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Margaret Roddy Concerns about potential pollution from a planned extension by Irish cement were raised at the monthly meeting of Louth County Council.
Hubert Murphy The Old Abbey in the historic West End of Drogheda will receive a major facelift as part of the overall plan to rejuvenate the West End area of Drogheda.
Hubert Murphy The sound of metal on ancient stone was brief - but for those with a desire to see Laurence's Gate protected for the future - it seemed deafening.
The question of how to get Drogheda involved in the Purple Flag initiative was hotly debated at last week's council meeting discussing the 2017 budget.
Hubert Murphy Over 30 homes, two sports clubs and a local industry have added to their energy effectiveness after a €400,000 investment thanks to a project spearheaded by the Dunleer Development Board.
Hubert Murphy Residents bordering The Meadow in Marian Park are being left 'terrified and vulnerable' by late night anti-social behaviour in the green space.
Hubert Murphy Five 'prolific' individuals are in custody after a targeted campaign to take known criminals off the streets of Drogheda.
This year DCU students Beth Garry from Drogheda will be taking part in the DCU Media Production Society's annual 'DCUtv and Bank of Ireland 24 Hour Broadcast'.
Drogheda & District Chamber held their 12th Annual Business Excellence Awards in the Citynorth Hotel on Saturday with a crowd of over 250 heralding some magnificent winners.
A man who left another man unconscious after one punch to the head has been sentenced to four months in prison.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Cross Border Co-Operation and TD for Louth Declan Breathnach hosted a conference in Dundalk which brought together industry experts, members of the public and political representatives from both sides of the border to determine the key...
Drogheda Chamber of Commerce has announced activist and filmmaker Brendan Fay as keynote speaker at their upcoming Christmas lunch. on Friday 9th December in The d Hotel.
Hubert Murphy The issue of the disposal of used and unused syringes on the streets of Drogheda was highlighted again on Friday morning with a chilling discovery just yards from busy traffic on Shop Street.
Hubert Murphy Drogheda's annual Christmas Bonanza promises another magical weekend for people of all ages from Friday to Sunday next.
Hubert Murphy It has taken years, but the headache of getting out of Wheaton Hall is going to get a little bit better.
A volunteer with a heart of gold from the Drogheda Animal Rescue centre has been shortlisted for the Volunteer Ireland Awards.
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The Dominican Church in Drogheda has launched an €80,000 fundraising campaign to pay for repairs to the roof of the church. News
A young man who assaulted another man outside a Drogheda pub in an unprovoked attack after he drank whiskey has been... News
A meeting takes place in the D hotel next Monday night, 20 February at 8pm regarding the provision of new municipal playing... News
A mother-of-two smashed the glass partition in the public office of Drogheda Garda Station with her fists because she wanted to be re-... News
A pensioner who took issue with a company spreading slurry on land they owned near his older sister's house in Mid Louth admitted... News
Gardai in Dunleer are appealing for witnesses after a number of windows at St Brigid's Church in Dunleer were smashed by vandals over... News
Stark figures about the numbers of people waiting for medical care at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda have been... News
Louth County Council has no plans to fill in the old cement quarry on the North Road, it has been confirmed. News