Daily Archives: March 27, 2024

Worry for parents as report shows most secondary schools in Dundalk are oversubscribed

Most of Dundalk secondary schools are fully or oversubscribed according to an unpublished Department of Education report. The report, which was revealed in the Irish Times, is ‘very worrying for Dundalk parents’, Sinn Féin TD Ruairí Ó Murchú says. The … Continue reading

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Olympic Shame. Devastation for Amy Broadhurst as lifelong Olympic Dream goes up in flames

Ever since she started boxing 22 years ago, Muirhevnamór’s World Champion Amy Broadhurst has dreamed of representing her country at the Olympic Games. Those dreams were fueled further in 2012 when her hero Katie Taylor visited Coláiste Rís, where Amy … Continue reading

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Andrew reflects on changes on 20th anniversary of the smoking ban in pubs

Dundalk publican Andrew McGeough has praised the introduction of the workplace smoking ban on March 29, 2004, on its 20th anniversary. The owner of McGeough’s Bar & Restaurant on Roden Place, Townparks opened his popular business on July 12, 2000, … Continue reading

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