- Strike averted: country’s main airports to remain open Friday
- 'Size of investigation' delays cases of eight charged in connection to fatal attack on Dale Creigthon
- Judge gives extra time to complete evidence in Anglo bank fraud case
- Kenny vows all penalty point recommendations will be implemented
- ‘We are fearing the worst at this stage’
Byrne to seek Euro nomination
Fianna Fáil Senator Thomas Byrne has announced that he will seek the Fianna Fáil party nomination to run in the upcoming European Elections in the constituency of Ireland Midlands North West.
Councillor's property tax stance 'a bit rich'
Casey-Jayne's nine-year wait is over for pump
A DUNLEER teenager waited nine years for an insulin pump that has 'changed her life'.
Council to ask OPW if Ardee is 'high risk' category of flooding
ARDEE Town Council is to write to the OPW asking if the town is in the 'high risk' category in relation to future flooding.
No winner of last week's jackpot,so this weeks big prize is €3,100 and and with St Patrcks day coming up they are going to pay out at least €750 to the bonus flyer winner . Bingo starts at 8pm in Ardee parish centre every Friday night.
Fence beside 20ft drop held up with cable ties
A TRAGEDY is waiting to happen after it was discovered that a fence, held up with cable ties, was the only thing preventing a 20ft drop onto concrete below.
Half of Lourdes beds occupied by the elderly
OVER HALF the beds in Our Lady of Lourdes hospital are occupied by patients over 75 years of age, according to figures revealed during a meeting between hospital mangement and TD Gerry Adams.
Drink driver banned after crashing into wall
A DRINK driver who crashed into a wall, causing over €3,000 worth of damage, has been put off the road for six years after the district court heard he had previous for a similar offence.
Eason's to quit after 20 years
EASON'S IS quitting Drogheda after more than 20 years, with the loss of seven jobs. According to a spokesman for the national chain of bookshops, the decision to close was prompted after Drogheda Town Centre needed the current location for its cinema, and there was nowhere to move the loss-making store in the centre of town.
Suretank success hailed by Minister
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD has described Dunleer firm Suretank as a 'extraordinary success story' and wants to see other firms in Ireland follow their lead.