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House prices in Louth continue to fall

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 that the median price for

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Planning refused for 143 new homes at Priorland

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 the planning permission previously granted

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Marshes pushing ahead with plans for new Dundalk cinema

The Marshes Shopping Centre are pushing ahead with plans for a new cinema at the centre. Marshes Shopping Centre Limited applied to Dundalk Town Council for planning permission for a

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Planning granted for completion of St Vincent de Paul centre

St Vincent de Paul have been granted conditional planning permission to complete their day care centre at Hoey’s Lane and the Inner Relief Road roundabout. To go-ahead for the completion

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Dundalk jumps nine places in latest IBAL anti-litter tables

Dundalk has jumped from 37th to 28th in the latest IBAL Anti-Litter survey. The study of 42 towns by Irish Business Against Litter found that Dundalk was Clean to European

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Town Clerk provides update on Clanbrassil Street closure

Town Clerk Frank Pentony has provided an update on the closure of Clanbrassil Street and where things stand on it eventually reopening and the buildings gutted by fire being demolished.

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Tenders sought for major refurbishment and extension to St Joseph’s NS

Tenders are being sought from contractors for a new two-storey extension and refurbishment at St Joseph’s National School in Muirhevnamor. The work would involve a two-storey extension to the existing

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It doesn’t look like it’s going to be a very happy new year for Louth County Council

  Sinn Féin councillor Tomás Sharkey clearly had his Weetabix this morning as he’s been busy on Twitter querying a number of decisions made by Louth County Council in recent

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Martin confident that Dundalk Stadium plans can happen

Dundalk Stadium CEO Jim Martin has been writing in the Irish Independent today about the future of the race track. The stadium was named Racecourse of the Year at the

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Green calls for demolition of Ard Dealgan apartments

Local Councillor Jennifer Green has hit out at the lack of movement in regard to the Ard Dealgan flats on Quay Street in Dundalk. The flats, built by former hunger

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Investigation into fire at Ard Dealgan apartments

Gardaí in Dundalk are investigating the cause of a fire at the Ard Dealgan apartments in Quay Street in the early hours of this morning. The apartments, which were built

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150-year lease of lands approved for new velodrome in Dundalk

Dundalk Town Council last night approved a 150-year lease of lands at Murihevnamor for a new Cycling Park. The park, which is the brainchild of Cuchulainn Cycling Club, will include

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Fee plans big changes to Fagan’s

Local businessman Colin Fee is hoping to extend and renovate Fagan’s Public House on the Castletown Road having taken over the business earlier this year. Mr Fee, who runs a

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Land opposite Dundalk Stadium close to being sold

More than 32 acres of zoned development lands adjacent to Dundalk Stadium is close to being sold after going sale agreed with local auctioneers, Sherry FitzGerald Carroll. The land holding

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Marshes given until 2019 to expand centre and build hotel

The possibility of a hotel being built at the Marshes Shopping Centre remains alive after Dundalk Town Council granted an extension of planning permission to the centre for a huge