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Latvian Embassy to visit Dundalk
Continuing with their series of visits from various embassies, the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce has invited the Ambassador of Latvia and the Chief Executive of the the Irish Latvian Chamber of Commerce, who will be visiting Ireland, to come to Dundalk on April 2 to meet companies to discuss the potential of doing business with their country.
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Sun Mar 16, 2014
Helicopter crash debris search begins
Experts scouring the wreckage of the helicopter crash which killed Lord Ballyedmond, founder of Norbrook Laboratories, and three others will begin recovering crash debris on Sunday.
Minister launches Action Plan for Jobs
Minister for Jobs Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD with Peter Fitzpatrick TD Breda O Toole IDA Ireland Fergus O Dowd Minister for New Era Ronan Dennedy CEO Co Louth Enterprise Board Pascal McGuire Regional Director Border Region Enterprise Ireland Jed Nash TD Sen Jim D,Arcy at the action plan for jobs in the Fairway,s Hotel The Minister ... (more)
Sat Mar 15, 2014
Illegal abattoir linked to Provo fuel smugglers
Gardai and the PSNI have joined forces in a new cross-border operation against cattle rustlers who have close links to IRA fuel smugglers, the Sunday Independent has learned.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Woman tells of her time on a trolley in Our Lady of Lourdes
A Dundalk woman has given an account of her time spent on a trolley at the crisis hit Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda.
Dundalk businessman Edward Haughey killed in helicopter crash
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 13th March 2104 File picture of The Right Honourable Lord Ballyedmond OBE during his visit to Southern Regional College in Newry on Thursday 29 November 2012 to view the new state of the art Science facilities and unveil a plaque in his honour.
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Gillingham: Tributes to Northern Ireland peer and father-of-three...
Tributes have been paid to Northern Ireland peer Lord Ballyedmond, who was this morning confirmed as one of the people killed when a helicopter crashed in thick fog at Gillingham The peer, also known as Dr Edward Haughey, 70, was chairman of Norbrook, the largest privately-owned pharmaceutical company in the world.
Plenty of ceol agus craic at Dundalk and Ardee St. Patrick's Day parades
Niamh Commins, Ardee with St Joseph's Pipe Band in the background at the St Patrick's Day parade in Ardee This year the schedule of festival activities are set to be better than ever, with an estimated 20,000 spectators taking to the streets of Dundalk in merriment for the occasion.
McDonald calls for gender audit to address Dail imbalance
Cllr Edel Corrigan Mary Lou McDonald TD and Bernadine Quinn at the visit to the outcomers centre in Dundalk on friday Sinn Fein Vice President Mary-Lou McDonald says that she believes that a quota system is the best tool at the country's disposal to get more women involved in politics.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Numbers on trollies down to 11 at Our Lady of Lourdes
The HSE released a statement yesterday saying: "Further to the significant surge in attendances and admissions over the last 36 hours, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda has confirmed that, this morning, there are 15 admitted patients in the Emergency Department waiting for hospital beds.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
St. Patrick's Day Parade highlights heritage
He named the railroad depot that serviced the foundry after his home town. "Dundalk" later became the name of the nearby community founded in 1916 to house Bethlehem Steel workers.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Care given to elderly woman investigated
A garda spokesman confirmed that they were alerted by medical staff who were concerned about the woman's condition on her admission to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda.
Irish Independent article correction
On the 11th and 13th of March 2013, the Irish Independent published articles in relation to the conviction of Drew Morgan for assault of Mr Derek Bradley at Dundalk District Court and the public interest investigation launched by The Garda Siochana Ombudsman Commission following comments made by Judge Alan Mitchell .
Cunningham joins SF ticket in Ardee area
Sinn Fein has announced that a second candidate has been selected to run for the Ardee electoral area in the local government elections to be held in May this year.
Confusion reigns over plans for velodrome in Dundalk
Confusion reigns after conflicting reports emerged at the weekend that Ireland's first velodrome could be located in Dublin, while An Taoiseach Enda Kenny claimed the cycling facility was being built in Dundalk.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Fyffes becomes top banana after merger with rival
From left: Charles and Neil McCann. Charles first joined forces with Fyffes in 1902.
Giro d'Italia organisers visit town and are impressed by our plans
Pat O Shaughnessy Chairman Cuchullain CC with Frank Pentony Town Clerk and the Giro D ,Italia delergation in town on thurday morning The Giro d'Italia route through Dundalk has been finalised following a visit by Irish organiser Darach McQuaid of Shadetree Sports, along with his Italian colleagues and event organisers.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Fire death tragedy
AN elderly woman who lost her life in a house fire had managed to activate a panic button to alert her neighbours before the flames took hold.
Crew uninjured as wheel falls off ambulance
The Health Service Executive has said there was no patient on board an ambulance that lost a wheel in the early hours of yesterday morning.
"I'm applying for permanent residency"
In this weeks Across the Water, Martin Grant talks to Julie Morgan, originally from Proleek, Ravensdale, now living in Brisbane, Australia.