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Father of two is victim of Hurricane Ophelia

As the country counts the cost of the damage caused by Hurricane Ophelia, the local community has been plunged into mourning following the tragic death of a local man. Father-of-two, Fintan Goss, lost his life when a tree struck his … Continue reading

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Windsurfers cause alarm in Blackrock

Four men who were assumed to be in difficulty on Blackrock Bay ended up coming ashore after Gardaí and rescue services were called to the scene by concerned passers-by. Gardaí received a number of phonecalls from the public just after … Continue reading

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Business women opening new doors

Louth and Meath joined forces to stage an inspiring and educational National Women’s Enterprise Day event and women from across the north east last week. The theme for National Women’s Enterprise Day was “Opening Doors To New Markets and speakers … Continue reading

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Special guests for St Vincents 5k

Special guests at St Vincents 5K Three of Irelands most promising young athletes will be the guests of honour as St Vincents Secondary School whost their second 5k run on Sunday October 22. Current students Patience Jumbo Gula and Kate … Continue reading

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RehabCare embrace healthy eating

Rehabcare embrace healthy eating There was a couple of special guest speakers down in RehabCare on Friday morning to teach the staff and attendees about the importance of healthy eating. Dundalk FC community officer Liam Burns along with current Dundalk … Continue reading

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European Language Day at Ardee CS

Tuesday the 26th of September was National European Languages Day and in order to celebrate this the Transition Year Students of Ardee Community School organised a whole day of events dedicated to the language, culture, food and music of all … Continue reading

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Homeowners in Bishops Court will find out this Friday if their battle to stop the erection of a 38kv ESB sub-station directly beside their homes has been successful. The sub-station is being built on the site of the new Coláiste … Continue reading

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O’Connells are back in the big time

O’Connells are celebrating a return to Senior Football after claiming the Louth Intermediate Championship title on Sunday afternoon. The Castlebellingham side proved too strong for Clan na Gael and eventually came out on top with a 1-11 to 0-8 win. … Continue reading

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Dundalk FC exhibition at museum

League of Ireland champions Dundalk FC have been honoured in their home town with an exhibition at County Museum Dundalk celebrating the club’s history, entitled ‘One Team, One Dream’. With more than 50 trophy wins – including 12 League Championships … Continue reading

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Business women opening new doors

Louth and Meath are joining forces to stage an inspiring and educational National Women’s Enterprise Day event and women from across the north east are invited to attend. The theme for National Women’s Enterprise Day is “Opening Doors To New … Continue reading

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