National News

Garda support scrambled to ‘large-scale’ Finglas fight

Gardaí remain at the scene of a large- scale fight in the Finglas area of Dublin last night. It's understood armed Gardaí and the air support helicopter were deployed to the scene after two groups got involved in a row...

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SVP labels higher energy levy a ‘regressive tax’

The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul has slammed a higher-than-expected increase in the PSO levy on electricity bills.Last month...

Tuesday, 29/07/14 - 6:41am Read More

Meeting in Tipperary to tackle drug abuse

Up to a thousand people turned out last night for a public meeting to tackle drug abuse in Roscrea in...

Tuesday, 29/07/14 - 12:54am Read More

Education system in Ireland ‘far from free’

Barnardos says the government must do more to ensure equal access to education for all children regardless of their parent's...

Tuesday, 29/07/14 - 12:49am Read More

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Technology to detect preeclampsia in pregnancy

An Irish biotech startup company will join forces with the Mayo Clinic in the United States to licence and develop...

Tuesday, 29/07/14 - 12:46am Read More

Customs seize €60,000 worth of tranquiliser tablets

Three men are being questioned after customs officers seized €60,000 worth of tranquiliser tablets.It follows the discovery of around 30,000...

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Lowest earners could get refundable tax credits of up to €1,000 euro a year

People who don't earn enough money to get the benefit of their income tax credits should be given a refund...

Monday, 28/07/14 - 10:32pm Read More

Man convicted of €1.9m cannabis possession sees sentence reduced

A Dublin man has had the amount of jail time he will serve for the possession of nearly €2m worth...

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Man given five life sentences for rape to hear outcome of sentence appeal in October

A Polish man must await the outcome of his appeal against the five life sentences imposed on him for the...

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Sex offender using Twitter to claim he works for One Direction

The Director of Public Prosecutions has asked for an order preventing a convicted sex offender from contacting children online after...

Monday, 28/07/14 - 6:17pm Read More

Wexford News

Artist Paul Funge to have a Gorey road named in his honour

Gorey’s newest road linking the roundabout on the Enniscorthy road with the roundabout on The Avenue, constructed to facilitate access to Tesco Extra Gorey is to be named in honour of Gorey’s famous artist, the late Paul Funge. Cllr John...

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Gorey singer Kiera Byrne set to launch a new CD on Sunday

Kiera Byrne made her name as a competent performer when becoming a finalist in ‘The Voice of Ireland’ on RTE television,...

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Ciara’s dream of a normal life

THE FAMLY of a bubbly and bright six-year-old girl who suffers from a debilitating illness are seeking help to fundraise...

Tuesday, 22/07/14 - 3:47pm Read More

Former garda is sentenced

A WELL-KNOWN former garda who duped a number of people in his local area into lending him over €50,000 received...

Tuesday, 22/07/14 - 3:15pm Read More

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Assault led to brother’s death

A YOUNG man charged with the manslaughter of his older brother in June 2011 was found guilty by a jury...

Tuesday, 22/07/14 - 12:46pm Read More

Garda hailed a hero following river rescue

A GARDA from the New Ross area is being hailed a hero after dramatically rescuing a man from the estuary...

Tuesday, 22/07/14 - 12:45pm Read More

Anti-pylon march for New Ross

AN ANTI-pylon march will take place in New Ross on Sunday, August 3, at 5 p.m. The event will begin...

Tuesday, 22/07/14 - 12:39pm Read More

Local student set for American elections

A LOCAL third level student from New Ross is currently in Washington D.C., as part of the Washington Ireland Program...

Tuesday, 22/07/14 - 12:38pm Read More

No tickets for Wexford supporters

WEXFORD’S GLORIOUS hurling summer has been soured with the news that the vast majority of its much celebrated supporters are...

Tuesday, 22/07/14 - 10:29am Read More

Shop Owner (76) beaten after theft of jewellery

AN ELDERLY man’s jaw was broken in a vicious assault which occurred in his jewellery shop in Enniscorthy on Wednesday,...

Thursday, 17/07/14 - 10:29am Read More