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Louth GAA '2,000 percent confident' new stadium in Dundalk won't suffer from future flooding
16 hours, 46 minutes ago

Former County Council engineer Dermot Agnew is “2,000 percent confident” Louth GAA’s new stadium development on Dundalk’s Inner Relief Road will avoid the grasp of rising sea levels into the future. A document last week declared this county - Dundalk, especially - “most vulnerable” to flooding. The

Mental welfare of League of Ireland players and staff must be a priority for clubs at this time
16 hours, 56 minutes ago

It’s been a strange week seeing the country taking its first steps back to normality from the awful coronavirus. A number of business outlets were allowed to open and services in sectors also permitted to return. It was weird to see building workers head back to their jobs and hardware stores reopen

INSIDE TRACK | 'After darkness, I hope for light' - Joe Carroll on Covid-19 predicament
23 hours, 6 minutes ago

Latin wasn’t my favourite subject at school. It was taught through Irish at the good old CBS, the textbook red-covered and carrying a few hundred pages. Mine was maintained in pristine condition, simply because it was rarely thumbed through, at least not when it came to homework.   Mensa, mensae, me
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OPINION: Please, let’s all remember Dundalk town centre when this passes
51 minutes ago

The devastating economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown has touched every person in this country in some form or another. Some, of course, have been hit worse than others. Those underpaid and living closer to the minimum wage have borne the brunt of the financial peri

Three new Covid-19 cases confirmed in Louth
1 hour, 49 minutes ago

Despite there having been no increase in confirmed Covid-19 cases in Louth the day before, figures released yesterday evening revealed that three new cases had been reported. There are now 759 confirmed cases of the virus in the wee County in total. However, in good news, there had been no new death

Blackrock beach set to be closed ahead of protest
1 hour, 58 minutes ago

Louth County Council have confirmed that they will be closing the car park and beach at Blackrock for a time today (Tuesday) in response to a proposed ‘anti-Government’ protest which was set for the beach there this evening. Plans for the protest began circulating online late last week, with former
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Dundalk An Táin Arts Centre running ‘off-site’ events
1 month, 2 days ago

An Táin Arts Centre has created a new off-site based programme to run during this unprecedented time.  In a statement to the Democrat, An Táin said: “We might not have a building, but we have a wealth of local talented performers, artists, musicians, and creators who we will connect with the wider c

PHOTOS: Kilkerley Emmets dinner dance in the Imperial Hotel
1 month, 4 weeks, 2 days ago

Kilkerley Emmets held their annual dinner just before the Covid-19 restrictions set in at the Imperial Hotel in Dundalk. Check out our gallery from the event.

PHOTOS: Courtney Duffy holds 21st birthday bash in Dowdallshill
2 months, 1 week ago

Courtney Duffy from Aisling Park, celebrated her 21st birthday with her friends and family in the Dowdallshill clubrooms recently. Check out the snaps from a great night above.
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What are the rules about funerals during the Covid-19 emergency?
2 weeks, 5 days ago

Have you been confused by the changing measures and restrictions on funerals and everyday life during the Covid-19 emergency? We are here to provide clarity on one of our most precious customs; the Irish funeral. Some usual features of the funeral have been removed temporarily or heavily restricted

10 ways to help yourself grieve during the Covid-19 pandemic
2 weeks, 5 days ago

We are currently enduring the Covid-19 pandemic and it has utterly changed the traditional Irish funeral. In the absence of family and friends, it can be hard to express and come to terms with the death of a loved one. There are some things you can do to help yourself through such a loss. The Irish

5 ways you can help a friend or family member going through grief during Covid-19
2 weeks, 5 days ago

The Irish Hospice Foundation has suggested some simple things we can do to help our friends or fellow loved ones through a bereavement during the Covid-19 restrictions. - To help a grieving friend, think about how you might send your condolences – write a card, complete an online condolence such as

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