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Plans for Dublin Street development that would have contained 39 homes is scrapped

Plans a new mixed use development on Dublin Street that would have included 39 new residential units have been scrapped, Talk of the Town can reveal. In June Flood Francis

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Mrs Brown’s Boys star to arrive in Dundalk this weekend as part of 13 day walk in aid of Billy’s World

Mrs Brown’s Boys star Fiona O’Carroll will be in Dundalk this weekend as part of her 13 day walk from Cork to Belfast in aid of Billy’s World Ireland. The

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Music generated at three day Pick Up and Play workshop now online

A group of talented young musicians from across Louth came together in the Oriel Centre at Dundalk Gaol recently to participate in Music Generation Louth’s three day course Pick Up

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Extension planned to school in Knockbridge

Plans are in place for a new extension to St Mary’s National School in Knockbridge. Principal Brian O’Donnell has applied to Louth County Council for planning permission to build the

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Avoiding Irish border checks is top priority for UK in Brexit negotiations

The UK Government wants to avoid checkpoints or any other physical infrastructure along the Irish border and will make it its number one priority when negotiating its exit from the

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Motorised E-bikes now available to rent in Carlingford

You can rent motorised E-bikes in Carlingford to travel around the area. The new service from E-Bike Escapes has just been launched. Bookings can be made at with a

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The Chestnut premises now available to lease

The coffee shop premises at The Chestnut in Adelphi Court at the Long Walk has been placed up for lease. The popular café and restaurant closed its doors suddenly and unexpectedly

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Louth IFA organise meeting for this Friday to discuss vandalism on Cooley Mountains

Louth IFA have organised a meeting in Cooley for this Friday to discuss the spray-painting of arrows on across across the Cooley Mountains. The meeting will take place in the

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End of an era at Oriel Park as Willie McKeever retires

One of the true legends of Dundalk Football Club has recently retired. Willie McKeever has been associated with Oriel Park for the best part of half a century and was

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Congratulations to Leaving Cert students

Congratulations to all the Leaving Cert students who collected their results from local schools today. Whatever your results, be proud of what you achieved. One way or another your results

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And we’re back!

Talk of the Town wish to apologise for the website being down overnight. An electrical fault at the site of where our server is hosted resulted in the website going

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Dundalk Stadium expansion given the go ahead

An expansion to Dundalk Stadium has been given the go ahead. The racecourse operators Dundalk Racing (1999) Ltd have been granted conditional planning permission by Louth County Council to build

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Burst water main affecting supply in parts of Dundalk

A number of areas of Dundalk may suffer disruptions to their water supply this morning due to a burst water main. Repairs are currently being carried out by Irish Water

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Go ahead given to rebuild Haggardstown premises destroyed by fire

The owner of a local premises that suffered extensive fire damage in March has been given the go ahead to rebuild the building. The GT Recovery compound on the Marlbog

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Quintessence Theatre to bring The Wind in the Willows to Anaverna House this week

After the huge successes of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and ‘Grimm Tales for Young and Old’, An Táin Arts Centre brings another family-fun show to life in Anaverna House, Ravensdale this