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

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

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Dundalk racing driver Noel Roddy had a weekend to remember as he claimed two second place finishes on his first

Dundalk IT students to get insight into food science careers next month

Dundalk IT students to get insight into food science careers next month

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Students at Dundalk IT will get an insight into careers in food science, research and nutrition at a one-day science

Extreme care advised on roads following last night’s snowfall

Extreme care advised on roads following last night’s snowfall

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Extreme care is advised on local roads this morning following last night’s snow fall. While most routes have been reduced

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Dundalk wheelchair user pleads with Irish Rail to call off strike on day of Ireland v Denmark game

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A local wheelchair user has made a public appeal to Irish Rail staff to call off their planned strike next

Louth house prices could jump by almost €30,000 by the end of 2018 – predict Goodbody

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The average price of a property in Co Louth could soar by almost €30,000 by the end of next year.

Traffic heading north of the border on Saturday’s up by 30% since Brexit vote

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The level of traffic heading across the border to shop has soared by up to 30% on Saturday mornings since

Train drivers could strike over proposed new Irish Rail timetable

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Plans for a new Irish Rail timetable which would mean a greater number of services to and from Dundalk could

Train drivers may not be in a position to operate new Irish Rail schedule, unions warn

access_time 2 years ago

Unions representing train drivers have indicated that their workers may not be in a position to operate earlier and more