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Additional accommodation approved for Dulargy NS

Additional accommodation has been approved by the Minister for Education Richard Bruton for Dulargy National School in Ravensdale. This will provide a new 80sqm classroom with an ensuite toilet and

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Three non-teaching staff at Faughart NS made redundant

The three non-teaching staff at Scoil Náisiunta Bhrighde in Faughart have been made redundant as the school’s future remains in doubt. Faughart NS has had no pupils in it since

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Former local journalist Gene Yore honoured with lifetime membership of NUJ

Former local journalist Gene Yore was amongst those honoured for their contribution to the profession by the National Union of Journalists at an event in Dublin last night. The Dromiskin

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Finn Harps boss Horgan hits out at RTÉ’s decision to broadcast Dundalk game on Saturday

Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan has hit out at RTÉ over their decision to broadcast his side’s match with Dundalk FC in Finn Park this Saturday. In an interview with

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Gardaí reviewing 1991 murder of Cooley farmer Tom Oliver

Gardaí are set to review the 1991 murder of Cooley man Tom Oliver. The Riverstown man was abducted and subsequently murdered by the IRA on July 18th 1991, with his

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Urgent appeal for accommodation to be made available for students in Dundalk

The students’ union in Dundalk IT has issued an urgent appeal for accommodation to be made available to students returning to college this September. President Pauraic Renaghan told The Argus

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Homes along Dublin Road may be affected by Irish Water works for the next week

Homeowners in the Dublin Road area of Dundalk may experience reduced water pressure in their homes for the next seven days as a result of works due to commence this

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The Dundalk Advertiser to cease publication

Local newspaper The Dundalk Advertiser is to cease publication with immediate effect. The monthly freesheet is one of 11 titles being terminated by publishers Observer Newspapers NI. The Dungannon-based company

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Irene White murder accused released on bail

The man accused of murdering Irene White in her home at Ice House in Dundalk on April 6th 2005 has been released on bail. According to The Argus, 34-year-old Anthony

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Reports of ‘savage’ dog attack in Blackrock played down

Locals in Blackrock have played down reports of a “savage” dog attack in the village last Thursday. According to reports in a local newspaper at the weekend a large dog

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Alternative eBay location found in Dundalk, insists Fitzpatrick

An alternative location for eBay has been found in Dundalk, according to a report in today’s Argus. Local TD Peter Fitzpatrick told the newspaper that a building in the town

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O’Hanlon and Fr Murray Park residents suffering from rat problems

Residents of a local housing estate have hit out at Louth County Council and the HSE for failing to help them with a rat problem which they claim has been

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How times have changed for the Louth Hospital

How times change. Thanks to Sharron McQuaid for sharing this old picture of a headline from the front page of The Argus in 1985. With a picture of the Louth

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Gardaí patrol outside Dundalk secondary schools in crackdown on drug dealers

Local Gardaí have begun to patrol outside local secondary schools before and after school in a crackdown on drug dealers targeting teenagers. A report in today’s Dundalk Leader claims that

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US Vice President Joe Biden may visit Louth

US Vice President could be set to visit North Louth to trace his ancestral heritage. That’s according to a report in this week’s Argus. According to the paper, Biden was