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Donohoe suspects pictured with guns in America

Two of the men suspected of being involved in the killing of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe in Bellurgan in January 2013 have been pictured posing with guns at a shooting

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Judge tells jury not to draw “any inference” from defendent’s no-show in court

A jury in the trial of a local man accused of stabbing his former partner has been told they must not draw any inference from his absence from court today.

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Convicted sex offender operating as a pimp in Dundalk and Carlingford

A convicted sex offender is reported to have established himself as a pimp in this area, operating between Dundalk and Carlingford. According to The Sunday World, self-confessed child abuser ‘Mucky’

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Dundalk mother and baby injured on Ryanair flight

A mother and baby from Dundalk were amongst those hurt when a Ryanair flight from Dublin to Barcelona hit turbulence on Monday. The flight to Reus hit a patch of

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Couple awarded €291,000 after dampness ruins dream home

A local couple have been awarded €291,000 after the High Court heard their newly constructed dream home turned into a nightmare because of dampness, which eventually forced them to leave

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Louth dog owners paid the most fines nationally last year

Dog owners in Louth paid the most number of fines nationally last year, according to new figures. According to The Irish Times, figures from the Department of the Environment show

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Renewed appeal for return of stolen watches

A renewed appeal has been launched by the family of Stephen Carroll for the return of the two watches he had left his sons following his passing last November. The

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David Carries away a Pride of Ireland award

Local athlete David Carrie was named as one of the Irish Daily Mirror’s Pride of Ireland award winners at a ceremony in Dublin last night. The Dunleer AC clubman picked

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Lyons to put $1bn life sciences firm on the market

Dundalk born Dr Pearse Lyons’s firm Alltech may sell the life sciences division of his animal feed nutrition, brewing and biotech company for more than $1bn (€740m), he confirmed to The Sunday

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The Sun shines for Rossiter on his 31st birthday

The Irish Sun and Dundalk FC’s Mark Rossiter showed they had a sense of humour when the paper presented the defender with a ‘luxury gift’ to mark his 31st birthday

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Three of Ireland’s richest people are from Dundalk

Three men from Dundalk are amongst the 10 richest people in Ireland, according to the latest Sunday Times Rich List which was published last weekend. The publication found that Glen

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Operatic world and The Washington Post leap to the defence of Tara Erraught over criticisms regarding her weight

The Washington Post has hit out at a number of UK-based critics over their treatment of Dundalk native Tara Erraught in reviews of Glyndebourne’s new ‘Der Rosenkavalier’. The mezzo-soprano, who

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More than 4,400 on social housing waiting list in Louth

There are now 4,405 people on the social housing waiting list in Louth, according to new figures published by The Irish Times. The newspaper contacted all 34 local authorities on

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Majority of voters believe Gerry Adams was a member of the IRA, poll finds

A large majority of voters believe Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams was a member of the IRA despite his consistent denials, according to the latest Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI opinion poll.

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Fitzsimons removed from RTÉ studios prior to election debate

Dundalk-based local and European election candidate Mark Fitzsimons caused something of a stir at RTÉ studios at the weekend after claims he was physically removed from Montrose after demanding to