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Kilkerley Emmets to host fun run next month

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Kilkerley Emmets will host their inaugural four-mile road race and fun run on Friday August 30th at 7pm. The event

St John of God respite services to reopen on June 2nd

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Senator Mary Moran has received confirmation that the Saint John of God’s respite service in Drumcar will re-open on Tuesday

Kearney commits to Leinster for next season

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Willville’s Dave Kearney was amongst 21 Leinster players to sign new IRFU contracts yesterday to commit themselves to the Province

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Brigid of Faughart Festival to take place later this month

Brigid of Faughart Festival to take place later this month

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This year’s Brigid of Faughart Festival will take place in Dundalk, Faughart and Ravensdale from Saturday January 27th to Sunday February 4th. The 11th year

Knights of Hibernia seeking to erect commemorative plaque on Clanbrassil Street

Knights of Hibernia seeking to erect commemorative plaque on Clanbrassil Street

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The Knights of Hibernia are seeking permission to erect a commemorative plaque at their premises at 30 Clanbrassil Street. They have applied to Louth County

Plaque to Sir John McNeill to be unveiled by Dundalk Railway Heritage Society this Saturday

Plaque to Sir John McNeill to be unveiled by Dundalk Railway Heritage Society this Saturday

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Dundalk Railway Heritage Society will unveil a plaque commemorating the late Sir John McNeill, CE, FS, MRA on Saturday at 23 Jocelyn Street. Sir John

Martin Ferris to launch new book on Ireland’s hunger strikers in Dundalk on Saturday

Martin Ferris to launch new book on Ireland’s hunger strikers in Dundalk on Saturday

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Sinn Féin TD Martin Ferris will be in Dundalk this Saturday to launch his new book ‘Ireland’s Hunger for Justice’. The launch will take place

Exhibition on demolition of old Clark’s shoe factory opens in Dundalk Library on Thursday

Exhibition on demolition of old Clark’s shoe factory opens in Dundalk Library on Thursday

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A photography exhibition documenting the demolition of the old Clark’s shoe factory on the Ramparts Road will open in Dundalk Library on Thursday and run

Historian Dr Éamon Phoenix to give a talk in Dundalk this Thursday

Historian Dr Éamon Phoenix to give a talk in Dundalk this Thursday

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Dr Éamon Phoenix comes to Dundalk this Thursday to give a talk in St Vincent’s Secondary School entitled ‘The North Began: Northern Narratives of the 1916 Rising

Belfast bar to pay tribute to former Dundalk FC player Jimmy Hasty

Belfast bar to pay tribute to former Dundalk FC player Jimmy Hasty

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A Belfast bar plans to pay tribute to former Dundalk FC player Jimmy Hasty, who was shot dead by Loyalists in 1974. Best known for

Exhibition of old photos of Dundalk postponed until February

Exhibition of old photos of Dundalk postponed until February

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An exhibition of old photographs of Dundalk which was due to take place later this month has been postponed until February. While the wait goes

Johnny Cash’s Co Louth roots recalled 54 years on from Dundalk performance

Johnny Cash’s Co Louth roots recalled 54 years on from Dundalk performance

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54 years ago this weekend the legendary Johnny Cash performed at the Adelphi in Dundalk. In an interview a few days after his local show

Large crowd attend opening of Dundalk FC exhibition at County Museum

Large crowd attend opening of Dundalk FC exhibition at County Museum

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A large crowd turned out for the opening of the new Dundalk FC exhibition at the County Museum in Roden Place last night. The exhibition

Exhibition on Dundalk FC to open at the County Museum on Tuesday

Exhibition on Dundalk FC to open at the County Museum on Tuesday

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The County Museum in Dundalk are set to open a new exhibition on Dundalk FC next week. The exhibition will celebrate the club’s achievements from

Steam train excursion from Dundalk to Dublin this Sunday

Steam train excursion from Dundalk to Dublin this Sunday

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The Railway Preservation Society of Ireland have organised a Steam Enterprise trip from Belfast to Dublin this Sunday. The train will be stopping at Clarke

Stunning video on ‘The Ages of Carlingford’ is released

Stunning video on ‘The Ages of Carlingford’ is released

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A stunning new video detailing the history of Carlingford has been released in recent days. ‘The Ages of Carlingford’, produced by VisitCarlingford.com chronicles the history

New video is a trip back through time in Dundalk

New video is a trip back through time in Dundalk

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For those who like reminiscing about Dundalk in days gone by a new video put together by Bay Estate man Larry O’Hagan is right up

Walking tour will retrace Dundalk’s railway history on Tuesday

Walking tour will retrace Dundalk’s railway history on Tuesday

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Dundalk Railway Heritage Society will host a walking tour next Tuesday evening, giving details on the railway history of the town. The walk will include

St Nicholas’ Avenue to celebrate its 80th anniversary this weekend

St Nicholas’ Avenue to celebrate its 80th anniversary this weekend

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There will be celebrations aplenty in St Nicholas’ Avenue this weekend as the street celebrates its 80th anniversary. Past and present residents are expected to

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