National News

Phil Hogan faces EU Commissioner vote today

MEPs in the European Parliament in Strasbourg will vote today on the new team of EU Commissioners. The incoming president of the European Commission Jean -Claude Juncker will outline the political priorities of his College of Commissioners for the next...

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Fourth puppy rescued from Cork mineshaft

The story of four puppies stranded in a Cork mineshaft ended happily today.Three of the puppies were rescued earlier and...

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Nora Hyland inquest returns verdict of medical misadventure

A verdict of medical misadventure has been returned at the inquest of a woman who died at the National Maternity...

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Doctor and wife on trial for unauthorised importation of medicines

A DUBLIN based doctor had no idea he was breaking the law by importing medicines from Bangladesh without authorisation, a...

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Murder trial ‘first ever Irish case to mention tracking device’

The trial of three men charged with murdering dissident republican Peter Butterly is "the first case in the history of...

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Jury retires in trial of nurse accused of murdering her mother on Christmas Day

The jury in the trial of a nurse accused of murdering her mother in Dublin on Christmas Eve 2010 has...

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Cosgrave’s headstone broken by vandals

The headstone on the grave of Ireland's first head of the Free State, William T Cosgrave, has been smashed in...

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Jail for Laois man who began sexually assaulting step-daughter when she was 10

A Laois man who raped and sexually assaulted his step-daughter over an eight-year period has today received a 12-year prison...

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Taoiseach: I have every confidence in Irish Water chief

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said today that he has "every confidence" in the chief executive of Irish Water.His comments follow today's...

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Garda accused of harassing woman brought before court

A garda accused of harassing a woman has been brought before Dublin Circuit Criminal Court on foot of a bench...

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Wexford News

First Gorey fringe event for the Wexford Opera Festival

Geraldine Blake with kids, Emily and Gracie Kirkland, at the opening of Market House Fesign.
Geraldine Blake, with kids, Emily and Gracie Kirkland enjoying the exhibition at Market House Design. Market House Design, an initiative of Gorey Chamber of Commerce and Wexford County Council opened its second exhibition last Tuesday, ‘A Celebration of Place’ performed...

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Major public protest against water charges in Gorey next Saturday

Disruptions are expected in Gorey for a public protest march against water charges taking place in the town next Saturday...

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Allegations of abuse against Christian Brother

A Christian Brother and former teacher at the Wexford secondary school run by the religious order is the subject of...

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Rugby club in major Allianz deal

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A MAJOR new sponsorship agreement has been made between Allianz Ireland and New Ross Rugby Club (NRRFC). The deal, which...

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Second attempted armed robbery in six months

Gardai are this week continuing to investigate an attempted armed robbery at Barrack Street Post Office last Friday morning. This...

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Inquest held 15 years after man goes missing

Over 15 years after he was reported missing an inquest into the death of Kilmore native Patrick Gallagher was held...

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Fears over future of new respite unit

LESS THAN three months after the doors opened on the new respite unit ‘An Tearmann’, in St. John’s Community Hosiptal,...

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Man killed by train in Wexford

A man has been killed by a train in Co Wexford today. The incident happened just before 1pm south of...

Tuesday, 21/10/14 - 3:57pm Read More

House prices on the rise

AN ENNISCORTHY auctioneer predicts a “very positive year ahead in 2015” due to soaring house prices in the county. Figures...

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Public meeting could go up in flames

A PUBLIC meeting due to be held in New Ross this evening could prove to be a volatile and fiery...

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