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Dundalk Youth Centre allocated over €68,000 by International Fund for Ireland

Dundalk Youth Centre allocated over €68,000 by International Fund for Ireland

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Dundalk Youth Centre has been allocated a grant of over €68,000 as part of a €1.17m commitment by the International

New eye service cuts waiting lists at Louth County Hospital

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A new eye treatment service opened recently in the Louth County Hospital, with the HSE claiming it has helped to

Housing completions in Louth below where they need to be

Housing completions in Louth below where they need to be

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The number of house completions in Co Louth over the past two years is below the level required, according to

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Louth County Council inviting applications for Housing Adaptation Grants

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Louth County Council is inviting grant applications from those in the county who require assistance to make their home more suitable to accommodate a person

St Mary’s College meets those concerned by new school project for Dundalk

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The management of one of the largest second-level schools in the town has moved to allay concerns among some local residents about plans to build

Darver Castle looking to expand

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Darver Castle are hoping to extend the reception area of the castle. Owner Aidan Carville has applied to Louth County Council for planning permission for

Cllr Sharkey welcomes the decision to stop including Domiciliary Care Allowance in rent calculations

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Councillor Tomás Sharkey has welcomed the decision by the local authority in Louth to stop including Domiciliary Care Allowance while calculating rent. The Domiciliary Care

Dundalk leading Louth’s property revival

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Dundalk is leading the property revival in Co Louth, according to the ‘How Much Is Your House Worth? 2014 price survey’ in today’s Irish Independent.

Dundalk Stadium to learn in March whether all-weather jumps proposal will be given the go ahead

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Dundalk Stadium will know by the start of the Cheltenham Festival whether it will be able to provide all-weather jumps racing at the Racecourse Road

One in four new buildings in Louth lying idle – the highest amount in Ireland

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Louth has the highest vacancy rate for new buildings in the country at 26%, according to new figures from GeoDirectory. The new data from the

Extension to CBS Primary School given the go ahead

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The CBS Primary School in Chapel Street were recently granted planning permission by Dundalk Town Council for the construction of a new two storey extension.

New Asian Supplies store opens in Dundalk

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There has been a lot of doom and gloom on the local business front in the first few days of 2014 but there has been

Former Tommy Hilfiger store on Earl Street up for sale

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The former Tommy Hilfiger store on Earl Street in Dundalk has gone on the market with local estate agent DNG Duffy within the last week.

Culligan keeping options open in relation to Ardee Road apartments

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Local developer Danny Culligan is keeping his options open as to the possibility of building 40 new apartments on the Ardee Road. His company Danny

Plans for Dublin Road filling station remain on track

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Shepwil Ltd still retain hope of constructing a new fuel station at the former Texaco Southend Service Station on the Dublin Road. The company have

Penneys closing in Long Walk Shopping Centre

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Dundalk has suffered another massive commercial blow with the news that Penneys in the Long Walk Shopping Centre is to close. Staff were informed of

Sharkey calls on idle lands to be utilised

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A Louth County Councillor has called on disused land owned by the local authority to be put to use within the various communities. Cllr Tomás

House prices in Louth continue to fall

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Asking prices for houses in Louth continued to fall in the fourth quarter of last year, with the latest survey from property website MyHome.ie showing

Planning refused for 143 new homes at Priorland

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Plans for 143 new homes at a site in Priorland, off the Dublin Road, have suffered a setback after an application for an extension of

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