Dundalk’s Clanbrassil Street has suffered another huge setback with the news that woman’s boutique Madame Kay has closed its doors. It is understood that staff were informed of the decision
Local company Satir have applied for planning permission to Dundalk Town Council to build residential facilities at their headquarters in Finnabair Industrial Estate. Applying under their registered name of Satir
In what could be a major blow for tourism in the region, the Narrow Water Bridge project has been put on hold pending a cost and funding review. Louth County
McCabes Garages, one of the longest-established Toyota dealers inIreland, has gone into receivership. Located in large showroom facilities on the Duleek Road in Drogheda and on the Dublin-Derry Road outside Ardee, the family-run business has
Dundalk based company Prometric saw its revenues increase by 81% last year. The US multi-national has reported that its turnover rose from €14.3 million in 2012, up from €8 million
The Louth VEC might have wrapped up this week but one local man is set to play a prominent role in the future of the education committee in the Midlands.
An extra 130 higher education places have been announced for Dundalk Institute of Technology. These places, which will be available through the Springboard programme, will provide jobseekers with an opportunity