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Japanese Embassy official visits Dundalk to thank town for their support in wake of Yosuke Sasaki’s murder
A representative of the Japanese embassy visited Dundalk this morning to express their thanks to the local public at their turnout for the recent vigil in memory of Yosuke Sasaki.
The family of Yosuke Sasaki have released a statement thanking the people of Ireland for the support shown since the death of the 24-year-old last week. The Japanese national was
This evening Dundalk came together to remember Yosuke Sasaki with a superb showing at the Market Square. Talk of the Town was there to record the vigil in memory of
Talk of the Town will be providing live coverage of this evening’s vigil in memory of Yosuke Sasaki on our Facebook page. The vigil, which gets underway at 7pm, has
A fund set up to help with the repatriation of Japanese national Yosuke Sasaki, who was murdered in Dundalk last Wednesday has now raised more than €17,140 over the course
A GoFundMe page been set up to help with the repatriation of Japanese national Yosuke Sasaki, who was murdered in Dundalk on Wednesday, has smashed its goal by more than
A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with the repatriation of Japanese national Yosuke Sasaki, who was murdered in Dundalk yesterday. You can access the page at www.gofundme.com/repatriation-of-our-japanese-friend
An 18-year-old man is due to appear in court in Dundalk this evening charged in connection with the murder of Yosuke Sasaki yesterday morning. The Egyptian national was detained by
On Thursday morning staff from National Pen donated €3,760 to Dundalk Dog Rescue, the company’s official charity partner for 2016. The funds were raised through a series of fundraisers including
The 33 multinational companies in the North East currently employ 4,556 people across the region. The figures were released by Minister for Jobs Mary Mitchell O’Connor in the Dáil on
One of the largest parcels of farmland to go on sale in Co Louth for many years has gone on the market just outside Dundalk. A 112.40 acre site at