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SOSAD on the move to Jocelyn Street

Local suicide prevention charity SOSAD is on the move to Jocelyn Street. Founder of Save Our Sons and Daughters Peter Moroney has revealed that a new office and counselling centre

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Things are really taking shape on Earl Street

Thanks to Damien Wynne for sharing this picture of things taking shape at Earl House on Earl Street. Work on the former National Irish Bank and Revenue Commissioners’ building on

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Kirk calls for government action to help boost local construction sector

Local Fianna Fáil TD Séamus Kirk says the Government must urgently put in place a number of measures to kick-start housing construction in County Louth to provide for increased housing

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Major changes proposed for the Violet Pub in Blackrock

Major changes are being proposed to the former Violet Pub at The Square in Blackrock to turn it back into a home. Ronan and Denise Wogan have applied to Louth

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Four new houses given the go ahead at The Towers

Black & White Construction Ltd have been granted conditional planning permission to build new homes at The Towers estate on the Point Road. The unfinished estate was granted planning permission in

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Bus Stop Bar sold

The Bus Stop Bar in Park Street has been sold. The public house, which also traded as Russell’s, has been on the market for some time with estate agents Property

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IFA call for reduction of property tax in Louth

In a submission to Louth County Council, Louth IFA Chairman Matthew McGreehan has sought a reduction in the property tax to reflect the level of services provided and to ensure

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Sportsman’s on the market for €350,000

The Sportsman’s Bar and Restaurant in Ravensdale has been placed on the market with an asking price of €350,000 with local estates REA Gunne Property. Located on four acres of

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Kennedy Wilson pays €120m for Elliott loans and Marshes Shopping Centre

US-based property investment group Kennedy Wilson announced yesterday that it had agreed to acquire the Elliott loan portfolio and the Marshes Shopping Centre in Dundalk for a combined €120 million. It is

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Dundalk IT accommodation list now available

Students planning to attend Dundalk IT next year can start their search for accommodation now. The college’s accommodation list went live this morning with the list being updated regularly and

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O’Callaghan Insurances set to reopen on Stapleton Place

While all too often we hear of businesses closing in Dundalk, there may be one opening in Stapleton Place quite soon. Talk of the Town understands that O’Callaghan Insurances are

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Blow for Dundalk as burrito store closes its doors

Park Street has suffered a major blow following the closure of California Burrito in the last few days. The Mexican-style grill opened to great excitement last September as they became

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All private rental homes in Louth that were inspected failed to meet basic minimum requirements

All of the 17 private rental dwellings that were inspected by Louth County Council last year failed to meet the basic minumum requirements. According to the Irish Independent, Louth was

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Morgan Fuels planning new building on the Ramparts Road

Morgan Fuels (Ire) Ltd have applied to Louth County Council for planning permission to build a new four storey mixed use building at the Ramparts in Dundalk. The company, owned

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Completion of six homes given the go ahead in Knockshee

BWH Developments Ltd have been granted conditional planning permission by Louth County Council to complete six houses at the Knockshee estate on the Old Golf Links Road in Haggardstown. The