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Louth name team for tomorrow's Lidl NFL Division Four semi-final in Clones

Cooley Kickhams duo Lauren Boyle and Niamh Rice have been named to start for Louth in tomorrow's Lidl National Football League Division Four semi-final against Antrim in Clones.

The pair are one of several alterations to the side that overcame Fermanagh in Tullyallen last Sunday.

But

today 23:52
Gardai make public appeal following spate of ATM robberies

In light of several recent ATM robberies which involved the use of heavy machinery, Gardaí are appealing to anyone who owns or uses heavy plant machinery to please take every possible step to secure and immobilise your vehicles.

Gardai ask that owners ensure they are stored securely

yesterday 16:31
Dundalk school's basketball team reach All-Ireland semi finals

St.Vincent’s school basketball squad had a very successful win recently when the first year team made it through to the All-Ireland semi-finals.

The team travelled to Crossmolina, Co.Mayo along with their coaches and teachers Maurice Woods and Edel McNulty to take part in the All-Ireland

yesterday 14:25
Gardaí discover cannabis plants growing in polytunnel in forest in Monaghan

Gardaí in Monaghan have uncovered up to 100 cannabis plants growing in a polytype type structure, in the middle of a forest plantation in Laragh, Ballybay, according to Northern Sound radio.

As has been reported by Northern Sound, the discovery was made by Gardaí this morning

yesterday 14:25
Dundalk dog owners urged to be cautious this Easter

While children in Dundalk are getting ready for the arrival of the Easter bunny this Sunday, it’s important not to forget about our furry friends, specifically our dogs.

It is an extremely dangerous time of year for dogs as families often have a lot of chocolate lying around the house,

yesterday 12:19
REPORT: Three cars broken into in Carlingford

A local community alert page in north Louth is reporting that three vehicles were broken into in Carlingford.

The incidents are understood to have happened at the picnic area beside King Johns Castle in the village.

Cooley Community Alert Facebook page is advising people not leave

yesterday 12:19
Charity fundraiser concert for Dundalk Schoolboys League

The Imperial Hotel is hosting a charity fundraiser concert in aid of the Dundalk Under 14s Schoolboys league on Sunday April 27 in their brand new venue.

The concert will allow guests to get an exclusive sneak peek of The Imperial’s new entertainment venue which is not yet open to the

yesterday 11:16
Cycling Without Age project launched in Dundalk

Local independent Councillor Meave Yore launched a new initiative in Dundalk this Wednesday which will see cyclists from local clubs paired with seniors in nursing homes and care homes to get a lift in a specially-designed rickshaw type vehicle. 

In a post on Facebook the local Cllr

yesterday 11:16
Louth TD calls on people to ensure they are registered to vote in local elections

Louth TD Declan Breathnach is asking everybody to check that they are registered to vote by logging on the checktheregister.ie, or by checking with their Local Authority.

Registration to be included in the Supplementary Register of Electors closes on the 7th of May 2019.

“An

yesterday 11:16
Dumbo to star at Marshes Little Monsters kids club in Dundalk

Making modelling clay characters from Disney’s Dumbo movie will be the activity as Dundalk children enjoy the latest kids club at Marshes Shopping Centre on Saturday, April 27.

There will be lots happening to keep children entertained at Marshes Little Monsters kids club from

yesterday 11:16
Man appears at Ardee court accused of sexual act with minor

A 27-year-old man was before Ardee District Court last week charged with engaging in a sexual act with a minor (under 17).

The accused, who cannot be named, was remanded on bail to the sitting of the court on June 10 next.

Garda Inspector Ronan Carey said the Director of Public

yesterday 10:13
Ardee drugs court has 'succeeded beyond expectations'

At a sitting of Ardee District Court last week, Judge John Coughlan said the drugs court in the area had succeeded beyond expectations, and others were now looking to follow the initiative.

He thanked the Probation Service and Gardai and practitioners for the success it had achieved at the

yesterday 10:13
The history of the Dundalk Labourers' Society

Glancing through an old copy of the Tempest's Annual of over 100 years ago I came across an interesting article on a trade union society that existed at that time which is little remembered in Dundalk of the present day but must have had a profound effect on Dundalk life of the late 19th and

yesterday 10:13
Bookings now being taken for The Square Restaurant

Apr 19, 2019 | Business, Headline, Local dining, Local news

Bookings are now being taken for the new Square Restaurant which will open in Dundalk next month.

Last month Talk of the Town exclusively revealed that the people behind The Courthouse Restaurant in Carrickmacross, Conor

yesterday 10:07
Valuation Office in Dundalk next week to answer queries from ratepayers

Apr 18, 2019 | Business, Local news

The Valuation Office will be in Dundalk next week to discuss any queries local business owners have in relation to their rates.

A revaluation of County Louth is currently underway. By now the majority of ratepayers should have received their

yesterday 10:07
FLASHBACK | A home defeat to Finn Harps led to this rather uncomplimentary Democrat appraisal of Dundalk FC's efforts

January 1985

Dundalk’s decline over the last three months, at least as far as home performances are concerned, was carried further on Sunday last by their defeat by three goals to one, by, of all teams, the relegation-doomed Finn Harps at Oriel Park.

As an ineffectual performance,

yesterday 09:10
Daily News
Louth name team for tomorrow's Lidl NFL Division Four semi-final in Clones

Cooley Kickhams duo Lauren Boyle and Niamh Rice have been named to start for Louth in tomorrow's Lidl National Football League Division Four semi-final against Antrim in Clones.

The pair are one of several alterations to the side that overcame Fermanagh in Tullyallen last Sunday.

But

today 23:52
Gardai make public appeal following spate of ATM robberies

In light of several recent ATM robberies which involved the use of heavy machinery, Gardaí are appealing to anyone who owns or uses heavy plant machinery to please take every possible step to secure and immobilise your vehicles.

Gardai ask that owners ensure they are stored securely

yesterday 16:31
Dundalk school's basketball team reach All-Ireland semi finals

St.Vincent’s school basketball squad had a very successful win recently when the first year team made it through to the All-Ireland semi-finals.

The team travelled to Crossmolina, Co.Mayo along with their coaches and teachers Maurice Woods and Edel McNulty to take part in the All-Ireland

yesterday 14:25
Gardaí discover cannabis plants growing in polytunnel in forest in Monaghan

Gardaí in Monaghan have uncovered up to 100 cannabis plants growing in a polytype type structure, in the middle of a forest plantation in Laragh, Ballybay, according to Northern Sound radio.

As has been reported by Northern Sound, the discovery was made by Gardaí this morning

yesterday 14:25
Dundalk dog owners urged to be cautious this Easter

While children in Dundalk are getting ready for the arrival of the Easter bunny this Sunday, it’s important not to forget about our furry friends, specifically our dogs.

It is an extremely dangerous time of year for dogs as families often have a lot of chocolate lying around the house,

yesterday 12:19
REPORT: Three cars broken into in Carlingford

A local community alert page in north Louth is reporting that three vehicles were broken into in Carlingford.

The incidents are understood to have happened at the picnic area beside King Johns Castle in the village.

Cooley Community Alert Facebook page is advising people not leave

yesterday 12:19
Charity fundraiser concert for Dundalk Schoolboys League

The Imperial Hotel is hosting a charity fundraiser concert in aid of the Dundalk Under 14s Schoolboys league on Sunday April 27 in their brand new venue.

The concert will allow guests to get an exclusive sneak peek of The Imperial’s new entertainment venue which is not yet open to the

yesterday 11:16
Cycling Without Age project launched in Dundalk

Local independent Councillor Meave Yore launched a new initiative in Dundalk this Wednesday which will see cyclists from local clubs paired with seniors in nursing homes and care homes to get a lift in a specially-designed rickshaw type vehicle. 

In a post on Facebook the local Cllr

yesterday 11:16
Louth TD calls on people to ensure they are registered to vote in local elections

Louth TD Declan Breathnach is asking everybody to check that they are registered to vote by logging on the checktheregister.ie, or by checking with their Local Authority.

Registration to be included in the Supplementary Register of Electors closes on the 7th of May 2019.

“An

yesterday 11:16
Dumbo to star at Marshes Little Monsters kids club in Dundalk

Making modelling clay characters from Disney’s Dumbo movie will be the activity as Dundalk children enjoy the latest kids club at Marshes Shopping Centre on Saturday, April 27.

There will be lots happening to keep children entertained at Marshes Little Monsters kids club from

yesterday 11:16
Man appears at Ardee court accused of sexual act with minor

A 27-year-old man was before Ardee District Court last week charged with engaging in a sexual act with a minor (under 17).

The accused, who cannot be named, was remanded on bail to the sitting of the court on June 10 next.

Garda Inspector Ronan Carey said the Director of Public

yesterday 10:13
Ardee drugs court has 'succeeded beyond expectations'

At a sitting of Ardee District Court last week, Judge John Coughlan said the drugs court in the area had succeeded beyond expectations, and others were now looking to follow the initiative.

He thanked the Probation Service and Gardai and practitioners for the success it had achieved at the

yesterday 10:13
The history of the Dundalk Labourers' Society

Glancing through an old copy of the Tempest's Annual of over 100 years ago I came across an interesting article on a trade union society that existed at that time which is little remembered in Dundalk of the present day but must have had a profound effect on Dundalk life of the late 19th and

yesterday 10:13
Bookings now being taken for The Square Restaurant

Apr 19, 2019 | Business, Headline, Local dining, Local news

Bookings are now being taken for the new Square Restaurant which will open in Dundalk next month.

Last month Talk of the Town exclusively revealed that the people behind The Courthouse Restaurant in Carrickmacross, Conor

yesterday 10:07
Valuation Office in Dundalk next week to answer queries from ratepayers

Apr 18, 2019 | Business, Local news

The Valuation Office will be in Dundalk next week to discuss any queries local business owners have in relation to their rates.

A revaluation of County Louth is currently underway. By now the majority of ratepayers should have received their

yesterday 10:07
FLASHBACK | A home defeat to Finn Harps led to this rather uncomplimentary Democrat appraisal of Dundalk FC's efforts

January 1985

Dundalk’s decline over the last three months, at least as far as home performances are concerned, was carried further on Sunday last by their defeat by three goals to one, by, of all teams, the relegation-doomed Finn Harps at Oriel Park.

As an ineffectual performance,

yesterday 09:10
Latest news from Dundalk
today 23:52 Louth name team for tomorrow's Lidl NFL Division Four semi-final in Clones
yesterday 16:31 Gardai make public appeal following spate of ATM robberies
yesterday 14:25 Dundalk school's basketball team reach All-Ireland semi finals
yesterday 14:25 Gardaí discover cannabis plants growing in polytunnel in forest in Monaghan
yesterday 12:19 Dundalk dog owners urged to be cautious this Easter
yesterday 12:19 REPORT: Three cars broken into in Carlingford
yesterday 11:16 Charity fundraiser concert for Dundalk Schoolboys League
yesterday 11:16 Cycling Without Age project launched in Dundalk
yesterday 11:16 Louth TD calls on people to ensure they are registered to vote in local elections
yesterday 11:16 Dumbo to star at Marshes Little Monsters kids club in Dundalk
yesterday 10:13 Man appears at Ardee court accused of sexual act with minor
yesterday 10:13 Ardee drugs court has 'succeeded beyond expectations'
yesterday 10:13 The history of the Dundalk Labourers' Society
yesterday 10:07 Bookings now being taken for The Square Restaurant
yesterday 10:07 Valuation Office in Dundalk next week to answer queries from ratepayers
yesterday 09:10 FLASHBACK | A home defeat to Finn Harps led to this rather uncomplimentary Democrat appraisal of Dundalk FC's efforts
yesterday 08:01 Free information seminar on Louth Business Awards to take place next month
yesterday 23:43 INSIDE TRACK | Grand National winner Tiger Roll another star to cover Dundalk Stadium course
yesterday 23:43 Louth boss Bishop sweating over a few stars but singles out Ciara Woods and Eimear Byrne for praise
2019-04-18 21:25 Garvey issues warning after needle is found by his daughter in St Nicholas Avenue
2019-04-18 19:25 Free coffee for motorists this Easter Bank Holiday weekend
2019-04-18 17:19 Dundalk students receive global schools award
2019-04-18 17:13 Annual Easter commemoration to gather at the Market Square on Sunday
2019-04-18 16:10 Mum whose son took his own life calls for change in how healthcare system deals with mental health
2019-04-18 15:13 Dundalk cllr says unity high on the agenda for annual Easter 1916 commemorations
2019-04-18 15:13 LOUTH WEATHER: Saturday to be best day this Easter Bank Holiday weekend
2019-04-18 15:07 Good weather but no heatwave expected over Easter weekend
2019-04-18 15:07 Extension to Niall Clarke Oils held up by appeal from owner
2019-04-18 15:07 Top local musicians come together to perform in Toale’s this Sunday
2019-04-18 14:10 All you need to know about the social scene at Punchestown Festival 2019
2019-04-18 14:04 Sean Cox fundraising campaign hits €2m target
2019-04-18 14:04 Coding demonstration in Dundalk Library this Thursday
2019-04-18 12:04 Dundalk journalist scoops Editor of the Year at national student media awards
2019-04-18 12:04 Call for Louth towns and villages to be more accessible for disabled
2019-04-18 12:04 Old IRA Easter Sunday commemoration events in Dundalk
2019-04-18 11:58 Calls for surface at Dundalk Stadium to be replaced
2019-04-18 11:01 Deaths in Dundalk - Thursday April 18 2019
2019-04-18 09:58 Marissa Lucchesi: ‘I've Dublin blood, but a Dundalk heart’
2019-04-18 09:52 Former Douglas Hair premises on Clanbrassil Street up for sale
2019-04-17 20:13 Plans for 31 new homes off Dublin Road remain a possibility
2019-04-17 19:16 Concern after child finds discarded needle on Dundalk street
2019-04-17 18:13 Just 5% of Louth homes have an 'A' Building Energy Rating
2019-04-17 17:10 Anyone in Dundalk looking to buy a fire engine?
2019-04-17 17:10 Louth's Cross Cooley Walk is coming up on April 27
2019-04-17 17:04 Roots & Green launch healthy home meal plans
2019-04-17 17:04 Willow Tree Café opens its doors at Stephenstown Pond
2019-04-17 16:01 Blues Brothers night to return to The Spirit Store this Sunday
2019-04-17 15:04 Young Louth musicians bring home awards from Newry Feis
2019-04-17 14:58 Council hosting 10k and 5k runs in aid of SOSAD this Saturday
2019-04-17 14:01 Local election candidate lauds repairs to ramps in Dundalk estate
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