabair Crescent. They have submitted a planning application

Wasdell’s new Dundalk premises given the go ahead

Wasdell’s new Dundalk premises given the go ahead

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Pharmaceutical packaging company Wasdell have been given the go ahead to construct a new premises at the IDA Ireland site at Mullagharlin in Dundalk. The

New bureau de change in Clanbrassil Street given the go ahead

New bureau de change in Clanbrassil Street given the go ahead

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A new bureau de change has been given the go ahead for Clanbrassil Street in Dundalk. Bureau Buttercrane Ltd, who already have an operation in

StatSports announce two new long-term deals with two of Ireland’s biggest sporting organisations

StatSports announce two new long-term deals with two of Ireland’s biggest sporting organisations

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Local company StatSports have announced two new deals today with two of the country’s biggest sporting organisations. The GPS player tracking and performance monitoring company

New Dundalk FC owners expected to hire more full-time staff to run things off the field at Oriel Park

New Dundalk FC owners expected to hire more full-time staff to run things off the field at Oriel Park

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The talk of the town at present is undoubtedly the takeover of Dundalk FC by an American consortium backed by Peak 6. The long-anticipated deal

Dundalk company Gecko to receive $1 million in funding towards global expansion

Dundalk company Gecko to receive $1 million in funding towards global expansion

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Dundalk-based company Gecko Governance has received $1 million in funding as it seeks to expand globally. According to a report in today’s Irish Times, the company raised

Almac Group announce £30 million investment in Dundalk

Almac Group announce £30 million investment in Dundalk

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Northern Irish-based pharmaceutical firm the Almac Group have announced a further investment in Dundalk. The company, which announced 100 jobs for Dundalk a year ago

Judge encourages local family to seek mediation to resolve dispute over IJM shares

Judge encourages local family to seek mediation to resolve dispute over IJM shares

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A judge has advised a local family currently involved in a dispute over shares in their timber company to seek mediation to resolve the matter.

Almac planning new laboratory in Dundalk

Almac planning new laboratory in Dundalk

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Almac, the Craigavon-based pharmaceutical giant who this time last year announced 100 new jobs for Dundalk, are planning a new laboratory in the town. The

Dundalk firm Rock Digital partners with European development house Code Factory Group

Dundalk firm Rock Digital partners with European development house Code Factory Group

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Irish full-service digital agency Rock Digital have announced a strategic partnership with one of Europe’s top gaming and fintech development specialists. The company, based on

The Baby Shop to close up shop

The Baby Shop to close up shop

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The Baby Shop in Park Street is set to close its doors. The store, which has been in business for almost a decade, will shut

Dundalk company Anord to merge with Mardix following acquisition

Dundalk company Anord to merge with Mardix following acquisition

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Dundalk-based Anord Control Systems is set to merge with UK-based rival Mardix. The move comes after Bertram Capital, which acquired a majority stake in Anord

Number on Live Register in Dundalk rises for first time since July in December

Number on Live Register in Dundalk rises for first time since July in December

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The number of people signing on the Live Register in Dundalk rose for the first time since July last month. According to the latest figures