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Dundalk mother appears on The Late Late Show discussing trauma of having rented home repossessed

A Dundalk mother of two appeared on The Late Late Show on RTÉ One last night to discuss the desperate situation her family have found themselves in after having their rented

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Culture Night 2017 up and running in Dundalk

Culture Night 2017 is officially underway in Dundalk. The annual all-island event celebrates culture, creativity and the arts. Things got underway in Dundalk at 2pm with a display of Banned

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Exhibition on Dundalk FC to open at the County Museum on Tuesday

The County Museum in Dundalk are set to open a new exhibition on Dundalk FC next week. The exhibition will celebrate the club’s achievements from its foundation in 1903 up


Dundalk girls named on Leinster side for match with Munster

Two Dundalk girls have been named in the Leinster U18 side for this weekend’s first interprovincial match against Munster in Ballincollig RFC Meadhbh O’Callaghan will be starting at prop while

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You won’t have to travel as far for a Chopped very soon

Local fans of healthy food company Chopped will be delighted to hear that the chain are opening a new store in Newry. Established by Dublin-based entrepreneurs Brian Lee and Andy Chen in

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Rent prices in Dundalk increase by another 3%

The average rent of a property in Dundalk grew by another 3% in the last three months. That’s according to the latest Rent Index for Q2 2017 from the Residential

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Extension planned to Cargotec premises on the Ardee Road

Cargotec Engineering have drawn up plans for an extension to their premises at Brook Street on the Ardee Road in Dundalk. Cargotec Engineering Ireland Limited have submitted a planning application

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180 beds currently available for use in Aiken Barracks

There are 180 beds currently available for use in Aiken Barracks in Dundalk. That’s according to figures from Minister of State at the Department of Defence Paul Kehoe following a


O’Keeffe’s last gasp strike earns first ever Enda McGuill Cup win for Dundalk U19s

Dundalk FC completed the first part of what they hope will be a cup double this week when the club’s U19s clinched the Enda McGuill Cup in dramatic fashion against

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250,000 fuel tanks to remote enabled following new deal for Dunraven Systems

Dundalk-based fuel tank monitoring specialists Dunraven Systems Limited have recently announced a deal with an international IoT solutions provider in a bid to revolutionise the oil monitoring industry through the

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Record amount raised from Darkness Into Light Dundalk

The inaugural Darkness Into Light event in Dundalk earlier this year raised a record breaking sum of more than €60,000, it has been revealed. The event in May raised a

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Over 1,200 people waiting on hospital appointments in Co Louth

Local TD Gerry Adams has hit out at new figures which show there are more than 1,200 people waiting for hospital appointments in Co Louth. According to the National Treatment

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Students urged to keep a record of bicycle details in case of theft

Gardaí have appealed to students returning to school and college in Dundalk to keep a record of their bicycle details incase it is stolen. Bikes are seen as “easy pickings”

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Dundalk house prices rise another 2.6% in July

The average price of a house in Dundalk grew by a further 2.6% in July. The latest Residential Property Price Index from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) shows that the

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Heavy rain and wind set to hit Dundalk later today

Heavy rain and strong winds are set to hit Dundalk later today. While Co Louth has escaped the weather warning issued to eight other counties, it is still set to