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Three debutants named in Louth team for Laois clash

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Louth will field three championship debutants in this Sunday’s Leinster showdown with Laois in O’Moore Park, Portaloise. Manager Aidan O’Rourke

Former Dundalk Leader journalist releases music video

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHwUn8lEEno] Dundalk has laid claim to plenty of musical talent over the years but a former local journalist could become

Dundalk FC 2016 Review to be launched next weekend

Dundalk FC 2016 Review to be launched next weekend

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The Dundalk FC 2016 Review will be released next weekend with a book launch planned for the Lilywhite Lounge at

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Fianna Fáil warns that special deal on border is at ‘serious risk’

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Fianna Fáil has warned that the special deal on the future of the Irish border after Brexit is at serious

Minister warns that border checks may be necessary post Brexit

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A Cabinet minister has warned that border checks could still be required on the island of Ireland post Brexit, even

Border checks ‘unavoidable’ post Brexit says EU chief

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Border checks are “unavoidable” if the UK leaves the single market and customs union, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has

Tánaiste Simon Coveney to speak at free Brexit conference in Dundalk next month

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Tánaiste Simon Coveney will be the main speaker a major free event being held in the Carrickdale Hotel next month

Commitments made between EU and UK to avoid hard border with Northern Ireland post Brexit

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Significant commitments have been made between the EU and the UK in avoiding a hard border with Northern Ireland. At

British Prime Minister says she will ensure there is no hard border with the North post-Brexit

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British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will ensure there is no hard border with the North post-Brexit. In

Survey reveals more than half of people fear return of violence if checkpoints return to border post-Brexit

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More than half of people surveyed about Brexit fear a return of violence if a border with Northern Ireland returns

Northern Ireland must remain in single market and customs union to avoid a hard border

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Northern Ireland must remain in the single market and customs union in order to avoid a hard border post Brexit.

Fianna Fáil distance themselves from Cllr Emma Coffey’s calls for a hard border

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A local Fianna Fáil councillor has hit the headlines after calling for a hard border to be implemented between Northern

Sinn Féin to host public meeting on Brexit in Dundalk on Thursday

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Sinn Féin will host a public meeting on Brexit and the future of Ireland in Europe in Dundalk next Thursday.

Open customs border after Brexit ‘impossible’ according to Revenue report

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An open customs border after Brexit will be “impossible”, according to a new report from the Revenue Commissioners. Details of

Former local Senator Jim D’Arcy appointed as adviser to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar

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Former local Senator Jim D’Arcy has been appointed to a high paid role as an adviser to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

Taoiseach wants to see high speed railway line developed between Dublin and Belfast

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar wants to see a high speed cross border railway line between Dublin and Belfast developed. Such a

Cross border healthcare arrangements will continue post Brexit, says Minister

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The impact of cross border healthcare post Brexit was discussed at an event in Dundalk today. Speaking at the All-Island

Fears that falling value of Sterling could drive local shoppers North

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There are fears that local shoppers could venture North in search of bargains in the coming weeks and months after

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

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The UK Government wants to avoid checkpoints or any other physical infrastructure along the Irish border and will make it

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