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Widow of Garda Tony Golden collects Scott Medal for bravery on his behalf

The widow of Garda Tony Golden who was killed in the line of duty in Omeath in October 2015 yesterday accepted the Scott Medal for bravery on his behalf. Nicola

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Annual one-day closure of the Carlingford to Omeath Greenway takes place this Thursday

The annual one-day closure of the Carlingford to Omeath Greenway will take place this Thursday December 7th. The reason for this is that the Greenway is a permissive path rather

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Garda Tony Golden to be honoured with Scott Medal for bravery this Friday

The late Garda Tony Golden is set to be posthumously honoured with the highest honour for bravery by Gardaí at a ceremony at the Garda College in Templemore, Co Tipperary

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More than €7,700 raised from Garda Tony Golden Memorial Cycle

The Garda Tony Golden Memorial Cycle committee this morning presented the RNLI with a cheque for €7,708.20 at Dundalk Garda Station. The funds raised will go towards the purchase of

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Possibility of Omeath to Carlingford Greenway being extended as far as Greenore to be explored

Louth County Council is set to look into the possibility of extending the Greenway from Omeath to Carlingford as far as Greenore. Following a Memorandum of Understanding meeting between Louth

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Possible disruption of water supply in Omeath tonight

Pump failure may cause disruption of the water supply to Omeath and surrounding areas later tonight. Irish Water contractors are scheduled to carry out works from 11pm this evening until

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Tidy Towns groups in Louth to share €40,000 in funding

Towns and villages in Co Louth are set to benefit from €40,000 in Government funding from the Department of Rural & Community Development. The funding was announced this week to

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Dundalk fails to meet EU standards for the collection and treatment of urban waste water

Dundalk was amongst 50 areas nationwide where the collection and treatment of urban waste water did not meet European Union standards in 2016. That’s according to the Environmental Protection Agency’s

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Another blow for Narrow Water Bridge as planning permission for project expires tomorrow

Hopes of the cross border Narrow Water Bridge coming to fruition are set to receive another setback tomorrow when planning permission for the project is due to lapse. The 660m

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Adams backs calls for public inquiry into circumstances leading to murder of Garda Tony Golden

Local TD Gerry Adams has backed calls for a public inquiry to be held into the circumstances surrounding the death of Garda Tony Golden in Omeath two years ago. The

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Garda Golden’s position in Omeath remains unfilled two years on from murder

The position in Omeath Garda Station left vacant by the tragic murder of Garda Tony Golden remains unfilled two years on from his death. The father of two, originally from

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Siobhan Phillips calls for full public inquiry into shooting that led to murder of Garda Tony Golden

The woman who was shot four times in the murder-suicide incident that claimed the life of Garda Tony Golden has called for a full public inquiry into the incident. On

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Family of Siobhan Phillips call for public inquiry into incident that led to the murder of Garda Tony Golden

The family of Siobhan Phillips, who was seriously wounded in the murder-suicide that claimed the life of Garda Tony Golden in Omeath two years ago today have called for a

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Local Garda Stations take in over €125,000 in revenue from hosting telecommunication masts

Local Garda Stations brought in more than €125,000 in revenue last year from having telecommunication masts on their premises. The five Garda Stations – Blackrock, Carlingford, Dundalk, Hackballscross and Omeath

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Next stage of Carlingford Lough Greenway to open early next year

The next stage of the Carlingford Lough Greenway will be open early next year. Newry.ie are reporting that the first Newry section of the greenway will be open in early