National News

Hundreds of calls received by Dublin Fire Brigade

It's a busy night for the emergency services.Dublin Fire Brigade say they've received over 260 calls already this evening, which are mainly bonfire related.They've had 66 ambulance call outs, eight domestic house fires, eight large fires, three truck fires, and...

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Cork takeaway gutted by fire

A popular Italian takeaway in Cork has been gutted by fire this evening.The blaze broke out in Taste of Italy...

Friday, 31/10/14 - 8:34pm Read More

Three Kildare men sentenced for sex abuse of teenage girl

A Bray Wanderers footballer was one of three young Kildare residents to have received suspended sentences for the sexual abuse...

Friday, 31/10/14 - 8:32pm Read More

Varadkar ‘disappointed’ as hospital consultants reject pay proposals

The Health Minister Leo Varadkar has said patients are the real losers after doctors rejected a new proposal to end...

Friday, 31/10/14 - 6:51pm Read More

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Bail refused for man accused of stabbing Dublin star Cooper

Dublin GAA star Jonny Cooper was asleep and defenceless as he was repeatedly stabbed in the face and neck in...

Friday, 31/10/14 - 6:17pm Read More

Hospital consultants reject proposal to end pay dispute

Hospital consultants have overwhelmingly rejected a new proposal to end a pay dispute.Members of the Irish Medical Organisation voted by...

Friday, 31/10/14 - 5:10pm Read More

National Public Health Emergency Team plans further Ebola response test

A major exercise is being planned to test the country's readiness in the event of an outbreak of Ebola.The National...

Friday, 31/10/14 - 5:07pm Read More

Unions urge water protests backing

Five trade unions which have led the campaign to stop water charges have urged all members to join scores of...

Friday, 31/10/14 - 5:00pm Read More

Chaotic scenes as man is convicted of murder of Polish victim

There was uproar at the Central Criminal Court after a 40-year-old Co Clare man was convicted of murdering Piotr Nowakowski...

Friday, 31/10/14 - 4:58pm Read More

Government pledge extra €1m to tackle Ebola

The Government has announced an extra €1m for tackling Ebola.The funding is being provided to the new UN Mission for...

Friday, 31/10/14 - 4:48pm Read More

Wexford News

Water protests in all Wexford towns on Saturday

The scene in Gorey last Saturday where 300 anti-water charges protesters took to the Main Street. An even bigger turnout is expected tomorrow for the National Day of protest. Pic: Christy Farrell.
  Anti-water charges demonstrations will be held in all the major towns in Wexford tomorrow (Saturday) in support of the National Day Right2Water campaign which will have its biggest protest in Dublin. The protests in Wexford all start at 2...

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Image of late Wexford woman used in ‘violent and pornographic’ movie, court told

The High Court has heard the image of a missing Wexford woman was used without permission in a violent and...

Thursday, 30/10/14 - 5:07pm Read More

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...

Tuesday, 21/10/14 - 10:09pm Read More

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...

Tuesday, 21/10/14 - 9:49pm Read More

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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,...

Tuesday, 21/10/14 - 9:35pm Read More

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...

Tuesday, 21/10/14 - 2:21pm Read More

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...

Tuesday, 21/10/14 - 2:04pm Read More

Rugby club in major Allianz deal

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

Tuesday, 21/10/14 - 11:18am Read More

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...

Tuesday, 21/10/14 - 11:13am Read More