Local Councillor Tomás Sharkey has hit out at the “dangerous situation” that has developed at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda and called on the HSE to change their policies which led to services being cut at other local hospitals, including the Louth County Hospital in Dundalk. 205 more words
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Be aware of new recycling regulations
11 March, 2014 | By Andrew Bird
The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs recently published the long-awaited materials recovery facility regulations and a summary of responses from last year’s consultation. 449 more words
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Lib Dems offer councils devolution route
10 March, 2014 | By Mark Smulian
The Liberals want to try to reintroduce regional government for some reason, despite it being a failed experiment under Labour. 505 more words
Three containers of diesel sludge have been found dumped at the ESB substation at Ballykelly on the Carrickmacross-Dundalk Road, close to Louth Village.
Louth County Council were notified of the discovery this morning, with experts on site shortly afterwards to deal with the problem. 74 more words
Dundalk Town Council held a special meeting in the Town Hall tonight regarding the rent arrears controversy.
The meeting, which was called by Town Council chairman Cllr Eamonn O’Boyle, gave councillors an update on how the investigation is progressing and how many have been affected. 76 more words
Disturbed by Mayor Johanson’s proposal to reduce the number of elected members, and create a new type of full-time paid politician, I wrote the following to the Editor of the City North Messenger: 205 more words