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Local man found guilty of having bomb making equipment in his shed

Local man found guilty of having bomb making equipment in his shed

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A 62-year-old local man has been found guilty by the Special Criminal Court in Dublin of adapting a trailer and

Charity night organised in Dundalk in aid of Crumlin children’s hospitals

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A charity night in aid of the Children’s Heart Centre and Ronald McDonald House in Crumlin will take place in

Dundalk Railway Heritage Society to host lecture on Boyne Viaduct this Saturday

Dundalk Railway Heritage Society to host lecture on Boyne Viaduct this Saturday

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Dundalk Railway Heritage Society will host a lecture on the 160-year history of the Boyne Viaduct in Drogheda in the

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Call for community-based CCTV to be rolled out in local villages to combat rural crime

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A local TD has called for community-based CCTV to be rolled out in local villages such as Blackrock and Knockbridge

Significant reduction in burglaries and thefts in Louth

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The latest crime figures from the Central Statistics Office have shown a significant reduction in burglaries and theft in the

Fianna Fáil justice proposals will bring the fight to crime gangs, insists Breathnach

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Fianna Fáil General Election candidate for Louth Cllr Declan Breathnach says recent proposals unveiled by his party will help tackle

More than seven out of 10 crimes against property in Dundalk go unsolved

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More than seven out of 10 of the most serious crimes against property are going unsolved in Dundalk. New figures

‘Bomb parts’ found in North Louth dissident searches

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Gardaí investigating dissident republican activity have found suspected bomb parts and ammunition in north Louth. It follows searches of a dwelling

Kirk hits out at Government for allowing Garda numbers in Louth to fall

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Fianna Fáil TD for Louth Seamus Kirk has hit out at Fine Gael and Labour for allowing Garda numbers in

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Breathnach hits out at Government over rise in urban and rural crime

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Fianna Fáil General Election candidate Declan Breathnach has hit out at the Government for the rise in urban and rural

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Locals urged to manually lock their cars after spate of thefts

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Local motorists have been warned about a crime syndicate who are using blockers to prevent people from locking their cars

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Muirhevnamor named as one of the most troubled estates in the country

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Muirhevnamor has been named as one of the country’s most troubled housing estates in what is sure to be a

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Kirk calls for extra Garda resources following rise in number of local burglaries

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Local Fianna Fáil TD Seamus Kirk has called for extra Garda resources following increases in a number of serious crimes

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Louth County Council and An Garda Síochána invite you to have your say

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Louth County Council and An Garda Síochána are conducting a community safety survey as part of their ongoing partnership approach

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Egan added to Fianna Fáil ticket in Dundalk South for local elections

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Local businessman Stephen Egan was recently confirmed as Fianna Fáil’s second candidate in the Dundalk South constituency for the forthcoming

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Adams and Carthy address Omeath meeting on threats to rural Ireland

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Louth TD and Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams and EU party candidate Matt Carthy last night addressed a meeting in

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Adams expresses concern at falling number of Gardaí in Louth

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Local TD Gerry Adams has expressed concern at the the decrease in Garda numbers in Louth in recent years. Figures

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Sinn Féin reps meet with local Superintendent to discuss crime in Dundalk

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Sinn Féin president and local TD Gerry Adams met with Superintendent Gerry Curley at Dundalk Garda Station last Friday, along

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More work to be done on tackling cross border crime, insists Corrigan

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Louth County Councillor Edel Corrigan, along with Conor Murphy MP, Megan Fearon MLA for Newry and Armagh and Declan Murphy

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