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Talking Newspapers – Lions Club

Dundalk Lions Club would like to let people know that the ‘Talking Newspapers’ service continues for the visually impaired. Each week, members of the Lions Club read and record articles from The Argus and Dundalk Democrat onto CDs.

These CDs are then distributed in custom-made wallets to listeners in various parts of Co. Louth. Listeners can reverse the address labels in the wallets for return to the Lions Club. An Post does not charge for delivery or return of the wallets so there is no cost to the listeners. Dundalk Lions Club provides the CDs free of charge.

CDs are usually posted on Wednesday
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Cuchulainn CC hosted the Louth Hill Climb Championships

Competitive action returned to Dundalk after a long Covid induced break on Thursday last, when Cuchulainn CC hosted the Louth Hill Climb Championships. The championships were held on Jenkinstown Hill, which is 1.7km long, with an average gradient of 8% and has 136m of elevation gain.

The biggest surprise of the night was when under 14 rider Rhiannon Dolan of Cuchulainn CC won the ladies event in a time of 7min 38seconds. She had 8 seconds to spare over local triathlete Lorraine Dunne
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Hong Kong tycoon to visit Dundalk as plans for new city progress

Up to 15,000 Hong Kongers could relocate to Co. Louth if the development gets the green light.

Plans to build a new city for thousands of Hong Kong residents in Co. Louth have taken a step forward.

It’s proposed that up to 15,000 Hong Kongers would relocate to a newly built development called “Nextpolis” near Dundalk over the next five years.

The development would take place on a 50 square kilometre area of land, making it the country’s fifth largest city.

The Irish Independent also reports that Chinese billionaire Ivan Ko, chief executive of the Victoria Harbour Group (VHG), is set to visit
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