From the moment the big hairy man aggressively grabbed my knee on the northern line*, I knew I was in for a treat. It’s not every day you get to spend time at a top ad agency learning about the industry (trust me I’d know, given my impressive collection of rejection emails), and not even borderline assault was going to derail me. 396 more words
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The chairman of the Louth Economic Forum, Padaic White, has joined the board of UTV Ireland.
UTV are planning to enter the Irish television market in January 2015 with an application submitted to the Broadcast Authority of Ireland recently. 155 more words
This is the scene on the Kilcurry to Toberona Road this morning as a tree has fallen, completely blocking the road.
The fallen tree is against a local house and has been confirmed to have caused damaged to a wall and possibly the house itself. 32 more words
Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams has openly questioned the Smithwick Tribunal report on local radio this morning.
Speaking on LMFM, the local TD said he doesn’t believe there was Garda collusion in the murder of RUC officers Chief Supt Harry Breen and Supt Bob Buchanan in March in 1989. 448 more words
Louth County Council is to look into ways of providing funding for the Men’s Sheds facilities in the county.
The facility for retired and semi-retired men has been operating here for a number of years having been founded in Australia but funding for the venture is due to expire at the end of the year. 31 more words
Louth County Council chairman Cllr Declan Breathnach will travel to Stormont today to try and rally support from the Northern Irish executive to keep the Narrow Water Bridge project on track. 185 more words