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Large rats have moved onto the green between Moneymore and Laurence's Park after a series of dumping incidents has left local residents dismayed at the actions of others.
Members of communities ravaged by illegal dumping must help the authority to stamp out the practice.
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital was busy as ever over the New Year with a number of new arrivals in the maternity ward.
During 2016, in an ongoing series of operations in the Louth area, targeted to disrupt the sale of illicit tobacco products in local markets, Revenue Officers seized over 124,500 cigarettes and 12.9kg of tobacco.
Hubert Murphy Will 2017 be the year when St Laurence's Gate is finally closed off to vehicular traffic?
Hubert Murphy Calls have been made for the speed van that's often located in Gormanston to be stationed in Julianstown to help reduce speed in the blocked up village.
Hubert Murphy It takes determination to take on a monster challenge - and when it comes to pure guts meet Stephen Geraghty - a one man wonder!
Hubert Murphy - The Diary What is going on with this water leak close to Sunday's Gate? The barriers have been up for weeks and still the water seems to be gushing out onto the road.
Hubert Murphy Drogheda is the only tolled town in the country and we must continue the campaign to have the toll at Donore interchange removed, Cllr Frank Godfrey said during a New Year's Day protest.
€10,500 in funding has been made available to deliver improved access to Mentrim Lake near Drumconrath which will benefit local and visiting anglers.
A new health and environment group has been set up in the North East, combining a number of organisations.
Flicking through the pictorial files recently I came across an image - Black and white, but still crisp - it was Frank McEwan and what a career and association with the town of Drogheda the man has enjoyed.
The Drogheda Cottage Market, hosted on the first Saturday of every month at St Peter's Church of Ireland hall on Peter Street has proved to be a runaway success - despite being just operational for 10 months.
Thomas McEvoy The recent UK referendum has left more questions than answers. The biggest question facing local businesses is what Brexit will look like. Only when answers to that begin to emerge, will we have any degree of certainty.
Kingsfield Construction are seeking permission for the change of use of the licensed premises/restaurant known as the Big Tree located at Main Street, Clogherhead, to residential accommodation.
In line with the Irish Red Cross strategy 'The Way to 2018', A Healthy Steps lifestyle programme was developed to help local Irish Red Cross Branches engage with their communities and in turn will enable healthy living in local communities across Ireland.
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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