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Air Bound hail their ‘Christmas miracle’ as trampoline park is to remain open

Air Bound Trampoline Park have had their ‘Christmas miracle’ after declaring that the facility will not be closing after all. The premises at the North Link Retail Park announced earlier

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Wasdell submit planning application for new Dundalk facility

Wasdell have submitted their planning application for their proposed new Advanced Technology Unit at Mullaharlin in Dundalk. Last month the pharmaceutical contract packaging company announced plans to open a new

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300 new jobs on the way to Dundalk as Wasdell announce new local hub

300 new jobs are on their way to Dundalk. Wasdell, a leading pharmaceutical contract packaging company headquartered in Swindon in the UK, have this morning announced plans to open a

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Minor Injuries Unit in Dundalk to open to those five and over from February

The Minor Injuries Unit at the Louth County Hospital in Dundalk will begin treating children aged five and over from next February. The news was announced during a visit by

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Fine Gael to lose Dáil seat in Louth based on latest opinion poll results

Fine Gael could be set to lose a seat in the Louth/East Meath constituency at the expense of either Fianna Fáil or Sinn Féin if the latest opinion poll results

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Increasing 9% VAT rate for hospitality sector would be “disastrous” for Louth – Fitzpatrick

Local TD Peter Fitzpatrick has hit out at Sinn Féin’s proposals to increase the 9% VAT rate for the hospitality and tourism sector, insisting such a move would be “disastrous”

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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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Adams insists he has “no information” on murder of Tom Oliver

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams insists neither he nor his party has any information on the 1991 murder of Cooley farmer Tom Oliver. It was revealed last week that Gardaí

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O’Dowd calls for radical overhaul in how Rent Pressure Zones are assessed

Local TD Fergus O’Dowd has called for a radical overhaul in how the Rent Pressure Zone areas are assessed. The Fine Gael TD was reacting to this week’s report from

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Local councillor John McGahon elected to Fine Gael councillors’ National Executive

Local councillor John McGahon was last night elected to the Fine Gael councillors’ National Executive following a by-election victory. Cllr McGahon is the current chairperson of the Dundalk Municipal District

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Breathnach calls on application for proposed hazardous waste facility on Carlingford Lough to be declined

Local TD Declan Breathnach has called upon Minister for the Environment, Denis Naughten, together with his counterparts in the North and in the UK Department of the Environment to decline

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Colm Markey elected new chairman of Louth County Council

Colm Markey has been elected the new chairman of Louth County Council at its monthly meeting this morning. The Fine Gael councillor takes over from Labour’s Paul Bell after defeating

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McGahon elected new chair of Dundalk Municipal District Committee

Fine Gael Councillor John McGahon has been elected as the new chairman of the Dundalk Municipal District Committee at a meeting in the Town Hall tonight. The St Patrick’s Terrace

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Adams calls on new Fine Gael leader Varadkar to call a General Election

Local TD Gerry Adams has called on new Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar to call a General Election and “seek a mandate from the people” to become Taoiseach. Reacting to

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59% turnout as Louth Fine Gael members vote for their new party leader

Louth Fine Gael members desceneded on the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dundalk last night to vote for the party’s next leader to succeed Enda Kenny. There was a 59% turnout