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Louth Age-Friendly Business Consumer Fair in Dundalk this Sunday

A Louth Age-Friendly Business Consumer Fair will take this Sunday from 12 noon to 5pm in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dundalk.

There will be 50 exhibitors present on the day with their products and services on display. 42 more words

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Undercover sting nets 5 prostitution arrests at 2 Clayton hotels

CLAYTON, MO (KPLR) – St. Louis County Police arrested several prostitutes during a summer sting at two Clayton hotels.

Charging documents indicate that two women and one man were arrested in July at 100 Carondelet Plaza, the address of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel.   137 more words


Sinn Féin to host public meeting in Dundalk tonight

Sinn Féin will hold a public meeting at 7.30pm tonight in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk.

The meeting will be addressed by the party’s candidates in the forthcoming election, Deputy Gerry Adams TD and Cllr Imelda Munster. 24 more words


Holistic and Psychic Fair in the Crowne Plaza this Sunday

Holistic Fairs Ireland will host a Holistic and Psychic Fair this coming Sunday in the Crowne Plaza Hotel Dundalk.

The event runs from 11am to 6pm and will feature over 40 exhibitors showcasing holistic therapies, health products, crystals, aura photography, handmade jewellery, angel shops, massage, reiki, reflexology, handmade candles, soaps and skincare. 23 more words

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Crowne Plaza to host wedding showcase next month

The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dundalk will host their wedding showcase on Sunday September 13th from 2pm to 5pm.

You are invited along on the day to see how the hotel could look for your big day, with the wedding team on hand to answer all your questions.

All are invited to attend.


First three names on panel for Na Piarsaigh's Night of Sport revealed

Local GAA club Na Piarsaigh recently revealed the first three names on the panel for its ‘A Night of Sport’ event in the Crowne Plaza Hotel later this month. 129 more words

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Trunk Show

When in the course of human events you’ve been rejected from one of your favorite shows for three years running, you can either (a) accept that it’s one of the hardest shows in the country to get into and try again next year, (b) curse the injustice and inhumanity of it all and wallow in self-pity, or (c) experiment with something completely different. 404 more words