Wednesday 22 November 2017

Cafe plans at Tesco

Developers Wanze Properties (Dundalk) Ltd, have applied for planning permission to put in a cafe on the first floor of the new Tesco superstore being built at the site of the demolished Dundalk Shopping Centre.

An application for change of use of c 170m² of the first floor retail anchor store to cafe and all associated ancillary development works and services was lodged with Dundalk Town Council this week.


THE Friary Church in Anne Street was targeted in a break-in on Thursday night or Friday morning.

Glass in the front door was smashed but the thief cut their hand on it and was unable to get at the Mass offerings they were after. Gardai have taken forensic samples from the scene.

And St. Nicholas Monastery School was the subject of a burglary on the same night when a window at the school was broken and shovels were stolen.


The Louth Bee Keepers' Association continue their lecture programme with a talk on 'Queen Rearing'by Keith Pierce in the Teagasc Centre, Dublin Road, Dundalk, on Thursday, April 17, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Membership Cards will be available on the night.


THE historic final meeting of Dundalk Town Council will take place on May 20, just days before the local elections set to transform local government.


OVER HALF of household septic tanks inspected by Local Authorities have failed first inspection.

Local Authority inspectors in Carlow, Limerick, Louth, Meath and Westmeath completed all of the inspections allocated to them for the first year of the plan to date.

The EPA will review the plan again after July 2014. This review will include an assessment of the information gathered from the inspections and the response to the awareness raising campaign.

The Argus

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