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20 new bedrooms proposed for Bellingham Castle

Dec 12, 2018 | Business, Headline, Local news, Property news

A major extension of bedrooms is being planned for Bellingham Castle.

The Castlebellingham venue has become one of the region’s most exclusive wedding venues in recent years.

Now its owners the Corscadden family

yesterday 18:47
Tickets selling out for The Frank and Walters in Dundalk Gaol

If you are looking for the perfect stocking filler for the live music lover in your life, then tickets to The Frank and Walters acoustic show in the Oriel Centre at Dundalk Gaol would make the ideal Christmas gift.

The Frank and Walters are out on the road for a series of intimate

yesterday 17:39
Dundalk FC nominated for Team of the Year at RTÉ Sports Awards

Dec 12, 2018 | Local news, Sport

Dundalk FC were last night revealed as one of the 11 teams in contention for the coverted 2018 Team of the Year prize at the RTÉ Sports Awards.

Nominees for Saturday night’s awards ceremony were revealed on GameOn on 2FM last night with Dundalk

yesterday 17:21
St Joseph’s Redemptorist Choir to host annual Carol Service this Sunday

Dec 11, 2018 | Entertainment, Local events, Local news, Music, Talk of the Town, TOTT TV

St Joseph’s Redemptorist Choir will be hosting their annual Redemptorist Carol Service this Sunday evening at the church on the St Alphonsus Road.

Just as we did 12 months ago, Talk of the

yesterday 15:58
Dundalk girl Bella (6) has artwork featured in Texaco 2019 calendar

An artwork by 6-year old Dundalk student Bella Reynolds, from Scoil Dairbhre, has been chosen to illustrate the 2019 Texaco Children’s Art Calendar.

One of 13 chosen to illustrate the publication, Bella’s piece, entitled ‘iPad Gremlin’, will appear during the month of April and

yesterday 15:11
Dundalk driver clocked at  203kph 'foolishly put his foot down to see how fast it could go'

A motorist who was clocked speeding at  203kph on the M1 motorway, had just bought the car and “foolishly put his foot down to see how fast it could go” a Defence solicitor told Dundalk district court last week.

Sergeis Kulikovs (19) with an address at Waterville Crescent, Dundalk

yesterday 15:11
Dundalk man seen carrying slash hook outside home

A 53 year old man who claimed he was carrying a slash hook on the street outside his home in Cox’s Demesne for gardening purposes, has been sentenced to 240 hours community service – instead of a two month sentence. 

William Smith of Aisling Park, Dundalk was before the

yesterday 15:10
Lucky Louth lotto punter overcame 3,800/1 odds to land BIG reward

A Lotto punter in County Louth secured the timeliest of big wins last weekend when a small wager reaped significant rewards thanks to their lucky numbers.

The anonymous customer placed their bet in a BoyleSports shop in the Wee County on Saturday, investing €5 in four numbers for that

yesterday 15:10
WATCH: Dundalk school receives national RSA award

Castletown Girls National School from Dundalk were awarded the Supreme Award for 2018 at the RSA (Road Safety Authority) 2018 Leading Lights in Road Safety awards event in Dublin this afternoon.

Check out the pupils stepping up on stage to scoop their award today:

And the

yesterday 15:10
98 social housing units built in Louth in first nine months of 2018

98 new social housing units have been completed in Louth in the first three quarters of 2018, according to the Quarter 3 2018 Social Housing Construction Projects Status Report, released today by the Department for Housing, Planning and Local Government.

The report sets out the

yesterday 13:45
Louth TDs rail against proposed Lourdes name change

Louth TDs spoke in the Dáil yesterday on the proposed name change for Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda.

Sinn Féin's Imelda Munster raised the matter, saying that the proposal was being made "without any prior public consultation whatsoever."

She

yesterday 12:21
WATCH: One Dundalk guard got into the true spirit of Christmas at Frostival parade

One Dundalk guard well and truly got into the Festive spirit at the recent Frostival 'Carnival of Light' parade at the Square in Dundalk recently.

The guard, who was accompanying the parade along the route, decided to let loose and the results are truly what Christmas is all

yesterday 12:21
Garda warning following series of car thefts in Dundalk last Friday

Dundalk Gardaí have warned car owners to ensure their cars are locked overnight as “opportunists” will try handles of parked cars across Dundalk. 

A garda spokesperson said: "We would urge people to ensure that their cars are locked when they park them at their house

yesterday 12:21
Catherina McKiernan greets Dundalk woman Colette O’Hagan at finish line of her 600th marathon

Dec 11, 2018 | Local news, Sport

Former European Cross Country gold medal winner Catherina McKiernan was on hand to greet Dundalk woman Colette O’Hagan as she completed her 600th marathon in Clonakilty at the weekend.

McKiernan, who also won four world silvers and a bronze for

yesterday 12:09
Insomnia coffee shop to open in Dundalk tomorrow

Insomnia Dundalk will reopen in a new location, in the Dundalk Neighbourhood Centre, becoming Insomnia’s fourth store to open in Co. Louth. 

Insomnia Coffee Company has become an iconic Irish brand and is well known to coffee lovers across the country offering hot beverages,

yesterday 10:57
Plans to change dredging site on Carlingford Lough ended

Warrenpoint Port will no longer pursue proposals to change how it deals with dredged material, according to the CEO of Warrenpoint Port.

Authorities at the Port had been considering the feasibility of a new placement site in the mouth of Carlingford Lough between Cranfield Point and

yesterday 10:57
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20 new bedrooms proposed for Bellingham Castle

Dec 12, 2018 | Business, Headline, Local news, Property news

A major extension of bedrooms is being planned for Bellingham Castle.

The Castlebellingham venue has become one of the region’s most exclusive wedding venues in recent years.

Now its owners the Corscadden family

yesterday 18:47
Tickets selling out for The Frank and Walters in Dundalk Gaol

If you are looking for the perfect stocking filler for the live music lover in your life, then tickets to The Frank and Walters acoustic show in the Oriel Centre at Dundalk Gaol would make the ideal Christmas gift.

The Frank and Walters are out on the road for a series of intimate

yesterday 17:39
Dundalk FC nominated for Team of the Year at RTÉ Sports Awards

Dec 12, 2018 | Local news, Sport

Dundalk FC were last night revealed as one of the 11 teams in contention for the coverted 2018 Team of the Year prize at the RTÉ Sports Awards.

Nominees for Saturday night’s awards ceremony were revealed on GameOn on 2FM last night with Dundalk

yesterday 17:21
St Joseph’s Redemptorist Choir to host annual Carol Service this Sunday

Dec 11, 2018 | Entertainment, Local events, Local news, Music, Talk of the Town, TOTT TV

St Joseph’s Redemptorist Choir will be hosting their annual Redemptorist Carol Service this Sunday evening at the church on the St Alphonsus Road.

Just as we did 12 months ago, Talk of the

yesterday 15:58
Dundalk girl Bella (6) has artwork featured in Texaco 2019 calendar

An artwork by 6-year old Dundalk student Bella Reynolds, from Scoil Dairbhre, has been chosen to illustrate the 2019 Texaco Children’s Art Calendar.

One of 13 chosen to illustrate the publication, Bella’s piece, entitled ‘iPad Gremlin’, will appear during the month of April and

yesterday 15:11
Dundalk driver clocked at  203kph 'foolishly put his foot down to see how fast it could go'

A motorist who was clocked speeding at  203kph on the M1 motorway, had just bought the car and “foolishly put his foot down to see how fast it could go” a Defence solicitor told Dundalk district court last week.

Sergeis Kulikovs (19) with an address at Waterville Crescent, Dundalk

yesterday 15:11
Dundalk man seen carrying slash hook outside home

A 53 year old man who claimed he was carrying a slash hook on the street outside his home in Cox’s Demesne for gardening purposes, has been sentenced to 240 hours community service – instead of a two month sentence. 

William Smith of Aisling Park, Dundalk was before the

yesterday 15:10
Lucky Louth lotto punter overcame 3,800/1 odds to land BIG reward

A Lotto punter in County Louth secured the timeliest of big wins last weekend when a small wager reaped significant rewards thanks to their lucky numbers.

The anonymous customer placed their bet in a BoyleSports shop in the Wee County on Saturday, investing €5 in four numbers for that

yesterday 15:10
WATCH: Dundalk school receives national RSA award

Castletown Girls National School from Dundalk were awarded the Supreme Award for 2018 at the RSA (Road Safety Authority) 2018 Leading Lights in Road Safety awards event in Dublin this afternoon.

Check out the pupils stepping up on stage to scoop their award today:

And the

yesterday 15:10
98 social housing units built in Louth in first nine months of 2018

98 new social housing units have been completed in Louth in the first three quarters of 2018, according to the Quarter 3 2018 Social Housing Construction Projects Status Report, released today by the Department for Housing, Planning and Local Government.

The report sets out the

yesterday 13:45
Louth TDs rail against proposed Lourdes name change

Louth TDs spoke in the Dáil yesterday on the proposed name change for Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda.

Sinn Féin's Imelda Munster raised the matter, saying that the proposal was being made "without any prior public consultation whatsoever."

She

yesterday 12:21
WATCH: One Dundalk guard got into the true spirit of Christmas at Frostival parade

One Dundalk guard well and truly got into the Festive spirit at the recent Frostival 'Carnival of Light' parade at the Square in Dundalk recently.

The guard, who was accompanying the parade along the route, decided to let loose and the results are truly what Christmas is all

yesterday 12:21
Garda warning following series of car thefts in Dundalk last Friday

Dundalk Gardaí have warned car owners to ensure their cars are locked overnight as “opportunists” will try handles of parked cars across Dundalk. 

A garda spokesperson said: "We would urge people to ensure that their cars are locked when they park them at their house

yesterday 12:21
Catherina McKiernan greets Dundalk woman Colette O’Hagan at finish line of her 600th marathon

Dec 11, 2018 | Local news, Sport

Former European Cross Country gold medal winner Catherina McKiernan was on hand to greet Dundalk woman Colette O’Hagan as she completed her 600th marathon in Clonakilty at the weekend.

McKiernan, who also won four world silvers and a bronze for

yesterday 12:09
Insomnia coffee shop to open in Dundalk tomorrow

Insomnia Dundalk will reopen in a new location, in the Dundalk Neighbourhood Centre, becoming Insomnia’s fourth store to open in Co. Louth. 

Insomnia Coffee Company has become an iconic Irish brand and is well known to coffee lovers across the country offering hot beverages,

yesterday 10:57
Plans to change dredging site on Carlingford Lough ended

Warrenpoint Port will no longer pursue proposals to change how it deals with dredged material, according to the CEO of Warrenpoint Port.

Authorities at the Port had been considering the feasibility of a new placement site in the mouth of Carlingford Lough between Cranfield Point and

yesterday 10:57
Latest news from Dundalk
yesterday 18:47 20 new bedrooms proposed for Bellingham Castle
yesterday 17:39 Tickets selling out for The Frank and Walters in Dundalk Gaol
yesterday 17:21 Dundalk FC nominated for Team of the Year at RTÉ Sports Awards
yesterday 15:58 St Joseph’s Redemptorist Choir to host annual Carol Service this Sunday
yesterday 15:11 Dundalk girl Bella (6) has artwork featured in Texaco 2019 calendar
yesterday 15:11 Dundalk driver clocked at  203kph 'foolishly put his foot down to see how fast it could go'
yesterday 15:10 Dundalk man seen carrying slash hook outside home
yesterday 15:10 Lucky Louth lotto punter overcame 3,800/1 odds to land BIG reward
yesterday 15:10 WATCH: Dundalk school receives national RSA award
yesterday 13:45 98 social housing units built in Louth in first nine months of 2018
yesterday 12:21 Louth TDs rail against proposed Lourdes name change
yesterday 12:21 WATCH: One Dundalk guard got into the true spirit of Christmas at Frostival parade
yesterday 12:21 Garda warning following series of car thefts in Dundalk last Friday
yesterday 12:09 Catherina McKiernan greets Dundalk woman Colette O’Hagan at finish line of her 600th marathon
yesterday 10:57 Insomnia coffee shop to open in Dundalk tomorrow
yesterday 10:57 Plans to change dredging site on Carlingford Lough ended
yesterday 10:57 Bill Clinton visited Dundalk on this day 18 years ago
yesterday 10:57 Christy Moore coming to Dundalk for two dates
yesterday 10:45 Insomnia to open new store in Dundalk this Thursday
yesterday 10:45 Christy Moore to play two Dundalk shows next summer
yesterday 10:45 Cortex Hair Design raises over €3,600 for palliative care
yesterday 10:45 Christmas table quiz and Men’s Shed Choir performance in Dundalk Library this Thursday
yesterday 09:27 Deaths in Dundalk - Wednesday December 12 2018
yesterday 01:44 Des Halpenny re-elected as Louth County Board chairman after narrow victory over Bob Doheny at tonight's convention in Darver
yesterday 23:11 Fechin's leave it late to dethrone Moninne in Louth minor hurling final
yesterday 23:11 Former Dundalk FC manager Kenny learns group opponents for first campaign in charge of Ireland U21s
yesterday 23:11 Decision day for councillors in Louth GAA’s new stadium bid
yesterday 23:11 Muirhevna Mor boss Paudi Hearty braced for ‘best’ or ‘worst’ week
2018-12-11 20:05 €10,000 worth of Eir cables stolen on Dublin Road
2018-12-11 20:05 Series of upgrade’s planned to Holly’s Horse Haven in Omeath
2018-12-11 19:08 Dundalk FC double winners linked with moves away
2018-12-11 19:08 Dundalk FC striker Patrick Hoban poses for Louis art students
2018-12-11 19:02 New greenway planned from Ballymascanlon to Blackrock
2018-12-11 17:56 Louth business Morgans Fine Fish receive €221,250 in EU Funding
2018-12-11 17:56 Cyclist caught riding bike while drunk in Dundalk
2018-12-11 16:44 North Louth Cllr condemns illegal dumping in Cooley mountains
2018-12-11 16:44 Louth's Peter Fitzpatrick claims new abortion legislation 'is too extreme'
2018-12-11 16:35 Muirhevnamor Community Sport and Physical Activity Hub to receive €30,000 funding
2018-12-11 14:14 POLL: Vote on the new name for Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Louth
2018-12-11 14:14 Louth Council is seeking funding for a Ballymascalon to Blackrock greenway
2018-12-11 14:14 Louth artist Eimear Murphy receives Arts Council Next Generation award
2018-12-11 14:06 Dundalk house prices €26,500 more expensive than this time last year
2018-12-11 13:11 €2.5m secured for ground-breaking projects in Louth
2018-12-11 12:56 Extra time slots added to Christmas at Bellurgan Park event
2018-12-11 12:08 New Costa coffee shop in Dundalk broken into
2018-12-11 11:45 Donal Kieran named Cuchulainn’s Club Person of the Year
2018-12-11 11:05 Deaths in Dundalk - Tuesday December 11 2018
2018-12-11 10:35 Break-in to new Costa Coffee in Dundalk
2018-12-11 10:35 Carnbeg Hotel and Spa awarded four star status by Fáilte Ireland
2018-12-11 00:59 Gate receipt revenue increase sees Louth GAA record 2018 budget surplus of over €100,000
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