New Evidence of hare coursing savagery
Irish animal protection groups are renewing their call for a total ban on live hare coursing following the latest series of shocking reports on coursing events compiled by State appointed wildlife rangers.
The Meath Chronicle
Boyne viaduct and bridge feature in RTE series
Drogheda's iconic Viaduct was built nearly 160 years ago to link by rail the two largest cities on this island.
Marist students visit Thailand mission
Marist chaplain Fr Jimmy McElroy has been bringing students from Ireland to the Marist Mission in Ranong, Thailand for the past eight years.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
The Irish World Newspaper
A London-raised singer with Irish-Zambian heritage is climbing the charts on both sides of The Irish Sea with huge support from the Dundalk area where she has family.
Family want to bring David back home
David Garvey has been a patient in Beaumont Hospital for over two years. He has locked-in syndrome, but his family now say he is fit to come home.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Nuala Kennedy grew up in Dundalk, Ireland where she was a member of the ceilidh band Ceoltoiri Oga Oghrialla.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Carlingford Oyster Pearl competition cancelled due to lack of funding
There was sad news last week as it was announced that the nationally renowned Carlingford Oyster Pearl' competition, in which 12 ladies compete for the crown in a weekend of fun filled activities, was cancelled.
Boy drowns in Drogheda reservoir
The boy was swimming with two friends when he got into difficulty in the reservoir at Rosehall, in the north of the town, on Thursday afternoon.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Big demand for cancer support service
The Cara Cancer Support Centre is located in the former Sinn Fein offices at Williamson Place, Dundalk, just off Park Street.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Thieves steal bag from car parked at the Navvy Bank
A Dundalk woman became the victim of credit card fraud after thieves stole her bank details from her car parked at the Navvy Bank last week.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Ambulance breaks down and takes an hour to reach Lourdes
Two Dundalk ambulances broke down at the weekend. This is the third breakdown in two weeks.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Ninety-two medals for Dundalk dancers
The locally based McGee School of Irish Dance enjoyed extraordinary success at the recent Oireachtas Rince Uladh held here in Dundalk.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Colaiste Chu Chulainn experiences Chapel street's sense of history
With the new school year approaching, preparations for the opening of Dundalk newest post-primary school are well under way.
Bus operators count cost of the cancelled Garth Brooks shows
Paddy Matthews and Noel Matthews of Matthews Coach Hire who have become the first passenger transport company in Ireland and the UK, and only the second in the world, to achieve the coveted new ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems Award.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Former garda jailed for stealing over a 50k
A former garda has been sent to jail for a year for stealing more than 50,000 after he got into financial difficulties with a massive mortgage.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
The jobs situation around the country
Morning Ireland visits Waterford, Dundalk, Sligo and Carrick-on-Shannon to see how the recovery is progressing outside of Dublin Emma McNamara spent the week on the road for Morning Ireland, checking out how some small towns and cities are doing now the economy is growing again.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Morning business news - July 3
Today is day three of Emma McNamara's tour around the country, looking at jobs in different sectors of the economy.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
PKF International adds Northern Ireland firm to network
PKF INTERNATIONAL has strengthened its presence in the UK Ireland by adding Northern Ireland accountants FPM to its international network.
Morning business news - July 2
Continuing her tour around the country and looking at regional job creation by both multinationals and Irish firms, Emma McNamara is in Dundalk, Co Louth today.