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Adams to hold public meeting in Dundalk on Thursday to discuss future of party in Louth

Louth TD Gerry Adams will host a public meeting this Thursday night in the Ramada Hotel on the Armagh Road. The event, which gets underway at 7.30pm, will be the

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Local company The Drone Guys record music video for Swiss band Miracle Four in Ravensdale

Local company The Drone Guys worked with an up and coming girl band from Switzerland last week called Miracle Four on their new music video. The video for ‘Fly’ was

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Belfast bar to pay tribute to former Dundalk FC player Jimmy Hasty

A Belfast bar plans to pay tribute to former Dundalk FC player Jimmy Hasty, who was shot dead by Loyalists in 1974. Best known for having one arm, Hasty scored

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PayPal hackathon helps Irish charities get with the programme

PayPal has today announced the success of this year’s Opportunity Hack, its charity hackathon held in Ireland. The event, which took place at the Castleknock Hotel in Dublin, brought together

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8 to 10 week waiting time for probate in Dundalk

There is currently an average 8 to 10 week waiting time for the courts service in Dundalk to issue a grant of probate once it has received an application from

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Two second place finishes for Dundalk racing driver Noel Roddy in Wales

Dundalk racing driver Noel Roddy had a weekend to remember as he claimed two second place finishes on his first ever outing at the Anglesey circuit in North Wales. The

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Birdie on the last secures turkey for Thornton at Dundalk Golf Club

A birdie on the last hole delivered victory for Shane Thornton (14) in the first of this year’s Turkey competitions at Dundalk Golf Club on Sunday. Thornton pipped Seamus Bailey

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Dundalk Lions Club to host annual poker classic on Sunday

Dundalk Lions Club will be holding their Annual Poker Classic in the Lisdoo Arms, Newry Road, Dundalk this coming Sunday November 26th. This is their 22nd Annual Poker Classic and

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Why Dundalk is perfect for groups to visit

As the picturesque county town of Louth, Dundalk offers much in the way of things to do, places to stay and venues to check out. Nestled behind the Cooley mountains

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Gerry Adams to step down as Sinn Féin President

Gerry Adams has told delegates at his party conference that he will step down as president of Sinn Féin next year and he will not run again for the Dáil.

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Louth County Councillors in line for a pay rise

The 29 councillors in Louth, as well as their fellow public representatives are in line for a pay rise. A circular has been issued to all local authorities this week

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Zimbabwean man appealing for information on his grandmother from Dundalk

A man from Zimbabwe is appealing for information on his grandmother, who hails from Dundalk. Ian Renard has never met his grandmother but knows she was called Catherine Mary D’Arcy

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George and Eddie Furey to headline next month’s Fairytale of Dundalk concert

The legendary Furey brothers George and Eddie will headline this year’s Fairytale of Dundalk concert in aid of the North Louth Hospice. The pre-Christmas concert takes place in An Táin

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Call for better lighting and warning signs along N53

A local TD has written to the CEO of Louth County Council, Transport Infrastructure Ireland and the Minister for Transport to raise safety concerns on the N53 Dundalk to Castleblayney

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Former local journalist Gene Yore honoured with lifetime membership of NUJ

Former local journalist Gene Yore was amongst those honoured for their contribution to the profession by the National Union of Journalists at an event in Dublin last night. The Dromiskin