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Arson attack is a disgraceful act

The arson attack on three Gardai cars in Knockbridge has been condemned by local Local independent TD Peter Fitzpatrick. The cars were parked in a housing estate in Knockbridge and at this stage of the investigations by Gardaí it is … Continue reading

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CBS 150th anniversary celebrations begin in style

Wednesday April 10 saw the launch of the 150 year celebrations of the CBS in Dundalk. Fittingly, the celebrations were launched by Music Generation Louth musician in residence Micheál Gaskin, a past pupil of both CBS primary and Coláiste Rís … Continue reading

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Renewed call not to erect election posters

As the nomination process for the local and European Parliament elections is now under way, Louth Tidy Towns Together is again asking all candidates to voluntarily comply with their request not to erect posters within the 50km/h speed limits of, … Continue reading

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Diversity week in the Marist

The students council at St Marys College Dundalk plays a major part in school life and they are always trying to promote the student voice and listen to their ideas in order to better themselves. The students took the lead … Continue reading

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Ambulance service is ‘not good enough’

The state of the local ambulance service was highlighted once again this week with the news that a man was left lying injured in a cold yard at Greenore Port for almost two hours while waiting for an emergency vehicle … Continue reading

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St Louis scoop top prize at trade fair

St Louis Secondary School, Dundalk was the winner of a coveted overall prize at the Dundalk Cross-Border Student Enterprise Trade Fair at Marshes Shopping Centre. Five schools in the region showcased their mini-company ideas at the prestigious annual event. The … Continue reading

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Old Dundalk Society Lecture

The Old Dundalk Society is delighted to announce the first of the Spring lecture series of the 2019 season. The History of the famous Macardle Moore & Co. Ltd Dundalk. This lecture will take place in the Louth County Museum, … Continue reading

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Coláiste Rís to celebrate 150 years of education in the town

Colaiste Rís, formerly the Christian Brother’s School, opened its doors to students for the first time on the 10th of May 1869. The school have recently announced a programme of events to help celebrate the 150th anniversary of CBS education … Continue reading

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Draw not enough for Louth

By Conor Duffy LOUTH 2-7 WESTMEATH 1-10 This rescheduled Round 6 encounter had been elevated into a feisty promotion playoff with Wayne Kierans’ men requiring a win to return to Division 2, but Westmeath were determined not to let that … Continue reading

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Malicious fire at athletic club

St Peter’s Athletic Club in Dromiskin were the target of mindless vandals last weekend when a fire was started maliciously which burned much of their equipment. The club who have a field behind St Joseph’s GAA club use a large … Continue reading

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