National News

Political leaders have been paying tribute to Martin McGuinness

An emotional Martin McGuinness spoke to friends and comrades in Derry this evening. “I’ll be a republican ’till the day I die and I’m going to work for Sinn Féin ’till the day I die,” he said. “I’ll always be...

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‘No indication’ of Irish citizens caught up in avalanche in Italy

The Department of Foreign Affairs says they have no indication of any Irish citizens caught up in the deadly avalanche...

Thursday, 19/01/17 - 8:23pm Read More

Charlie Flanagan: North’s parties must emulate McGuinness’ efforts

Foreign Minister Clarlie Flanagan has urged the parties in the North to emulate Martin McGuinness’ political legacy. Paying tribute to...

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Shane Ross: Bus Éireann’s €6m losses unsustainable

The Transport Minister Shane Ross has said the losses in Bus Éireann, of €6m a year, are unsustainable. Details of...

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DUP’s ‘antipathy to all things Irish’ disappointing, says McGuinness

Martin McGuinness, who this evening resigned from frontline politcis, has said that the DUP’s “abysmal” response to the renewable heating...

Thursday, 19/01/17 - 7:10pm Read More

Martin McGuinness will not seek reelection; ill-health forced his hand

Martin McGuinness has announced that he will not run for reelection to the North’s Assembly, to concentrate on recovering from...

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Simon Coveney: 15 new areas may get rent caps soon

The Housing Minister Simon Coveney has said rent caps could be introduced in 15 new areas as soon as possible....

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Nama boss Frank Daly details Anglo board meetings

Nama chairman Frank Daly has told Sean Fitzpatrick’s trial about a number of board meetings he attended with him before...

Thursday, 19/01/17 - 5:16pm Read More

DUP adviser caught up in ‘cash for ash’ row resigns

Democratic Unionist special adviser Andrew Crawford, who has been accused of exerting influence in the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme in...

Thursday, 19/01/17 - 4:46pm Read More

Hard Brexit will lead to 40,000 job losses in Ireland, economist warns

Around 40,000 people will lose their jobs in Ireland because of Theresa May’s hard Brexit plan, the Irish Government’s chief...

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Wexford News

Calls to invest Senan’s sale into local mental health services

An emergency motion calling on the Health Minister Simon Harris, TD, to ring-fence funds gained from the sale of St Senans for a 24/7 mental health service in County Wexford was passed at Monday’s meeting of Wexford County Council. The...

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Women’s Refuge extends thanks

THE KIND-HEARTEDNESS of the people in the community has been remarked upon by volunteers at Wexford Women’s Refuge, which, they...

Tuesday, 17/01/17 - 11:33am Read More

Report sought into mystery of roadworks

A FULL report has been requested into works being carried out on the Ardcavan approach road to Wexford town for...

Tuesday, 17/01/17 - 11:31am Read More

Dialysis unit to go ahead

AFTER A number of false starts and disappointments, dialysis treatment is set to soon become available locally for patients in...

Tuesday, 17/01/17 - 11:18am Read More

Family’s double blow as Maurice and Marie pass away

SADNESS DESCENDED upon the Sinnott family of Wexford town and their many friends in the community on not one but...

Tuesday, 17/01/17 - 10:58am Read More

Elections race is On in Barntown

TENSIONS ARE simmering in the Barntown area as the race is on between six candidates vying to be crowned Mayor...

Tuesday, 17/01/17 - 10:55am Read More

Alfie helps seize cigarettes

OVER €32,500 worth of cigarettes was seized by Revenue Officers at Rosslare Europort recently, thanks to the assistance of detector...

Tuesday, 17/01/17 - 10:53am Read More

Local link as Seán dances with the stars

FOR THE first time this week, Wexford fans of RTÉ ratings-topper series Dancing With the Stars will have the chance...

Tuesday, 17/01/17 - 10:51am Read More

Lions show support for local artists

ONE OF the most popular annual events at Wexford Arts Centre will be officially opened this Saturday. Now in its...

Tuesday, 17/01/17 - 10:49am Read More

Free digital skills training

WOULD YOU like to learn digital skills? If so, check out the Community Training & Education Centre (CTEC) at ctecwexford.ie....

Tuesday, 17/01/17 - 10:47am Read More