Field names of the county chronicled
Louth's countless fields have been named at last!
It is rare thing in athletics when trainers are swapped for heels, but the occasion called for glad rags and handbags on Friday evening last.
Drogheda sailors have sailed the seven seas for many centuries. Some returned, some didn't...some created a little bit of history.
Local company, GOSH cosmetics have been searching the country high and low to find a girl who will front their ad campaign for 2015. The winner will see her face on posters nationwide, in magazines, on blogs as well as win a one year modelling contract with Assets Model Agency.
Hubert Murphy Louth's countless fields have been named at last!
Drogheda & District Chamber of Commerce invites you to join them for a Christmas Networking Lunch with one of the country's most sought after business celebrities, Ivan Yates. The lunch is being held in the d hotel on Friday 5th December at noon and is expected to be a sell-out.
Jim Hurley Did you ever notice that Rooks have a gular pouch?
Pete Wedderburn Hats, scarves and gloves came out of the cupboard last week: the weather in Ireland has turned chilly, and there's a nip in the air. People spending time outside have started adding layers to keep themselves...
Michelle Cooper Multiple Sclerosis is a disorder of the brain and spinal cord which causes various symptoms, which in most cases come and go for several years at first.
Rose-Marie Daly 'Soft adult teeth' in children can be caused by a number of different factors, the most common being where the developing cells of the teeth suffer some systemic upset, either during late pregnancy or in...
Yvonne Joye They say childbirth is a conspiracy; that women who experience it never tell their counterparts who have not given birth the gory details. It is an action undertaken not to exclude but to preserve; too much information might just threaten the survival of the human race.
Former Ireland and Munster rugby star Niall Ronan will speak and deliver a practical workshop entitled 'Fitness Testing Made Easy' in his native county Meath at the end of this month.
Brian Connaughton I loved the way Jimmy smoked his Woodbine, letting it hang from the corner of his mouth while he puffed and talked as if it wasn't there at all.
LAYTOWN native Maria Butterly is hosting a charity concert on Sunday 9th November at 5pm in St. Patricks Church, Trim.
By Hubert Murphy It was celebration time for Drogheda's top estates at the annual Beauty on the Boyne awards in the d Hotel.
The traditional Halloween cat is an all-black creature, with gleaming green or yellow eyes. While this may seem like a harmless, or even...
I love the recipes in a new cookbook by Derval O'Rourke called, Food for The Fast Lane. Her recipes are suitable for everyone, active or inactive people and anyone with a hectic, busy lifestyle. The recipes included are full of goodness, taste great and are effortless to prepare.
Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the death of one of the most remarkable women Louth has ever produced.News
Meath county council are approaching the national transport authority for funding for...News
It was poignant, sad and yet inspiring, all at the same...News
Goldcrop honoured its top quality seed growers at a special awards ceremony in Kilkenny and top of the pile was Louth tillage farmer...News
Coca-Cola International Services received the highly prestigious ICBE 2014 National Business Excellence Award, from the Irish Centre for...News
The flooding in Dunleer last week has been described as the worst since 1958, only that time the raging mid December waters...News
The Augustinian Church will host a special mass to remember all those who died in World War I.News
Mcor Technologies, the locally-based 3D Printer company, led a fascinating talk at 'Innovate Drogheda: Printing' on the opportunities...News
Local company, GOSH cosmetics have been searching the country high and low to find a girl who will front their ad campaign for 2015.Lifestyle
A full house at the TLT participated in Drogheda...News