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  1. PSNI 'should reveal group suspects' in Newry canal murder court hearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2014 | BreakingNews.ie

    Police should reveal which paramilitary group they suspect of murdering a Co Armagh father-of-two, irrespective of the potential political fallout, a coroner's court has been told. Gareth O'Connor, 24, disappeared near the border in 2003 on his way to sign bail on a charge of Real IRA membership.


  2. A 1m fraudster jailed for forging godmother's willRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2014 | Belfast Today

    A Co Armagh farmer who was the "sole architect" behind a 1 million fraud "founded in greed and deceit" when he forged his godmother's will, has been jailed for three years. Jailing 53-year-old Francis Tiernan at Newry Crown Court, Judge Kevin Finnegan QC told him that the conspiracy to alter the will of Catherine 'Kitty' Haughey two weeks before she died in December 2004 had resulted in substantial financial loss to her "dear friend" Alice Quinn and two charities.


  3. Heinz UK & Ireland appoints new bossRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2014 | Food Industry

    ... Europe. Heinz UK & Ireland operates from six sites - Wigan, Telford, Worcester, Westwick, Kendal and Dundalk, Ireland. These produce the Heinz, Farley's, TinyTums, Weight Watchers, Aunt Bessie's, Alveston, KitchensTM, Lea & Perrins, HP Sauce, ...


  4. Cork City: The season-defining momentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | RTE.ie

    The Cork City players celebrate the stunning Colin Healy overhead that delivered a vital win over St Pat's Cork have combined a penchant for the spectacular with never-say-die attitude to challenge for the title; here is a selection of their key moments to date. In an early test of both side's title credentials second-placed Cork travelled to Tallaght to face Shamrock Rovers, who sat in fourth place.


  5. Dundalk: The season-defining momentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | RTE.ie

    From their brilliant team goal in Inchicore to Brian Gartland's winner at Turner's Cross and beyond, we look at the moments that have shaped Dundalk's season. An early-season trip away to the home of the champions is always going to be a daunting fixture but Dundalk showed clear signs that they were the real deal with a thoroughly convincing 4-1 victory over St Patrick's Athletic that was rounded off by as good a goal as you're likely to see anywhere.


  6. Dunleer-born designer Niamh is Louth's Best Young EntrepreneurRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | Dundalk Today

    Cllr. Oliver Tully, Chairman of Louth County Council presents the Louth's Best Young Entrepreneur 2014 award to fashion designer, Niamh O'Neill. Fashion designer Niamh O'Neill, a native of Dunleer, has won Louth's Best Young Entrepreneur and Best Established Business awards at the Louth Best Young Entrepreneur competition.


  7. Declaration of War to Ashford for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | Thoroughbred Daily News

    DECLARATION OF WAR TO ASHFORD Declaration of War , a dual Group 1 winner in Britain last year and third in the GI Breeders' Cup Classic, will relocate to Ashford Stud in Kentucky for the 2015 breeding season. Campaigned by the Coolmore partners with breeder Joe Allen, Declaration of War was unbeaten as a juvenile in France for trainer Jean-Claude Rouget before joining trainer Aidan O'Brien at Ballydoyle.


  8. Dublin duo play Dundalk as part of Irish tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | Dundalk Today

    The album was recorded in Donegal with Villagers' guitarist/producer Tommy McLaughlin and was mixed by renowned producer Ben Hillier, who has worked with Blur, Depeche Mode, the Horrors and Elbow among other luminaries of Indie music's recent past. The album includes three songs for which the strings were scored by prolific contemporary Irish composer, John Buckley, and recorded in Rathgar Methodist Church.


  9. Ireland one of Top 10 countries to visit in 2015 - Lonely PlanetRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2014 | Independent.ie

    The influential travel guide has just ranked the country fifth on its list of the Top 10 in the world to visit in 2015 - a major boost to Ireland's recovering tourism industry. "Ireland is stunningly scenic," according to Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2015 - an annual collection of trends, destinations and experiences for the year ahead, published today.


  10. Gardai land blow in war on drugs with early morning raidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2014 | Dundalk Today

    Gardai struck a significant blow against drug crime following a number of raids in Dundalk and across the Louth division. The coordinated raids are part of an ongoing operation into the illegal sale and supply of controlled drugs in the Louth division.


  11. 'Lowest of the low' steal a 12,000 worth of cattle from Knockbridge farmRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2014 | Dundalk Today

    Eight cattle worth nearly 12,000 were stolen from a Knockbridge farmer this week as fears rise that an illegal abattoir is operating along the border. Knockbridge farmer Aidan McDonnell is at a serious financial loss after his cattle were stolen from land at Allardstown between Tuesday and Wednesday last week.


  12. Time for Martin O'Neill to close the door on NobleRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 19, 2014 | Independent.ie

    THE touch from Jeff Hendrick that set up Ireland's magic moment in Gelsenkirchen last Tuesday night gets better with every viewing. It's worth watching again and again, the confidence of a 22-year-old Dubliner adapting to the biggest stage and having the talent to size up a situation and improvise with a clever piece of skill that created John O'Shea's Hollywood strike.


  13. Cork City seize initiative on an amazing night in the Airtricity LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | Independent.ie

    Cork City's Billy Dennehy celebrates after scoring his side's first goal with team-mate Colin Healy. SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, Cork City v Bohemians.


  14. Airtricity Premier title chase goes to the wireRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | RTE.ie

    Bray Wanderers v Dundalk Bray Wanderers and Dundalk go into their penultimate game of the season on Friday night in front of the RT cameras at the Carlisle Grounds both desperate for wins for very different reasons. A victory for Dundalk could give see the crowned league champions if Cork lose to Bohemians while a win for Bray would see them secure their eleventh consecutive season in the Premier Division.


  15. Simon Holt's previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | Sporting Life

    Trainer Richard Hannon has a tremendous chance to lift the two most important two-year-old races for colts run in Britain on Future Champions Day run on soft ground at Newmarket tomorrow, but both will start at cramped odds. In the vision.ae Middle Park Stakes, it is very difficult to oppose Ivawood, a colt who impressed hugely in looks and stature on his debut at Sandown in June and has since proved high class with Group Two victories at Newmarket and Glorious Goodwood, beating the reopposing Jungle Cat on both occasions.


  16. Bluesky Announces New Aerial Photography for IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | Directions Magazine

    Aerial mapping company Bluesky has announced plans to photograph the whole of The Republic of Ireland from the air to create the most up to date high resolution photomap of the country. It will add 70,000 square kilometres of brand new aerial photography to Bluesky's existing archive.


  17. Bluesky to photo-survey entire countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | Business World

    Aerial mapping company Bluesky has announced plans to photograph the whole of the Republic of Ireland from the air to create the most up to date high resolution photomap of the country. To be flown in 2015, nationwide coverage will be at 25 cm resolution with higher, 12.5 cm, coverage for selected urban areas.


  18. Doghouse swamped with pups after 'depraved acts'Read the original story

    Oct 15, 2014 | Dromore Today

    'Sickening' was how the Doghouse Sanctuary described one of the two separate incidents which last week found the team stretched to the limit, and tending to a deluge of puppies. Two puppies which had been found dumped in a hessian sack at the side of the carriageway, were brought into the sanctuary on Thursday October 9 - just one day after a heavily pregnant abandoned collie, little more than a pup herself, had been taken in.


  19. Magic moment awaiting Ellison at the CurraghRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2014 | York Press

    Brian Ellison returns to Ireland is search of another big pot when he saddles two in the Irish Cesarewitch at the Curragh on Sunday. The North Yorkshire handler has already enjoyed great success on his trips across the water this season, with Baraweez taking big-money prizes at both Galway and Leopardstown.


  20. Colaiste Chu Chulainn on track for 2016 opening says chief executive of LMETBRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2014 | Dundalk Today

    Peter KIerans on left CEO LMETB congratulates Nick KIllian on been elected Chairman of the board at the first meeting in LMETB offices Chapel Street Photo Arthur Kinahan The CEO of Louth Meath Education Training Board Peter Kierans has moved to allay fears that the new Colaiste Chu Chulainn campus is not on track for a September 2016 opening. Speaking exclusively to the Dundalk Democrat, Mr Kierans also said that in any case, there was ample contingency plans for pupils to be accommodated.