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Xtreme results!

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In recent years more and more people have been making it their business to try and get in shape and

Bank of Ireland staff in Dundalk kick off Big Blue Box Volunteer Challenge in style

Bank of Ireland staff in Dundalk kick off Big Blue Box Volunteer Challenge in style

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Bank of Ireland staff in Dundalk kicked off the Big Blue Box Volunteer Challenge earlier today in style by dressing

Bellurgan Utd feature in promotional video for Tesco Community Fund

Bellurgan Utd feature in promotional video for Tesco Community Fund

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Local football club Bellurgan Utd are the focus of a new promotional video for Tesco Ireland’s Community Fund. The video follows

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Petition launched to include traffic separated cycling lanes in upgrade of Clanbrassil Street

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The Dundalk Cycling Alliance have launched a petition calling on Louth County Council to include traffic separated cycling lanes in

Free event for retailers as part of Local Enterprise Week Louth

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In an era of online shopping, could your shopfront set you apart, help you connect with customers and drive profitability

26 cubes of fuel laundering waste dumped overnight on Armagh Road

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One of the largest quantities of fuel laundering waste dumped in Co Louth was discovered on the Armagh Road this

Rugby star Kearney wins appeal to build new home in Carlingford

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Leinster and Ireland rugby star Rob Kearney has been given the go ahead to build a new home in Carlingford

Local butchers Tony Kieran’s planning extension to Coes Road facility

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Local butchers Tony Kieran’s Ltd are planning an extension to their premises on the Coes Road. The company, who have

New Educate Together school building being planned in Ardee

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A new primary school building to house Ardee Educate Together National School is being planned. Louth County Council have signalled

Language school at Jocelyn Place given the go ahead by An Bord Pleanála

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An Bord Pleanála has rejected an appeal by a local solicitor against Louth County Council’s decision to grant conditional planning

Plans for major revamp of Point Road shop expected to be held up by planning appeal

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Plans for a massive revamp of the XL shop on the Point Road in Dundalk are expected to be held

Louth County Council has brought 54 properties back into use using CPO since 2015

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Louth County Council has brought 54 vacant properties back into use using Compulsory Purchase Orders since 2015. That’s according to

Dundalk Late Night League continues at Oriel Park this Thursday

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The Dundalk Late Night League got underway in the area last Thursday and will continue tomorrow night. Anyone who wishes

Louth County Council inviting applications for grants from local groups

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Louth County Council are currently inviting applications for grant assistance under the Amenity Grant Scheme 2018. The funding is open

Dream Big Dundalk the theme for this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade

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The theme for this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade has been revealed as ‘Dream Big Dundalk’. This year’s event will

Plans for upgrade of Clanbrassil Street and the St Nicholas Quarter now available to view

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Plans for the proposed upgrade of Clanbrassil Street and the St Nicholas Quarter in Dundalk are now available to view

New €1.6m fund launched to support social enterprises

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A new €1.6m fund to support social enterprises in Ireland has been established by Social Innovation Ireland (SIFI), in partnership

Third application submitted for new mixed use development on Dublin Street

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A third application for a proposed new mixed use development on Dublin Street has been submitted to Louth County Council.

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