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MET ÉIREANN: Snow and ice warning for Louth

A status yellow snow and ice warning has been issued by Met Éireann for Louth and the country tonight.

It is valid from 10pm tonight until midday tomorrow.

Met Éireann has warned of “hazardous conditions” overnight and tomorrow morning due to compacted snow and

today 22:31
Crowe makes a flying start to the year at Dundalk Golf Club

Jan 27, 2020 | Local news, Sport

Noel Crowe (19) won Sunday’s Singles Stableford at Dundalk Golf Club on what was a beautiful day for January golf.

Crowe took full advantage of the excellent conditions to shoot an impressive 36pts over 14 Holes and claimed overall victory by three

yesterday 18:10
Launch date set for St Patrick’s Day parade in Dundalk

Jan 27, 2020 | Local events, Local news

The official launch of this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade in Dundalk will take place on Friday February 7th.

This year’s St Patrick’s Day parade will take place the night before the traditional date for the national holiday on

yesterday 18:10
Kind-hearted Dundalk girl organises fundraiser for Make A Wish Foundation

A caring seven-year-old girl from Jenkinstown near Dundalk has organised a successful fundraising campaign for children with life-threatening illnesses.

Elsie Woodcock, a pupil at Rampark Primary School, Jenkinstown recently told her mum, Emily that she wanted to hold a fundraising coffee

yesterday 17:16
Saorview’s frequencies are changing in County Louth

Saorview customers in Co. Louth may notice a change in service as the frequency is changing. Customers in Louth are likely to be affected by the frequency change and should take action now to avoid any disruption in service.

To find out if you are affected and what you need to do

yesterday 16:13
Biodiversity & Climate Change Training Conference coming to Dundalk in March

Jan 27, 2020 | Current affairs, Local events, Local news

Louth LEADER Partnership are hosting a free Biodiversity & Climate Change Training Conference in Dundalk this March.

The event will take place in The Fairways Hotel on Wednesday March 25th from 9.30am to

yesterday 16:04
Gary Anderson to appear at darts exhibition in Dundalk next month

Jan 27, 2020 | Entertainment, Local events, Local news, Sport

Two time world champion Gary Anderson will appear at a darts exhibition in Dundalk next month.

‘The Flying Scotsman’ will be appearing in the Imperial Hotel on Saturday February 29th.

The event has been

yesterday 15:01
Dundalk man charged in connection with alleged machete attack remanded in custody

A 20-year-old man charged in connection with an alleged machete attack last weekend, in which a teenage boy was injured in his own home, was remanded in custody when he appeared before Dundalk district court today.

Dean Dullaghan of Saltown Place, Bellewsbridge Road, Dundalk is

yesterday 14:07
Jury sworn in to hear trial of man charged with capital murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe

A 15-person jury has been sworn to hear the trial of a man charged with the capital murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe seven years ago.

Aaron Brady, wearing a blue suit, white shirt and blue tie, replied "not guilty" when charged with the murder of Det Gda Donohoe who was

yesterday 14:07
Samaritans of Newry & Dundalk recruiting new volunteers

Samaritans of Newry & Dundalk is recruiting new volunteers to join their team and help make a difference to people in need.

Are you looking for a new challenge? Can you offer a listening ear to people in emotional distress? If so, the Samaritans of Newry & Dundalk want to hear from

yesterday 14:07
New development of homes beside The Fairways Hotel coming soon

Jan 27, 2020 | Headline, Local news

A new development of homes at The Fairways Hotel will be placed up for sale in the coming months.

The two, three and four bed homes at the Dublin Road location will be brought to the market by local estate agents DNG Duffy soon.

Prices for

yesterday 13:58
Man pleads not guilty to murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe

Jan 27, 2020 | Crime, Headline, Local deaths, Local news

A South Armagh man has pleaded not guilty to the capital murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe in Bellurgan seven years ago.

Aaron Brady of New Road, Crossmaglen, denied the charge at his arraignment this morning. He also

yesterday 12:55
LSCPA pop up shop coming to the Long Walk next week

Jan 27, 2020 | Local events, Local news

A pop up shop in aid of the Louth Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will open in the Long Walk Shopping Centre from Wednesday 5th February to Friday 7th February.

Those who wish to volunteer a few hours working in the shop are

yesterday 12:55
Massive solar farm planned for outside Dundalk

Plans were revealed over the weekend for a massive solar farm on a 62.8 hectare (155 acres) farm in Kilcurley, just outside Dundalk. 

The proposed site in the townland of Kilcurley is just over four km outside Dundalk, has the potential to power up to 11,000 homes, should it get the

yesterday 12:01
Gardaí to hold meet and green sessions across Louth this Friday

Jan 27, 2020 | Crime, Local events, Local news

Gardaí will hold meet and greet sessions in six areas of Co Louth this Friday January 31st as part of their National Community Engagement Day.

In total, Gardai will be present at 300 locations all across Ireland with local officers,

yesterday 11:52
Dundalk RFC to host special ladies fundraiser this March

Jan 27, 2020 | Entertainment, Health, Local events, Local news, Sport

Dundalk RFC will host a special ladies fundraiser in aid of the club and the National Breast Cancer Research Institute this March.

The ‘No High Tackles, Just High Heels’ event is scheduled for The

yesterday 11:52
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MET ÉIREANN: Snow and ice warning for Louth

A status yellow snow and ice warning has been issued by Met Éireann for Louth and the country tonight.

It is valid from 10pm tonight until midday tomorrow.

Met Éireann has warned of “hazardous conditions” overnight and tomorrow morning due to compacted snow and

today 22:31
Crowe makes a flying start to the year at Dundalk Golf Club

Jan 27, 2020 | Local news, Sport

Noel Crowe (19) won Sunday’s Singles Stableford at Dundalk Golf Club on what was a beautiful day for January golf.

Crowe took full advantage of the excellent conditions to shoot an impressive 36pts over 14 Holes and claimed overall victory by three

yesterday 18:10
Launch date set for St Patrick’s Day parade in Dundalk

Jan 27, 2020 | Local events, Local news

The official launch of this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade in Dundalk will take place on Friday February 7th.

This year’s St Patrick’s Day parade will take place the night before the traditional date for the national holiday on

yesterday 18:10
Kind-hearted Dundalk girl organises fundraiser for Make A Wish Foundation

A caring seven-year-old girl from Jenkinstown near Dundalk has organised a successful fundraising campaign for children with life-threatening illnesses.

Elsie Woodcock, a pupil at Rampark Primary School, Jenkinstown recently told her mum, Emily that she wanted to hold a fundraising coffee

yesterday 17:16
Saorview’s frequencies are changing in County Louth

Saorview customers in Co. Louth may notice a change in service as the frequency is changing. Customers in Louth are likely to be affected by the frequency change and should take action now to avoid any disruption in service.

To find out if you are affected and what you need to do

yesterday 16:13
Biodiversity & Climate Change Training Conference coming to Dundalk in March

Jan 27, 2020 | Current affairs, Local events, Local news

Louth LEADER Partnership are hosting a free Biodiversity & Climate Change Training Conference in Dundalk this March.

The event will take place in The Fairways Hotel on Wednesday March 25th from 9.30am to

yesterday 16:04
Gary Anderson to appear at darts exhibition in Dundalk next month

Jan 27, 2020 | Entertainment, Local events, Local news, Sport

Two time world champion Gary Anderson will appear at a darts exhibition in Dundalk next month.

‘The Flying Scotsman’ will be appearing in the Imperial Hotel on Saturday February 29th.

The event has been

yesterday 15:01
Dundalk man charged in connection with alleged machete attack remanded in custody

A 20-year-old man charged in connection with an alleged machete attack last weekend, in which a teenage boy was injured in his own home, was remanded in custody when he appeared before Dundalk district court today.

Dean Dullaghan of Saltown Place, Bellewsbridge Road, Dundalk is

yesterday 14:07
Jury sworn in to hear trial of man charged with capital murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe

A 15-person jury has been sworn to hear the trial of a man charged with the capital murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe seven years ago.

Aaron Brady, wearing a blue suit, white shirt and blue tie, replied "not guilty" when charged with the murder of Det Gda Donohoe who was

yesterday 14:07
Samaritans of Newry & Dundalk recruiting new volunteers

Samaritans of Newry & Dundalk is recruiting new volunteers to join their team and help make a difference to people in need.

Are you looking for a new challenge? Can you offer a listening ear to people in emotional distress? If so, the Samaritans of Newry & Dundalk want to hear from

yesterday 14:07
New development of homes beside The Fairways Hotel coming soon

Jan 27, 2020 | Headline, Local news

A new development of homes at The Fairways Hotel will be placed up for sale in the coming months.

The two, three and four bed homes at the Dublin Road location will be brought to the market by local estate agents DNG Duffy soon.

Prices for

yesterday 13:58
Man pleads not guilty to murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe

Jan 27, 2020 | Crime, Headline, Local deaths, Local news

A South Armagh man has pleaded not guilty to the capital murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe in Bellurgan seven years ago.

Aaron Brady of New Road, Crossmaglen, denied the charge at his arraignment this morning. He also

yesterday 12:55
LSCPA pop up shop coming to the Long Walk next week

Jan 27, 2020 | Local events, Local news

A pop up shop in aid of the Louth Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will open in the Long Walk Shopping Centre from Wednesday 5th February to Friday 7th February.

Those who wish to volunteer a few hours working in the shop are

yesterday 12:55
Massive solar farm planned for outside Dundalk

Plans were revealed over the weekend for a massive solar farm on a 62.8 hectare (155 acres) farm in Kilcurley, just outside Dundalk. 

The proposed site in the townland of Kilcurley is just over four km outside Dundalk, has the potential to power up to 11,000 homes, should it get the

yesterday 12:01
Gardaí to hold meet and green sessions across Louth this Friday

Jan 27, 2020 | Crime, Local events, Local news

Gardaí will hold meet and greet sessions in six areas of Co Louth this Friday January 31st as part of their National Community Engagement Day.

In total, Gardai will be present at 300 locations all across Ireland with local officers,

yesterday 11:52
Dundalk RFC to host special ladies fundraiser this March

Jan 27, 2020 | Entertainment, Health, Local events, Local news, Sport

Dundalk RFC will host a special ladies fundraiser in aid of the club and the National Breast Cancer Research Institute this March.

The ‘No High Tackles, Just High Heels’ event is scheduled for The

yesterday 11:52
Latest news from Dundalk
today 22:31 MET ÉIREANN: Snow and ice warning for Louth
yesterday 18:10 Crowe makes a flying start to the year at Dundalk Golf Club
yesterday 18:10 Launch date set for St Patrick’s Day parade in Dundalk
yesterday 17:16 Kind-hearted Dundalk girl organises fundraiser for Make A Wish Foundation
yesterday 16:13 Saorview’s frequencies are changing in County Louth
yesterday 16:04 Biodiversity & Climate Change Training Conference coming to Dundalk in March
yesterday 15:01 Gary Anderson to appear at darts exhibition in Dundalk next month
yesterday 14:07 Dundalk man charged in connection with alleged machete attack remanded in custody
yesterday 14:07 Jury sworn in to hear trial of man charged with capital murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe
yesterday 14:07 Samaritans of Newry & Dundalk recruiting new volunteers
yesterday 13:58 New development of homes beside The Fairways Hotel coming soon
yesterday 12:55 Man pleads not guilty to murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe
yesterday 12:55 LSCPA pop up shop coming to the Long Walk next week
yesterday 12:01 Massive solar farm planned for outside Dundalk
yesterday 11:52 Gardaí to hold meet and green sessions across Louth this Friday
yesterday 11:52 Dundalk RFC to host special ladies fundraiser this March
yesterday 09:55 Man (20) to appear in Dundalk District Court today in relation to samurai sword attack
yesterday 09:46 Jive lessons are back!
yesterday 08:52 Deaths in Louth - Monday January 27 2020
yesterday 08:43 Fitzer’s 5k Fun Run/Walk to take place once again next month
yesterday 08:43 Jinx Lennon to perform local gig in the DisFunction Room next month
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yesterday 23:25 INSIDE TRACK | Absent trio will be missed with Louth set to call on a number of newcomers
2020-01-26 21:13 Dundalk gardai stop tractor on M1 late at night and new mobile app flags up a problem...
2020-01-26 17:01 Dundalk's Square named in Sunday Times top 100 restaurants in Ireland
2020-01-26 15:58 OBITUARY: Jim English was a music fan and enjoyed playing snooker
2020-01-26 14:55 OBITUARY: Rosemary Robinson was generous in spirit and devoted to family
2020-01-26 12:49 Louth U20s beaten by Mayo in Leo Murphy Cup final
2020-01-26 12:49 Deaths in Louth - Sunday, January 26, 2020
2020-01-26 11:46 OBITUARY: Patsy Grant had a love for photography
2020-01-26 11:37 Teenager injured in suspected samurai sword attack in Dundalk
2020-01-26 11:37 Met Éireann warn of possible snow across Ireland
2020-01-26 09:40 Looking back at Cox’s Demesne in Dundalk seventy years ago
2020-01-25 23:10 MET EIREANN: Advisory issued for Louth with 'hail, sleet and snow' forecast
2020-01-25 21:58 Australia Day Wildlife Fundraiser in Blackrock this Sunday
2020-01-25 20:01 Louth teen hospitalized following alleged sword attack
2020-01-25 20:01 Varadkar to include Drogheda in taskforce expansion to tackle drug-fuelled criminality
2020-01-25 17:55 FR NOEL KEHOE: ‘Dundalk is the new Paris’, was my quip back!’
2020-01-25 17:55 Thousands attend march against gang violence in Drogheda, Co Louth
2020-01-25 17:55 Dundalk barmaid comes joint second in Guinness World Record attempt
2020-01-25 17:55 From the Archives: Political unrest in Louth in early 1920
2020-01-25 15:49 OBITUARY: David Martin was a gifted handyman
2020-01-25 14:46 First half goals cost Dundalk FC in pre-season friendly with Russian giants
2020-01-25 13:43 OBITUARY: Micéal Hinchey was a keen gardener
2020-01-25 11:37 OBITUARY: Seamie Kerr had a love of sport and was well-known locally
2020-01-25 01:07 Not just 'a junior player': Meet Louth's man mountain, Westerns legend Tommy Durnin
2020-01-24 20:55 How tobacco smoking shaped Dundalk as we know it today
2020-01-24 19:43 Kellys calls for driving licence service to be made available in Dundalk
2020-01-24 18:40 Brigid of Faughart Festival gets underway this Sunday
2020-01-24 17:46 WATCH: Forecast shows snow showers over Louth
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