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Local company CX+ Sport has been confirmed as the new official apparel partner for Athletics Ireland. The new partnership will sees CX+ Sport, a subsidiary of Horseware Ireland, supply Athletics
The 2017 Dundalk St Patrick’s Day Parade once again brought thousands of people into the town centre. The TEAM Dundalk theme for this year’s March 17th celebrations was a resounding
Dundalk’s reputation as a town of legendary winners is to be celebrated in this Friday’s St Patrick’s Day Parade. The final touches are being put to what promises to be
The entire Dundalk community is the focus for this year’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations with TEAM Dundalk the theme for this year’s March 17th festivities in the town centre. Parade
A fantastic opportunity is being given for four bands to showcase their talent in front of the thousands of spectators at this year’s St Patrick’s Day Parade in Dundalk. The
Gold and Silver Paralympic medallist Eve McCrystal is to be the Grand Marshal in this year’s St Patrick’s Day Parade in Dundalk. The theme of this year’s Parade ‘TEAM Dundalk’ has been
With a Guinness World Record already under its belt, it’s time for Dundalk to set its sights on a new Record – this time with the now traditional Christmas Jumpers.
It’s a case of as you were in Dundalk Chamber of Commerce following their annual general meeting earlier this week. Michael Gaynor is remaining on as President for a second
Music and dance were the highlight at last night’s launch of this year’s St Patrick’s Day Parade in An Táin Arts Centre. The parade committee where delighted to have local man
With preparations well underway for this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade two of this year’s main sponsors Dundalk Credit Union and Fyffes took to the local airwaves with parade chairperson
Dundalk’s St Patrick’s Day Parade plans are well underway, with two main sponsors Fyffes and Dundalk Credit Union in place. The launch of the parade will take place on the
Michael Gaynor was elected the new president of the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce at its AGM earlier this week. Michael, who had been vice-president, takes over from Paddy Matthews after