National News

Irish Rail talks adjourned until morning

Talks aimed at resolving the dispute at Irish Rail have been adjourned for the night. The discussions at the Labour Relations Commission have been ongoing throughout the day and are aimed at averting more strikes at the company.It follows two...

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PSNI officers rapped over train death

Eight Police Service of Northern Ireland officers have been disciplined over their handling of a case where a missing vulnerable...

Monday, 01/09/14 - 11:10pm Read More

Transport Minister aims to avoid cuts to Irish Rail funding

Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe has said that he does not want to cut the government's subvention to Irish Rail any...

Monday, 01/09/14 - 4:43pm Read More

Defence Minister: Golan risk levels ‘not acceptable’

Defence Minister Simon Coveney has said that Irish troops deployed as part of the UN mission in the disputed Golan...

Monday, 01/09/14 - 4:22pm Read More

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McKevitt in fresh bid for remission

Real IRA leader Michael McKevitt has made a fresh bid for early release from prison, just minutes after his first...

Monday, 01/09/14 - 4:15pm Read More

High Court to hear bail application from Smithfield brawl accused

The High Court is due to hear a bail application for a man accused of taking part in a violent...

Monday, 01/09/14 - 3:52pm Read More

HSE records over 2,400 complaints of elder abuse in 2013

More than 2,400 complaints of elder abuse were received by health chiefs last year - a 30% increase in six...

Monday, 01/09/14 - 3:41pm Read More

Garda to face trial on assault and theft charges

A Dublin-based garda, who denies claims he assaulted a man and stole money from him during an alleged incident last...

Monday, 01/09/14 - 3:05pm Read More

Tributes paid to Irish musician who drowned in Crete

A musician who died along with his partner as he tried to save him from drowning has been remembered as...

Monday, 01/09/14 - 1:15pm Read More

Irish Rail management confident of strike resolution; Unions want pay cuts frozen

Unions at Irish Rail say the only way strike action planned for next Sunday and Monday can be averted is...

Monday, 01/09/14 - 12:51pm Read More

Wexford News

Delays on N11 at Scarawalsh on Tuesday

Road works will be carried out on the N11 at Scarawalsh tomorrow, 2nd September.  Stop – Go traffic management will be in place and delays can be expected.

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High Court grants bail to man accused of Christmas Eve murder

A Wexford man accused of murdering a 48-year-old father of three outside his home on Christmas Eve has been granted...

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Dublin murder victim will be buried in Gorey tomorrow

St. Michael's Cemetery, Gorey, where Andy Connors will be laid to rest tomorrow afternoon.
ANDY CONNORS, (45), settled traveller and criminal, and father of six, who was shot a number of times when a masked...

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Gorey prepares for stage version ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’

The cast of the Raspers production of 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' rehearsing for next week's stage production at Gorey Little Theatre.
Great anticipation in theatrical circles as the Rasper Players are currently in the depths of rehearsals for their forthcoming production...

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Hero Garda in hit-and-run incident

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A GARDA from County Wexford who was recently hailed a hero after risking his life to save people in dramatic...

Thursday, 28/08/14 - 1:22pm Read More

Wexford teenager missing for four days

A teenage boy has gone missing from his home in Wexford.Gardaí are trying to find 16-year-old Seamus Ronan-John, who has...

Wednesday, 27/08/14 - 6:31pm Read More

London Wexford Association care for little Ciara (6)

Lucia Butler (from Clongeen) PRO for the London Wexford Association presented cheques to the mum, Deborah O'Farrell, with her two children, Ciara, and her brother, Cian.
    The London Wexford Association and Noel Swaine, Life-Vice President, have donated a generous amount of money to the...

Tuesday, 26/08/14 - 11:13pm Read More

Denis is model student at 70

Denis North. Pic: John Walsh
A NEW Ross man has created his own bit of history by passing his Leaving Certificate maths exam at the...

Friday, 22/08/14 - 8:26am Read More

Two-car crash at Ballygarrett

Gardai are investigating a two-car road traffic collision that occurred at a junction near Peig’s Bar at Ballygarrett just after...

Thursday, 21/08/14 - 7:28pm Read More

Residents to oppose Gorey housing development plan

Kilnahue Lane, on the outskirts of Gorey, where residents have concerns about planning for a major housing development.
Almost all residents on Kilnahue Lane, on the outskirts of Gorey, are expected to renew their objections to planning for...

Tuesday, 19/08/14 - 9:21pm Read More