Teasa's home was her pride and joy
MARY KATE (Teasa) O'Callaghan
The death has taken place of Canice O'Mahony, BE FIEI, Ard Easmuinn, on Wednesday February 12th..
Christopher Whelan, 5, Stapleton Place, Dundalk died peacefully at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda on January 19th following a...
Patricia McAlevey, 35, Fr. Murray Park, Dundalk who died peacefully in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda on January 28th was a...
THE third Annual General Meeting of the Dundalk Railway Heritage Society will take place in the County Museum, Jocelyn Street, on Wednesday, February 26, at 3 p.m.
THE Annual Carlingford Half Marathon/10K in aid of St. Brigid's School will take place on March 1, in the picturesque village and the surrounding Cooley Peninsula.
Olivia Ryan THE young girl who inspired the respite centre for children with disabilities took pride of place at the launch of the Maria Goretti Foundation.
Olivia Ryan 'ONCE a Clan, always a Clan,' is a life long motto for Maurice Harrison the newly crowned 'Club Person of the Year'.
Olivia Ryan A team of undergraduate intellectual disability nursing students from Dundalk IT has won second place in the Health and Safety Authority's annual 'Occupational Safety and Health in Healthcare' competition aimed at nursing and midwifery undergraduates across Higher Education.
Olivia Ryan ON Saturday night I headed for Jimmy Reilly's Bar in Oriel Active where a special retirement party was being held for ace postman Gerry...
Olivia Ryan THE Maria Goretti Foundation Respite Centre for Children with Disabilities was launched in Lordship with a poignant mass of celebration.
Olivia Ryan DUNDALK Fibromyalgia Support Group are holding their next meeting on Wednesday February 5th at 7:30pm in Community Offices, Ramparts, Dundalk.
Olivia Ryan BLACKROCK Tidy Towns volunteers faced a battering from rain and winds as they mounted a clean up of the foreshore along Cocklehill last weekend.
Olivia Ryan DUN Lughaidgh students are stepping out to get fit and beat the January blues with...
Olivia Ryan AS part of a reminiscence project currently running as therapy for clients of St Oliver Plunkett Hospital, the team working with Carol Wallace are looking for people to donate suitable objects that would connect elderly people with their past.
Olivia Ryan A large attendance at the AGM of the Credit Union Development Association held in Ballymascanlon House Hotel on Saturday last heard the Registrar of Credit Unions, Ms Sharon Donnery set out her vision of the future challenges and opportunities facing the sector.
Olivia Ryan LOUTH was well represented at Ireland's premier visual arts and crafts trade Showcase Ireland in the RDS recently.
ORIEL Park is the venue for the first 'Company...News
GARDAI have praised the 'decency' of a person who found a substantial sum of money on Clanbrassil Street last week and handed it...News
CLOCK fanatic Paddy Bell marked a very special passage of time, celebrating his 100th birthday on Monday!News
DUNDALK St. Vincent De Paul have called on retailers to drop surcharges on top-ups for electricity and gas.News
A DUBLIN woman charged with theft offences, including three on the same day at the...News
UP to 30 staff from Dundalk's Clarke Station joined the nationwide two day stoppage by the National Bus and Railway Union (NBRU) and...News
VISITOR restrictions were imposed at the Louth County Hospital today (Tuesday) after a suspected outbreak of the winter vomiting bug.News
THE developers of a ferry terminal at Greenore have secured planning permission after An Bord Pleanala gave the project the green light...News
A HUGE wandering bull, that had escaped from a field, led to a 'terra-bull' situation for...News
THE car used in the robbery of a cash-in-transit van near Omeath has been found burned out in the North, Dundalk gardai revealed.News