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Elephant to perform at County Museum this Friday ahead of new single release next week

Elephant, the musical vehicle of Dundalk based multi-instrumentalist Shane Clarke, will perform at the County Museum in Roden Place this Friday night ahead of the launch of his new single

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Castlebellingham-based Standard Brands acquired by SHS Group

Local company Standard Brands, which has a manufacturing and operations base in Castlebellingham, has been acquired by the Belfast-based SHS Group. SHS Group announced the acquisition of Standard Brands today

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Dundalk’s FAI Cup clash with Derry scheduled for Sunday August 13th

Dundalk FC’s FAI Cup first round tie with Derry City will take place on Sunday August 13th. The game at Oriel Park will kick-off at 6.30pm as Stephen Kenny’s side

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30km cycle in memory of Sean Conlon in Castlebellingham on Saturday

A 30km cycle and fun day will take place in Castlebellingham this Saturday. The event is being held in memory of Sean Conlon, who passed away in May. All proceeds

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Palatial home with stunning views hits the market in Carlingford

A stunning five bed house offering views of the Mourne Mountains and Carlingford Lough has gone on the market in north Louth. The property at Crossalaney in Carlingford is described

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Dundalk man comes to Drogheda’s aid with donation of over 3,000 bottles of water

A Dundalk man has come to the aid of thousands of people in Drogheda who have been affected by the ongoing water shortage in the town. Up to 70,000 in

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Dundalk’s Georgia Cooney to perform at the National Theatre next month

Local woman Georgia Cooney has been selected by Youth Theatre Ireland to perform at the National Theatre in Dublin this summer. The 19-year-old, who is a member of MAD Youth

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424 new residential properties built in Louth in the last 12 months

There have been 424 new residential properties built in Louth in the last 12 months. That’s according to the GeoDirectory GeoView Residential Q2 report, released yesterday, which also revealed that

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Scenic Carlingford Ferry suffers further problems as sailings are cancelled due to hydraulic issues

The Scenic Carlingford Ferry might have finally got its maiden voyage up and running on Friday but the new service linking Greenore and Greencastle has already run into problems. Yesterday

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Patience flies to bronze at European Youth Olympics Festival

There was further success for a local athlete at a major event last night when Patience Jumbo-Gula claimed bronze in the 100m at the European Youth Olympics Festival. Following on

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Urgent appeal for accommodation to be made available for students in Dundalk

The students’ union in Dundalk IT has issued an urgent appeal for accommodation to be made available to students returning to college this September. President Pauraic Renaghan told The Argus

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Plans for new business park on outskirts of Dundalk revived 13 years on

Plans for a new business park on the outskirts of Dundalk which was planned to create 1,200 jobs could be revived almost 13 years on from when they were first

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Dundalk suffer second defeat at Super Cup NI

The Dundalk Schoolboys’ League U-15 representative team are still awaiting their first victory at this year’s Super Cup NI tournament in Derry after going down 3-1 against American side NC

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Dundalk Circuit Court had longest waiting time in the country for criminal trials to be heard last year

There was a 12-18 month waiting time for criminal trials to be heard in Dundalk Circuit Court last year. That was the longest waiting time of any circuit court in

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Coffee afternoon in aid of North Louth Hospice this Friday in Grandma Anna’s Coffee Shop

A fundraising coffee afternoon will take place in Grandma Anna’s Coffee Shop in McEvoy’s on Clanbrassil Street this Friday. The event is in aid of the North Louth Hospice and runs