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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Free digital skills training

WOULD YOU like to learn digital skills? If so, check out the Community Training & Education Centre (CTEC) at ctecwexford.ie. The centre has been awarded €85,000 in funding from the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment for digital skills...

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Sheeran sings tribute to Wexford

SMASH-HIT singer / songwriter Ed Sheeran has penned a traditional Irish song in tribute to County Wexford, where his grandmother...

Tuesday, 17/01/17 - 10:45am Read More

Armed robbery strikes at Kilanerin

An armed robbery took place at Kilanerin Post Office and Shop today where staff were threatened, damage to property occurred,...

Friday, 13/01/17 - 5:28pm Read More

Good news for first-time buyers

North Wexford TD, Michael D’Arcy, has welcomed the commencement of the ‘Help to Buy Scheme’ which is designed to assist...

Tuesday, 10/01/17 - 2:56pm Read More

N11 clear after car caught fire

Gardai at Enniscorthy have confirmed that the traffic flow on the N11 between Camolin and Ferns was disrupted for a...

Saturday, 07/01/17 - 9:40pm Read More

Leaving home set me free – gay County Wexford expat

JUST OVER a year since the first same-sex marriages were registered in Ireland, following the introduction of marriage equality by...

Tuesday, 03/01/17 - 11:48am Read More

Man dies in farming accident

  A MAN in his 80’s has died in a farming accident in Adamstown, Co. Wexford. The accident occurred at...

Monday, 02/01/17 - 4:00pm Read More

Revenues top €120m at Pettitt group

ONE OF the largest employers in the South-East region, Wexford’s own family-owned Pettitt group, saw a six per cent rise...

Wednesday, 28/12/16 - 12:15pm Read More

Bishop leads Christmas celebrations

Religious ceremonies have triggered Christmas across the Diocese of Ferns and thousands have been attending the traditional church ceremonies. The...

Saturday, 24/12/16 - 10:17pm Read More

Liz from Carnew has the Golden receipt

A Carnew shopper in Gorey, Liz Antcliff is €500 richer for Christmas after producing the Golden Receipt. Ms Antcliff produced...

Saturday, 24/12/16 - 6:01pm Read More

Cheque for Talk To Tom

Thursday, 22/12/16 - 11:08pm Read More

Reindeer in danger in Gorey

Reindeer are playing havoc with the Christmas celebrations in Gorey. Firstly, the leaping quartet were unavailable to be launched with...

Thursday, 22/12/16 - 10:47pm Read More

Gardaí seize €11k worth of heroin, cannabis and other drugs

A MAJOR garda operation last Thursday morning saw drugs with an estimated street value of €11,000 seized at a number...

Tuesday, 20/12/16 - 11:16am Read More

Seeking support for babies ‘born too soon’

A BARNTOWN mother whose son was born prematurely, just as she was herself years earlier, has shared her story to...

Tuesday, 13/12/16 - 3:03pm Read More

Fire damages premises in Enniscorthy town centre

Two units of Enniscorthy Fire Service were called to an optician’s premises in Market Square, Enniscorthy, after smoke was noticed...

Wednesday, 30/11/16 - 5:55pm Read More

10,000 people came out to welcome Santa Claus to Gorey

The Christmas season got off to the perfect start when an estimated 10,000 people packed onto the Main Street on...

Wednesday, 30/11/16 - 12:16pm Read More

Problems with Gorey drinking water should soon be solved

A detailed examination of the water pipes at Creagh Demesne housing estate in Gorey conducted by Wexford County Council and...

Wednesday, 30/11/16 - 12:08pm Read More

Enniscorthy mourns William Trevor

                  The literary world has been devastated by the death of one...

Tuesday, 22/11/16 - 9:04pm Read More

No plan to reduce library staff

LIBRARY STAFF throughout County Wexford were represented in New Ross last week at a special meeting convened to discuss possible...

Tuesday, 22/11/16 - 2:00am Read More