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Deposit Return Scheme

Under the new Deposit Return Scheme, when the consumer buys an 'in scope' drink from the retailer featuring the Re-turn logo, they pay a small deposit in addition to the ...
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Small projects, new opportunities!

The North-West Europe Programme will launch the first small scale project call for proposals in February, with a deadline of 12th July 2023. Small scale projects are an opportunity to ...
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EU Tariff Suspension and Quota Scheme

Minister Dara Calleary has announced a new round of the tariff suspensions/quota schemes and is calling for applications from manufacturers in the industrial, agricultural and related sectors. Deadline for applications ...
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New World Chambers Federation Council members reflect commitment to diversity

With 13 women set to serve on the council, it is the most gender diverse in WCF history. The final composition of the General Council sees representation from all parts ...
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French ambassador visits Dundalk

The French ambassador Vincent Guerend had a busy day in Dundalk on Wednesday visiting DkIT, the County Council and the Chamber with his two assistants Delphine Tessier and Claire Godard ...
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Major Cross-Border Trade Conference Launches

A major FREE Cross-Border Trade Conference, jointly hosted by Newry and Dundalk Chambers and with sponsors including InterTradeIreland has been launched for 2023. It will be held on Wednesday 8th ...
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Register for the Dundalk Chamber Cross Border Tourism Conference

Now is the time to book your free place or stand at a Major Tourism Conference titled “Growing your visitors - Learning from the best”. Organized by Dundalk Chamber of ...
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Digital Marketing Specialist

Dundalk Chamber is looking for a Digital Marketing Specialist with a strong commercial understanding to bring some fresh thinking and take our digital marketing to the next level and implement ...
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Uisce Éireann celebrates 10th year of its sponsorship of the Green Schools Water Theme

Uisce Éireann has confirmed its continued sponsorship of An Taisce’s Green-Schools programme to support schools working to gain a Green Flag under the water theme. Now in its tenth year ...
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It’s not too late to get vaccinated

Public Health Area A (Cavan, Louth, Meath, Monaghan and North Dublin) is highlighting the high levels of flu, COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses in circulation in the community and is ...
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Six Sigma Green Belt Programme Places

We have 6 places remaining on the Six Sigma Green Belt programme. Delivered by DkIT, this is a QQI Level 7 programme delivered over 12 Tuesdays (6:30pm – 9:30pm), commencing 25th January ...
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Dundalk Chamber proud to announce that we have exceeded €2 million in sales of Shop Local Gift Vouchers for 2022

Una McGoey, President of Dundalk Chamber, is delighted to announce that sales have hit an unbelievable record of €2 million worth of Shop Local Gift Vouchers for 2022. That brings ...
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Chambers Ireland strongly supports the increased ambition of the Climate Action Plan

Speaking after the release of the Climate Action Plan 2023, Ian Talbot, Chambers Ireland’s Chief Executive said: “Putting our Climate Action Plan on a statutory footing is an important move ...
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Bar and Restaurant Sustainability

AIB have produced a sector specific guide for bar and restaurant sustainability. The guide looks at resource intensive areas including energy, waste, water and social sustainability. It looks at ‘hot spot’ ...
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PEACEPLUS Public Survey

County Louth has been given an indicative allocation of €4.6 million for its PEACEPLUS action plan 2021-2027. A Louth PEACEPLUS Partnership has been established to help design the new action ...
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Bad Weather to Continue

Remaining extremely cold through the week with widespread sharp to severe frosts and icy stretches. Some showers of hail, sleet and snow will occur, mainly near coasts. Temperatures as low ...
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Support Scheme for Renewable Heat

The Support Scheme for Renewable Heat is a government funded initiative designed to increase the energy generated from renewable sources in the heat sector. The scheme is open to commercial, ...
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The Green Transition Fund

The transition to a low carbon economy and achievement of a 51% reduction in emissions by 2030 across all sectors of the economy represents a whole-of-society challenge. Enterprise, along with ...
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Christmas Is Coming

Christmas will be a particularly happy time this year for most in Dundalk even with the challenges of the cost of living. The end of all COVID restrictions means that ...
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Treacherous Conditions and Travel Disruption

We have now entered a period of low temperature for at least the next five days. A national meeting of all agencies was held yesterday and the following should be ...
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