Dundalk, Ireland Newswire

Dundalk, Ireland Newswire

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  1. Kenny wins SWAI Personality of the Year awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 13 | RTE.ie

    Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny has been named as the winner of the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers' Association of Ireland Personality of the Year. Kenny, 45, enjoyed a remarkable season in charge of the Lilywhites.

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  2. McGeady enjoying new lease of life at PrestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 13 | RTE.ie

    Republic of Ireland midfielder Aiden McGeady is enjoying a new lease of life at Championship side Preston North End after a stop-start 2016. The 30-year-old dropped out of the reckoning at his parent club Everton before a disappointing loan spell with Sheffield Wednesday last season.

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  3. Preston boss has high hopes for Horgan and BoyleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 12 | RTE.ie

    Preston North End manager Simon Grayson is very pleased with how Irish duo Daryl Horgan and Andy Boyle have settled into his squad and revealed that he expects big things of both players. Both players impressed massively during Dundalk's extended European run and also forced their way into the international reckoning, earning a place in Martin O'Neill's Ireland squad.

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  4. Drogheda bring Ciaran McGuigan back to United parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 11 | RTE.ie

    Drogheda United have confirmed the signings of Ciaran McGuigan and Jamie Hollywood as manager Pete Mahon looks to finalise his squad ahead of the new SSE Airtricity League season. Newry native McGuigan began his career with Glenavon in the IFA Premiership in 2007 before moving to Armagh City and then Dundalk.

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  5. Horgan has 'potential to excite' Preston fans, says GraysonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 11 | Sporting News

    The Irish winger came on for the final minutes against Arsenal and showed glimpses of his ability to entertain the crowd, according to his manager Preston North End manager Simon Grayson says that Daryl Horgan is a player with "the potential to excite" after the midfielder made his debut for the club. Horgan, who joined the Championship club from League of Ireland champions Dundalk in December, made his first appearance in the FA Cup third round defeat to Arsenal on January 7. The 24-year-old came on as a substitute with 10 minutes remaining and, though his side eventually succumbed to a late Olivier Giroud goal, Grayson was pleased with Horgan's contribution.

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  6. 'An incredible mum' - Much-loved teacher killed in front of husband while out walkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 8 | Independent.ie

    The heartbroken children of a popular teacher - who died after she was hit by a car while walking with her husband - have paid tribute to their "incredible" mother. The heartbroken children of a popular teacher - who died after she was hit by a car while walking with her husband - have paid tribute to their "incredible" mother.

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  7. Garda killers working with Provo drug smugglersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 7 | Independent.ie

    Two members of the gang that murdered Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe three years ago were involved in a drug smuggling operation in which two gardai and four members of the PSNI were injured before Christmas, it has emerged. Two members of the gang that murdered Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe three years ago were involved in a drug smuggling operation in which two gardai and four members of the PSNI were injured before Christmas, it has emerged.

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  8. McGeady shows there's life in the old dog as Horgan debut ends in disappointmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 7 | Independent.ie

    ACROSS the course of his career, Aiden McGeady has tackled the old cliche that form is temporary and class is permanent. For long spells, it's the class that has been temporary.

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  9. How Thatcher and Fitzgerald plotted to defeat IRARead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | Irish Republican News

    State papers have shown the degree to which former 26 County Taoiseach Garret Fitzgerald accepted the Tory line in exchanges with British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher 30 years ago. Despite the 30-year rule, many of the 1986 papers have again been withheld for 'national security' reasons, including almost all those on the transformative split which took place within Sinn Fein following the party's annual conference that year.

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  10. My Sporting Year - Shane KeeganRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | Leinster Express

    Rathdowney native Shane Keegan has been building a strong reputation for himself on the sidelines of League of Ireland soccer, having recently been appointed manager of Galway Utd. He is the second youngest manager in the League of Ireland, and moved to Galway Utd from Wexford Youths.

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  11. Are jumpsuits the new dresses for bridesmaids? An Irish designer gives his opinionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 2 | Independent.ie

    Irish designer Eamonn McGill told Independent.ie what he thinks about bridesmaids wearing jumpsuits instead of traditional dresses, and why he thinks they're going to take over the bridal scene. Keira Doyle arrives for her wedding at The Church of The Assumption, Thomastown, Co.

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  12. Last Premier League Live of 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 30 | Today FM

    Manchester United are going for a fifth league win in a row and few would bet against them doing so. Middlesbrough have lost three of their last four top flight games and their only away win in the league this season came at Sunderland back in August.

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  13. 'We lost eight managers in the month of October alone': Chris Hughton ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 30 | Independent.ie

    'We lost eight managers in the month of October alone': Chris Hughton not happy with sacking culture in English football Bob Bradley's sacking at Swansea took the total of managerial sackings in English football to 28 this season - and Brighton boss Chris Hughton fears that number is set to spiral out of control in 2017. Bob Bradley's sacking at Swansea took the total of managerial sackings in English football to 28 this season - and Brighton boss Chris Hughton fears that number is set to spiral out of control in 2017.

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  14. My Sporting Year - Ger DunneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 30 | Leinster Express

    For those watching Ireland closely at Euro 2016 in France, they will have noticed Portlaoise man Ger Dunne with the Irish team. Ger has been working as a Performance Analyst with Martin O'Neill for the last number of years, and is a key member of the Derry man's back room team.

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  15. Nuparc awards honour athletic excellence in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 28 | Leinster Express

    Laois Athletes took many of the top honours at the 2016 Nuparc Wellness End of Year Awards ceremony, which was held at The Heritage Golf Club, Killenard. A group of 75 people, both athletes and their families attended this year's event, a significant increase in numbers from last year.

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  16. Dublin accused of own national security veto on Troubles filesRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 24 | Belfast Today

    Kingsmills survivor Alan Black, left, said the Taoiseach, right, looked him in the eye and promised full disclosure in Bessbrook in March 2015. Pic: Pacemaker Press The sole Kingsmills massacre survivor has accused the Taoiseach of breaking his promise of full disclosure on the atrocity, in what is being described as Dublin's 'national security veto' on Irish Troubles files.

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  17. On Irish border, shopkeepers fight Brexit currency falloutRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 23 | The China Post

    In the wake of the Brexit referendum earthquake, few people felt the aftershocks as keenly as the shopkeepers of Dundalk, a sleepy town of 37,000 people on the Irish border with Northern Ireland. Following the plunge in the value of the pound, residents have been heading across to Northern Ireland to do their shopping and the movement has only intensified in the run up to Christmas.

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  18. On Irish border, shopkeepers fight Brexit falloutRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 22 | Bangkok Post

    In the wake of the Brexit referendum earthquake, few people felt the aftershocks as keenly as the shopkeepers of Dundalk, a sleepy town of 37,000 people on the Irish border with Northern Ireland. Following the plunge in the pound since Brexit, residents in Ireland have been heading across to Northern Ireland to do their shopping Following the plunge in the value of the pound, residents have been heading across to Northern Ireland to do their shopping and the movement has only intensified in the run-up to Christmas.

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  19. Dundalk quest for four in a row starts with RoversRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 22 | RTE.ie

    Champions Dundalk will begin their push for four in a row when they open their SSE Airtricity League campaign against Shamrock Rovers on 24 February at Oriel Park. Stephen Kenny's side have landed the league title for the past three seasons and will now look to match the famous Shamrock Rovers side of the 1980s by securing their fourth consecutive title.

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  20. Weak UK pound an early Christmas present for Irish shoppersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 21 | KMIR 6

    The introduction of the European Union common market a... . A store in Newry, Northern Ireland, offers equal value to euros for its goods priced in pounds in this image taken Monday, Dec. 19, 2016.

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