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The Bose Plant in Carrickmacross has been sold

The Bose Plant in Carrickmacross has been sold. The sale was confirmed yesterday to a Chinese buyer, who has selected Carrickmacross as its European base....

UPDATE: The HSE’s Chief Information Officer is resigning

  The HSE's Chief Information Officer is resigning. The executive says Richard Corbridge's decision to leave has nothing to do with the news that thousands of...

‘New initiative will help bring local crafts to a wider audience’

'A new creative initiative in Cavan will create a wider pool of support for local craft producers'. That's according to Jim Fox who's the Assistant...

Households will soon face increased electricity bills

Households will soon be faced with increased electricity bills as the PSO levy goes up. It was recently announced that the Public Service Obligation (PSO)...

Cavan man jailed for assault on partner – despite her pleas to let him...

A Cavan man has been jailed for two years for assaulting his partner, despite her pleas to the Judge to let him go free. 38...

Number signing on locally at highest level since October

The number of people signing on the live register locally has increased by over 200 (212) and is now at its highest level since...

Cavan teen’s home after European Youth Olympic Festival success

A Cavan teen is home after taking bronze at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Hungary. Jade Williams secured a bronze medal for Ireland in...

Public meeting to discuss community development in Cavan tonight

The Cavan Public Participation Network is holding the last of its public engagement events tonight. Tonight's meeting will discuss economic and local community development, with...

HSE computer glitch leads to wrong x-ray and ultrasound results for patients

Patients who've had x-rays or ultrasounds are warned they could have been given the wrong results. A glitch in the HSE's computer system has caused...

New tourism initiative being launched in Virginia today

Craft producers in Cavan are embarking on an ambitious new tourism initiative. The 'Creative Connections' strategy is being pioneered by the Local Enterprise Offices in...

Latest Sports

Monaghan Face Tyrone in Ulster Championship

Monaghan face Ulster Champions Tyrone in their opening fixture of the 2018 Ulster championship. Malachy O’Rourke’s side were the last team out of the hat...

Monaghan Motorclub awards night

With the majority of the motorsport action winding up for the year the attention now turns to the presentation nights with Monaghan Motor club...

GAA championship draw for 2018 on tonight

The championship draw for 2018 will take place tonight, Ulster remains the only open draw with the first teams out in the preliminary round...

Recent Obituaries

Christine Carville (nee Owen)

Christine Carville (nee Owen) 5 Church Hill Road, Annyart, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan. Thursday, October, 19th peacefully at her residence. Reposing at her residence tomorrow...

Jackie Quinn

Jackie Quinn. 111 Tassagh, Co. Armagh Thursday, October, 19th suddenly. Beloved husband of Eileen and loving father of John, Ronan and Leona. Remains leaving his late...

John Brady.

John Brady. 1 Drumnaveil, Cootehill and formerly of Tullyard, Kill, Cootehill, Co. Cavan. Thursday, October, 19th peacefully at the Lisdarn care unit for the elderly. Reposing...

Latest Podcasts

Ireland’s strongest woman has her sights set on global stage!

Ireland's strongest woman will soon be heading off to compete on the global stage in the US! Sharon Williamson from Monaghan was crowned Ireland's Strongest...

HEAR MORE: Monaghan Councillor has concerns about Syrian refugees being housed in the County

Syrian refugees are to be housed in Monaghan. Monaghan County Council recently announced that 20 families were to be rehoused in the area in early...

Historical Irish Storms

As Storm Ophelia got ready to hit Ireland yesterday, Local historian Sinead O'Reilly looked back on some other Irish storms which have caused havoc...