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Local car firm who wanted to rival Tesla placed into liquidation

A local firm who had ambitious plans to develop electric cars has been placed into liquidation. Dunleer-based Swift Composite Prototypes announced in 2015 that it was planning to build a

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M1 Payments Corridor seeking €4 million fund to attract e-payments jobs to Dundalk and Drogheda

A local industry group believes around 600 jobs could be created between Dundalk and Drogheda if the area is recognised as a cluster for e-payments companies. In an interview with

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Family of Siobhan Phillips call for public inquiry into incident that led to the murder of Garda Tony Golden

The family of Siobhan Phillips, who was seriously wounded in the murder-suicide that claimed the life of Garda Tony Golden in Omeath two years ago today have called for a

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Dundalk IT moves up two places in The Sunday Times’ Good University Guide rankings

Dundalk IT has moved up two places in The Sunday Times’ Good University Guide rankings. The local college is now in the top four ITs in the country after jumping

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Cork’s Karl Sheppard plays down speculation linking him with move to Dundalk FC

Cork City striker Karl Sheppard has played down talk of a close season move to Dundalk. The 26-year-old has been linked with a move to Oriel Park for 2018 in

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Fine Gael to lose Dáil seat in Louth based on latest opinion poll results

Fine Gael could be set to lose a seat in the Louth/East Meath constituency at the expense of either Fianna Fáil or Sinn Féin if the latest opinion poll results

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Mum of Dundalk IT student who died from SADS welcomes new quicker tests for condition

The mother of a former Dundalk IT student who passed away from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome in 2003 has welcomed a new laboratory at the Mater Hospital which can test

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Local mum fears homelessness due to autistic daughter’s behaviour

A local mother has pleaded for support to help her cope with her autistic daughter. Maryjane Maguire from Laurel Brook Gardens spoke to The Irish Daily Mirror about the difficulties

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Troubles no excuse to ‘whitewash’ killing of Tom Oliver, says Taoiseach

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams that the troubles cannot be used as an excuse to “whitewash” the “senseless killing” of Cooley farmer Tom Oliver. The

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Louth County Council has acquired 35 houses by compulsory purchase with another 30 in the pipeline

Louth County Council has acquired 35 vacant houses by compulsory purchase over the past 15 months and has a further 30 in the pipeline. That’s according to new figures released

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Mum of local teen assaulted at Tiesto gig calls for witnesses to come forward

The mother of a local teenager who was left badly beaten following an attack in Belfast last month has urged witnesses to the incident to come forward. Jason Tuite has

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61 complaints to Irish Rail about behaviour of passengers on local rail service since 2015

A total of 61 complaints was made by Irish Rail customers about other passengers on the Dundalk to Drogheda route in the last two-and-a-half years. That’s according to data released

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Local footballer Michael O’Connor set for January move to Burnley

Local footballer Michael O’Connor will complete a move to Premier League side Burnley at the end of the League of Ireland season. That’s according to a report in today’s Irish

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PSNI searching land near Crossmaglen for weapon used to murder Adrian Donohoe

Police in the North have begun combing land near Crossmaglen searching for the weapon they believed was used to shoot and kill Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe at Lordship Credit Union

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Suspected Garda killer one of almost 100 Irish deported from America in last five years

The man suspected of killing Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe in Bellurgan in January 2013 was one of almost 100 Irish criminals booted out of the US over the past five