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Trailer for Dundalk screenwriter Barry Keating’s new film ‘Downhill’ is released

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The trailer for Dundalk screenwriter Barry Keating’s next film has gone on view ahead of its appearance at the Toronto

It’s Debs season

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It’s that time of the year again. The Debs season. Whether it be young women getting their hair done midweek,

O’Dowd welcomes progress on Ardee By-Pass

O’Dowd welcomes progress on Ardee By-Pass

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Local TD Fergus O’Dowd has welcomed the commitment by the Transport Infrastructure Ireland to place the Ardee By-Pass on its

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Dundalk region a key priority for Government under Ireland 2040 plan

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The Drogheda-Dundalk-Newry corridor will be a key priority for the Government as part of it’s ‘Ireland 2040 – Our Plan’

Dundalk expected to be named an economic growth centre in Ireland’s 2040 plan

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Dundalk is expected to receive a major funding boost later today with the town set to be named an economic

Dundalk house prices continue to rise

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The average price of a house in Dundalk grew by a further 0.9% in December and is now more than

Number on Live Register in Dundalk falls by 0.9% in first month of 2018

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The number of people signing on the Live Register in Dundalk fell by 0.9% in the first month of 2018,

Louth Garda numbers up 13.5% since 2014

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The number of Gardaí stationed in Co Louth reached its highest level this decade at the end of last year,

Louth had the fourth highest number of restaurant closures for hygiene reasons last year

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Louth had the fourth highest number of restaurant closures for hygiene reasons of any county nationally last year. Only Dublin

Dundalk house prices continue to rise in November

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The average price of a house in Dundalk grew by a further 0.2% in November and is now more than

Number on Live Register in Dundalk rises for first time since July in December

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The number of people signing on the Live Register in Dundalk rose for the first time since July last month.

Number of cars damaged at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital overnight

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A number of local cars are believed to be amongst those damaged at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda

489 new addresses added to residential stock in Louth in 2017

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There were 489 new addresses added to the stock of residential dwellings in Louth in the year to December 2017.

Rents in Co Louth fall slightly in third quarter of 2017

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Rental costs in Co Louth fell by 1.9% in the last quarter. That’s according to the latest Residential Tenancies Board

€40 million flood defence funding for Dundalk is welcomed

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Dundalk councillor John McGahon has welcomed the €40.5 million in flood defence funding announced for Dundalk today, saying it would

Dundalk set to benefit from €40 million in funding for flood defences

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Dundalk is set to be benefit from €40 million in funding to improve its flood defences. According to a report

Just 6.2% of cases heard in local District Courts last year resulted in imprisonment

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Just 516 of the 8,305 cases heard by the District Courts in Dundalk, Drogheda and Ardee last year resulted in

Dundalk house prices up by more than €20,000 in last six months

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The average price of a house in Dundalk grew by 0.7% in October and is now more than €20,600 dearer

Local hospital patients the least satisfied in the country with their experience

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Local hospital patients are the least satisfied in the country. That’s according to the outcome of the first National Patient

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