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

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 the money from tech investment

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

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. The shareholders of IJM Timber

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A number of people from the area named on Ireland’s Rich List for 2018

A number of locals were included in the Sunday Independent’s Rich List 2018, which details the top 250 richest people in Ireland. Coming out on top locally and the fifth

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Ogle facing legal action from RTÉ journalist over Facebook post

Dundalk man Brendan Ogle is facing legal action from RTÉ journalist John Kilraine over a Facebook post made at the time of the Apollo House occupation last winter. Mr Ogle,

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Video highlights good work Louth County Council are doing in tackling the housing crisis locally

Irish Times journalist Ronan McGreevy has shared with us a video which he recently compiled on Louth County Council’s work in tackling the housing crisis recently. In recent times the

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Call for horse racing in Dundalk to finish earlier in interest of worker safety

Two of the leading players in the horse racing industry have called on races at Dundalk Stadium to finish earlier to ensure workers make it home safe. Irish Stable Staff

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Press Ombudsman rejects Adams’ complaint against The Irish Independent

Louth TD Gerry Adams has had a complaint against The Irish Independent rejected by the Press Ombudsman. The Sinn Féin president claimed a front-page article on September 1st last in

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Woman with Dundalk ties features in The Greatest Showman

A woman with strong family ties to Dundalk features in the current Hollywood blockbuster ‘The Greatest Showman’, starring Hugh Jackman. Caoife Coleman is a dancing circus performer in the movie,

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Ryan could face legal action over claims in new book on the IRA

A Dundalk man due to release a book this week could be set to face legal action over his alleged role in an attack on RUC officers during the Troubles.

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Shelved Narrow Water Bridge project cost Louth County Council almost €2 million

The shelved Narrow Water Bridge project cost Louth County Council almost €2 million despite its failure to get off the ground, it has been revealed. Planning permission for the cross

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One of the victims of Dundalk attacks named

One of the victims of yesterday’s attacks in Dundalk have been named. According to a report in The Irish Times, 22-year-old Cian Murphy was the man attacked along the Inner Relief

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Louth people the third worst offenders at failing to show up for jury duty

People in Louth are the third worst offenders in the country when it comes to dodging jury service. That’s according to a report in today’s Irish Sun which reveals that

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Detectives investigating murder of Adrian Donohoe confident of charging main suspect next year

Detectives investigating the murder of their colleague Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe five years ago next month are confident of bringing charges against those responsible for his killing in the New

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Revenues at BoyleSports approaching €1.5 billion a year

Revenues at Dundalk-based bookmaker firm BoyleSports are now approaching €1.5 billion a year, fuelled by growth in its online mobile platform and further expansion of its retail operation. John Boyle,

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Gardaí monitoring paedophile believed to be in Dundalk at present

A warning has been issued over a paedophile who is believed to be in the Dundalk area at present. According to a report in The Irish Sun, pensioner Frank Massey