The prospect of plans for a new business park on the outskirts of Dundalk being revived have suffered a setback after a planning application for the development was withdrawn yesterday.
The number of people signing on the Live Register in Dundalk fell for the first time since April last month. According to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office
As exclusively revealed by Talk of the Town two weeks ago, plans for a new 4,540sqm adventure centre on the outskirts of Dundalk could be revived. Planning permission for the
You can rent motorised E-bikes in Carlingford to travel around the area. The new service from E-Bike Escapes has just been launched. Bookings can be made at www.escapehq.ie with a
Recruitment is now underway for those interested in joining the Army Reserves in Dundalk. The Reserve Defence Forces is now accepting applications for the Army Reserve and would welcome applicants
Around one in every eight jobs in Co Louth could be at risk in the event of a hard Brexit. That’s the warning from business group Ibec in its latest
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
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,