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Saturday 10 June 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Louth

Last week
28th May 2023 - 10th June 2023
# Gardaí
Man charged in murder investigation after woman found dead in Dundalk
The man is due to appear before Dundalk District Court this evening.
# Dundalk
Man arrested on suspicion of murder after fatal assault of a woman in Co Louth
Catherine Henry’s body was discovered in ‘unexplained circumstances’ in Dundalk last Wednesday.
# Pedestrian
Man in his 80s killed on Co Louth road yesterday evening
The driver of the car was uninjured.
Last month
May 2023
# Rebels
Eight-point haul from Brian Hurley helps Cork to crucial win over Louth
Armagh edge out Westmeath in Group 2 opener.
# Dundalk
Murder investigation launched following discovery of woman's body in Co Louth
The woman’s body was found at a residence in Dundalk, Co Louth, yesterday evening.
# hazardous waste
Cleanup operation underway in Louth after truck overturns, spilling battery acid and oil on N2
Louth county council said the battery acid and barrels of oil is considered to be of a significant volume.
# Missing
Search for 19-year-old stood down after body discovered in Dundalk
A body was recovered on Thursday.
# Five Star Dubs
Dublin lift 13th Leinster title in-a-row after Louth demoliton
Dessie Farrell’s side won on a scoreline of 5-21 to 0-15.
# Five Star Dubs
Dublin lift 13th Leinster title in-a-row after Louth demoliton
Dessie Farrell’s side won on a scoreline of 5-21 to 0-15.
# Puncher's chance
Time for the Wee County to dream big, says Louth ace Mulroy
With two finals in 63 years, Louth are eyeing up a giant-killing of Dublin.
April 2023
# Marathon
Louth advance to first Leinster final since 2010 after extra-time thriller against Offaly
Mickey Harte’s side won on a scoreline of 0-27 to 2-15 at Croke Park.
# Wrap
Down heap more pain on Donegal as they advance to Ulster semi-final
Louth and Kildare make progress in Leinster.
# Punishment
FAI confirm player's 5-year ban for 'assaulting a match official' during game in Co Louth
The incident took place during Sporting BJD FC’s game against Bay United FC in the North Eastern Football League on 6 April this year.
# Punishment
FAI confirm player's 5-year ban for 'assaulting a match official'
The incident took place during Sporting BJD FC’s game against Bay United FC in the North Eastern Football League on 6 April this year.
# Joe Biden
'Slán abhaile, Joe': Biden's historic visit in pictures
From Belfast to Ballina, here’s what Joe got up to this week.
# Gaffe
Meaning of 'Black and Tans' remark would have been clear to rugby fans, Biden spokesperson says
The error led to much humour online.
# The Wee County
An ancestral tribute and a mistaken reference to the Black and Tans: Biden 'comes home' to Louth
Biden spoke at Windsor Bar in Dundalk this evening.
# Incoming
A Dundalk walkabout and Ballina homecoming speech: What we know about Biden's trip next week
US President Joe Biden will travel to Ireland between 11 to 14 April next week.
March 2023
# wee county big win
Louth end 66-year losing streak to Cork as Mickey Harte's side continue promotion push
The Wee county came from behind to beat Cork for the first time since the 1957 All-Ireland final.
# Dundalk
Woman in her 70s dies in Co Louth house fire
She was pronounced deceased at the scene and no other injuries have been reported at this time.
# Sam Mulroy
Major setback for Louth as star forward ruled out for 12 weeks with injury
Mulroy tore his hamstring in last Sunday’s game against Kildare.
# Termonfeckin
Elderly man killed and second man seriously injured in Co Louth fire
The man, aged in his late 80s, was taken to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda where he was pronounced deceased.
# Wee County
Kildare woes continue as Louth make it three wins in a row
Mickey Harte’s team delivered their third consecutive victory in Division 2 of the Allianz Football League, as Kildare’s struggles continued.
# operation stratus
Drugs worth over €116,000 seized in Co Louth
The seizure was part of a targeted operation targeting the cultivation, sale and supply of drugs in the Drogheda and surrounding areas.
This year
# Round-Up
Monaghan end Rossies' run as Derry and Louth pick up away victories
Monaghan overcame Roscommon in Clones, while Derry and Louth defeated Kildare and Meath respectively in Division 2.
# Lisa Smith
UK Home Secretary challenges tribunal ruling over ex-soldier Lisa Smith who joined IS
Smith’s lawyers argue that she is entitled to be treated as a British citizen under the European Convention on Human Rights.
# Missing Person
Gardaí searching for teen girl missing from Co Louth
Anyone with information on Kayleigh’s whereabouts is asked to contact Drogheda Garda Station.
# Wrap
Tyrone bounce back against Donegal as Meath and Derry triumph
It was a busy afternoon in the Allianz football leagues.
# From The Harte
Harte defends O'Byrne Cup position: 'People who don't know what they're talking about'
The Louth manager addressed the recent controversy over withdrawals from the pre-season competition.
# Silverware
Longford forward's 3-3 key as Paddy Christie's side win O'Byrne Cup
They defeated Louth to lift the early-season silverware in Leinster.
# Dundalk
Teenager arrested following aggravated burglary in Co Louth
A man was allegedly assaulted by two males who had entered the property in the Dundalk area.
# Dundalk
Man found after missing from Dundalk since Sunday
The man has been located safe and well.
# Dundalk
Gardaí seize €1 million worth of cannabis in Louth raid
The seizure was made as part of Operation Tara.
Last year
# Central Criminal Court
Louth teenager gets three year detention for repeated abuse of his niece and cousin
He was 14 at the time of the offending, while the girls were aged between nine and 10.
# factcheck
Debunked: There isn't a secret UN army in Louth; the refugees in Carlingford are from Ukraine
Activists tried to film inside refugee accommodation
# Courts
Trial begins of man accused of murdering Cameron Reilly
The trial heard that on the night of his death, Cameron Reilly was with a group of people in a field outside Dunleer
# Gardaí
Gardaí seek information after footage shows cyclist hit by car in Dundalk
The incident involved a car and a bike.
# narrow water bridge
'Symbolic' cross-border bridge linking Louth to Down put out to tender
The Narrow Water Bridge will link the Mourne Mountains in Co Down and the Cooley Peninsula in Co Louth.
# Road Deaths
Motorcyclist and pedestrian die in separate road crashes in Louth and Tipperary
Gardaí are investigating both collisions.
# Louth
Two people arrested after infant admitted to hospital in a critical condition
The incident happened in Drogheda in September.