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Town stunned by Ciaran’s passing

Tributes have been pouring in from many quarters following the sudden passing of local footballer Ciaran Casey. The local sporting scene and wider community have been shocked and saddened by the untimely passing of Ciaran just days after playing for … Continue reading

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Gardai renew appeal over Adrian’s murder

GARDA Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan has called on anyone with information on the murder of Garda Adrian Donohoe to have the courage to come forward. Speaking after a memorial mass in Dundalk for the father-of-two, she said there are people in … Continue reading

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Young singers wanted for children’s choir

usic Generation Louth is looking for as many young singers as possible to join Dundalk Children’s Choir. Rehearsals get underway on Tuesday 10 February at the Music Generation Louth Centre, Continuing Education Building (just beside CBS Primary School) on Chapel … Continue reading

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Busy time for Spirit Store

It promises to be a busy time at the Spirit Store with a number of top acts on their way to the venue on the Quay. On February 6, the Villagers will be previewing new songs from their forthcoming album. … Continue reading

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Rachael’s invention lands a knock-out blow

Dundalk’s young scientists proved they are amongst the brightest in the country as they enjoyed another successful BT Young Scientists Exhibition. St Vincent’s 5th year student Rachael Ni Dhonnachadha led the way as her innovative boxer’s handwrap was named as … Continue reading

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Work starts on new Marist school

Work has begun on a state of the art new school building for St Mary’s College on St Mary’s Road. With accommodation for up to 900 pupils, the new St Mary’s College post-primary school will have 29 specialist classrooms for … Continue reading

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Mark takes on Operation Transformation

LOUTH man Mark McArdle is one of six participants appearing in the new Operation Transformation show on RTE. The programme, which kicked off last week, showed the 44 year old Sales Director for Dundalk-based company Intact Software weighing in at … Continue reading

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Rehabcare needs help with fashion show

Fresh from the success of their pre Christmas production ‘Bittersweet Symphony’ RehabCare Resource Centre are hoping to put on their very own fashion show this summer. The plan is to put on the show in June but the project is … Continue reading

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Attempt to lure children into car

PARENTS and children have been warned to be on the alert after reports emerged of a suspicious approach made to juveniles in Dundalk on Monday. The incident occurred in the Tom Bellew Avenue area around 4.30pm. The children were approached … Continue reading

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New Year baby joy

TWO babies from Dundalk and one from Omeath were among the first babies born in Louth in 2015 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda. Proud Dundalk mum Janet Myers gave birth to a beautiful baby girl on New Year’s … Continue reading

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