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Stefania is turning heads on the catwalk

A LOCAL teenager is currently making a huge impression on the fashion world as she follows in the footsteps of her mother and grandmother. Stefania Egan from Blackrock is turning heads in the industry after being snapped up by Belfast … Continue reading

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High hopes for history-making students

A new chapter in the history of education in Dundalk commenced on Wednesday last when 80 students came through the doors of Coláiste Chú Chulainn for the first time. The sense of excitement and enthusiasm was palpable as the history-making … Continue reading

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New twist on ice-bucket challenge

The ice bucket challenge is being brought to a whole new level next week as Threasa Bashford and Gary Warnock have devised a 12 Pubs of Park Street Ice Bucket Challenge in aid of Motor Neuron Disease. On a night … Continue reading

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Success for young golfers

Greenore juveniles travelled to Baltray on Saturday to contest both the Monarch trophy for U-18 and the McGooey/ Cassidy trophy for U-13. In the morning matches the U13 team of Kyle Rafferty/Jack McArdle and Mark McGrath/ Niall O’Callaghan, defeated Ardee … Continue reading

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Dundalk FC’s flag fine causes outrage

Dundalk FC are awaiting an explanation of the decision by UEFA to impose a fine of €18,000 before deciding in their next course of action. The club received notification from UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Committee that they had breached … Continue reading

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Unexpected visitor in Bay Estate

The Bay Estate “commoonity” were on high alert last Thursday morning as an unwelcome visitor was making life “unbeara-bull” for the local residents. The big brown bullock was first spotted by Enda Duffy who was out for his morning walk … Continue reading

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Honouring Tiarnán’s memory will benefit other children

The parents of a boy who passed away at the age of eight years are honouring his memory with a special fundraiser to help benefit other children who have to spend time in hospital. Tiarnán Levins, from Hunterstown, lost his … Continue reading

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String orchestra to perform in National Concert Hall

Music Generation Louth is gearing up for the start of its new term with its string orchestra rehearsals for children and young people getting underway on Saturday August 30. Rehearsals are starting earlier than usual this year to prepare for … Continue reading

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Kids find needles in public park

MEMBERS of the O’Hanlon Park Residents Association have accused the council of ignoring the continuing problem of used needles around the area and have called for immediate action after a four-year-old child was found holding a needle from Ice House … Continue reading

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Louth is luckiest Lotto county

Louth is the county with the highest population of lottery millionaires with approximately one Lotto millionaire for every 5,000 people in the county. Since the national lottery began in 1988 there have been 28 winners of more than one million … Continue reading

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