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Table quiz in aid of Redeemer Summer Youth Project tonight

A table quiz will take place in the Clan na Gael GFC clubrooms tonight in aid of the Friends of Redeemer Summer Youth Project. A €100 first prize is up

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Local buildings go green for St Patrick’s Day

A number of local buildings will go green this St Patrick’s weekend. Amongst those set to change colour for our national holiday include Dundalk Stadium (above) and the Town Hall.

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Louth GAA Club Championship draws on Thursday night

This year’s Louth GAA Club Championship draws will take place on Thursday night at 7.30pm in Darver. The groups and pairings for this year’s Senior, Intermediate, Junior and Hurling Championships

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Ford Cortina Enthusiasts to host Spring Run in Dundalk

The Ford Cortina Enthusiasts of Ireland group will hold their Spring Run weekend in The Carrickdale Hotel in Dundalk from Friday April 4th to Sunday April 6th. The weekend of

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Dundalk family appeal for help to bring man home from hospital after two years

The family of a 33-year-old Dundalk man with locked-in syndrome are appealing for help to bring him home after two years in hospital. David Garvey’s family say it will cost

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Star Wars in Dundalk

Check out this superb picture from Mark Quigley Photography called ‘Star Wars in Dundalk’. The futuristic image shows a Stormtrooper cruising down Clanbrassil Street past well known establishments such as

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Kavanagh statue vandalised in Dublin

Our most famous local poet, Patrick Kavanagh, has had his statue in Dublin vandalised. The Inniskeen man, who died in November 1967, was immortalised in 1991 when a statue was

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Tenders sought for fit-out of former FÁS offices in Dundalk

Tenders are being sought at present for the fit-out of the former FÁS offices at Adelphi Court on the Long Walk. Anyone interested in completing the construction work is asked


Louth make three changes for Galway clash

Louth have made three changes to their side for Sunday’s crunch National League Division Two clash with Galway in Drogheda. Coming into the side following the defeat to Monaghan last

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Dundalk men have cash confiscated at Dublin Airport

Two Dundalk men and a Dublin man have had more than €100,000 confiscated as proceeds of crime after they were stopped at Dublin Airport by Revenue officials. Samuel McLoughlin, 35,

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Edward Haughey killed in helicopter crash

Dundalk-born businessman Eddie Haughey has died following a helicopter crash in eastern England last night. The head of Norbrook Laboratories was one of four victims of the crash, which happened

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Dundalk Outcomers hit out at Taoiseach’s involvement in New York parade

The Dundalk Outcomers group are amongst many who have signed their names to an open letter to Taoiseach Enda Kenny, protesting at his decision to take part  in this year’s

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Blackrock land close to being sold

A 2.75 acre parcel of land in Blackrock is close to being sold after being marked sale agreed within the last week. The land at Southend is described as having

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The council said let there be lights… and now there is!

Pedestrian traffic lights have finally been installed at the Market Square after several weeks of work on them. The lights have been erected after initially being removed when the Square

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Sunday World publishes first picture of teenager accused of bomb making

The Sunday World have published the first photo of the ‘pretty’ teenager, who is one of two people charged with bomb making. Orla O’Hanlon is charged along with fellow teenager