‘You have to back yourself’ – Wexford’s globally successful dementia researcher

A WEXFORD native who recently became one of 15 young female science researchers from across the globe to gain UNESCO recognition and receive an International Rising Talent fellowship is on a mission to encourage other young people to follow their...

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Outfoxed!

  A MEMBER of New Ross Golf Club has spoken to the Echo about how he was taken completely by surprise when playing a round recently as a wild fox approached him at the third hole. Declan Clarke, from Camross,...

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Exhibition shows creativity in a ‘Crocodile Sky’

STRIKING WORKS of art and poetry will adorn the walls of Wexford County Council until May 19th, thanks to works...

Tuesday, 18/04/17 - 12:15pm Read More

Conferences explore how Brexit will hit Wexford

HOW BREXIT is likely to impact on County Wexford was discussed at two well-attended seminars hosted in Wexford recently by...

Tuesday, 18/04/17 - 12:10pm Read More

Varadkar acknowledges Wexford’s struggles

WEXFORD TD Mick Wallace has welcomed the acknowledgment of a Government Minister tipped to be the next Taoiseach that Wexford...

Tuesday, 18/04/17 - 12:05pm Read More

Companies invited to join in Job Shadow Day

THE POSITIVE contribution which people with disabilities can make in the workplace is set to be highlighted once again this...

Tuesday, 11/04/17 - 12:23pm Read More

Donard kids are Irish champs

CHILDREN FROM Donard National School have been crowned winners of the 26th annual Credit Union Schools Quiz competition after emerging...

Thursday, 06/04/17 - 1:07am Read More

Local documentary wins major award

A SHORT documentary film about St. Mary’s Church, in New Ross, that was created by young people involved in a...

Thursday, 06/04/17 - 1:05am Read More

Campaign urges all to ‘Ask’

THERE AREN’T too many occasions throughout the year when Minister of State Paul Kehoe, Wexford County Council Chief Executive Tom...

Tuesday, 04/04/17 - 12:57pm Read More

Wexford’s enterprising students excel at exhibit

SIX LOCAL teenagers are getting set to represent County Wexford at Croke Park in May, but, rather than practicing their...

Tuesday, 04/04/17 - 12:39pm Read More

Account opened for Cahill family

A GROUP calling itself the Friends of the Cahill Family (FOTCF) has opened an account in New Ross to assist...

Thursday, 23/03/17 - 10:22am Read More

Capt. Fitzpatrick helped in Wexford searches

THE WHOLE country was shocked by the incident that unfolded in the West of Ireland last week that saw four...

Thursday, 23/03/17 - 10:20am Read More

From the rain to the kitchen

FOLLOWING ON from the very successful production of ‘Singin’ in the Rain’, New Ross Musical Society will be staging a...

Thursday, 23/03/17 - 10:15am Read More

Festival set to celebrate Wexford’s flower power

THE GARDENS and flowers of County Wexford will be celebrated at a special fiftieth anniversary festival taking place in the...

Tuesday, 21/03/17 - 12:15pm Read More

Davy demands: don’t drink and drive

WEXFORD SENIOR Hurling Manager Davy Fitzgerald is urging young men not to drink and drive, as figures released recently show...

Tuesday, 21/03/17 - 12:12pm Read More

Solemn memorial for Magdalenes

A SOLEMN and poignant tribute was paid at the weekend to the women and children who were incarcerated in the...

Friday, 10/03/17 - 1:47pm Read More

Mel will be Grand Marshal

THE GRAND Marshal of this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New Ross will be United Striders Athletic Club legend,...

Friday, 10/03/17 - 1:45pm Read More

Zeebrugge – 30 years on

IT WAS 30 years go, this month, that the infamous Zeebrugge ferry disaster occurred. In many ways it’s hard to...

Friday, 10/03/17 - 1:44pm Read More

MRI Now €21,000 closer at Wexford General

WEXFORD GENERAL Hospital is now almost €21,000 closer to obtaining a important piece of diagnostics equipment, thanks to the very...

Tuesday, 07/03/17 - 11:48am Read More

Wexford woman wins arboretum award

A WEXFORD woman was presented with an award at a glitzy ceremony in Carlow at the weekend. The local Arboretum...

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