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AIB Start-Up Academy video is released

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJcjLhF2YVQ] Last week AIB help a Start-Up Academy event in the Spirit Store, aimed at entrepreneurs and potential entrepreneurs from the area. On the night Sonya Lennon from Lennon Courtney

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Dressmaker comes to Miss Ireland semi-finalist Lisa’s rescue after online scam

A designer dressmaker has come to the rescue of a potential Miss Ireland from Dundalk, who was conned out of two glamourous gowns by a cruel online scam. Lisa Casey

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Almost 100 Louth women travelled for abortions to the UK last year

Almost 100 women from Co Louth travelled to the UK for abortions last year, according to new figures from the Department of Health in Britain. The figures revealed that 93

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Tommy McConville event organisers to hand over funds raised to North Louth Hospice this Friday

The organisers of the recent Tommy McConville Golf Classic and Fundraising Night will make a presentation of all funds raised from the June 7th event to the North Louth Hospice

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Gardaí investigating graffiti incident in Pearse Park

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses after a car was vandalised in the Pearse Park area of Dundalk around 6.30pm yesterday evening. A series of graffiti was written across the bonnet

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Kirk calls for urgent action to be taken at Lourdes Hospital over trolley crisis

Local TD Seamus Kirk has called for urgent action to be taken at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda to alleviate the ongoing trolley crisis. There were 32 patients

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PayPal announce 400 new jobs for Dundalk

Online payments company, PayPal, is creating 400 jobs over the next four years at its European operations centre in Dundalk, the company announced at a press conference in Dublin’s Shelbourne

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Carlingford-Omeath Greenway to be complete in a “matter of weeks”

Work has now commenced on the final stage of the Carlingford-Omeath Greenway, a new walk and cycle path linking the two peninsula villages. The last 240m of the route will

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Almost half of Louth now has a medical card

Almost one in every two people in Louth have a medical card, according to new figures released by the Health Service Executive. The figures, published by The Irish Times, revealed

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Glenmuir and Celtic confirm link-up with Dublin meeting

Glenmuir United’s link with the Glasgow Celtic International Programme went to the next level at a meeting held in Dublin recently. On the day club representatives Eamonn Farrell, Mark Sheils

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Travellers take up residence close to Dundalk Stadium

A large group of travellers have set up camp on the roadside close to Dundalk Stadium. This is the second group of travellers to make Dundalk their home in recent

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Shots fired at house in Ravensdale

Gardaí are investigating reports of shots being fired at a house in North Louth last night. The incident happened around 11pm in the Deerpark area of Ravensdale. It is believed

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Teenager hospitalised and another man injured following aggravated burglary in Dundalk

A teenager was hospitalised and another man injury after four masked men broke into a house in the Toberona area shortly after lunchtime today and assaulted the two male occupants. Gardaí

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Doylesfort Road reopens following car crash

The Doylesfort Road in Dundalk has reopened following a serious collision last night. This is the second crash to occur on the road, located between the Armagh and Newry Roads, in

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Shelagh Vintage Run scheduled for June 29th

The seventh annual Shelagh Vintage Run will take place on Sunday June 29th. All those taking part are asked to assemble at Shelagh Youth Club from 12.30pm ahead of the