Eoin is an MEP for a day

WEXFORD WAS represented in the European Parliament in recent days, as a St. Peter’s College student delivered an impressive address to fellow delegates at a unique event for students in schools across the 28 EU member states. Eoin Pinaqui (17)...

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€1/2m funding for County Wexford tourism projects

NICHE TOURISM projects in County Wexford are set to benefit, following the announcement that €500,000 of LEADER Programme grant aid is to be made available to them over the coming months. Wexford Local Development (WLD) CEO Brian Kehoe made the...

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What will Wexford look like in 2040?

HOW WOULD you like County Wexford to look 23 years’ time from now, in 2040? Earlier this month, Taoiseach Enda...

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Taking a stand for our trains

LOCAL ACTIVISTS and members of the community keen to ensure the continued survival of the Dublin – Rosslare rail line...

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My father still experiences racial abuse – Lee Chin

LOCAL HURLING hero Lee Chin has highlighted the racial abuse he said his father still occasionally experiences in Wexford, despite...

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Wexford Festival up for awards

A HIGHLY-coveted International Opera Award may be on its way to the town, after Wexford Festival Opera received a nomination...

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Doreen leads call for inquests into maternal deaths

A WEXFORD woman who was directly affected by maternal issues is leading the charge to have automatic inquests in the...

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Prevention a priority, but still no out-of-hours suicide nurse specialist for County Wexford?

FOLLOWING THE tragic passing in recent weeks of a number of individuals in the wider Wexford community, the Health Services...

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ESB funds fuel Carnsore community

A PRE-SCHOOL, a day care centre and a community hall in south County Wexford have all benefited from awards presented...

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Is demand for ferry trains insufficient?

AS A threat to its continued existence hangs over the Dublin – Rosslare rail route, a spokesperson for Irish Rail...

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Prime premises on sale for €780k

A PROMINENT North Main Street premises which was seized by bailiffs during a high-profile legal dispute in April last year...

Tuesday, 07/02/17 - 11:22am Read More

MABS supports people dealing with debt

AN OFFICER at Wexford’s Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS) has called upon any person in the community struggling with...

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An expansion of excellence at Waters

THERE WAS excitement afoot at the IDA Business Park in Drinagh, recently, as an expanded Manufacturing Centre of Excellence was...

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Benches mean buddies at St. Fintan’s N.S.

CHILDREN LOOKING for a friend to play with can now try the power of fabulous new ‘buddy benches’ which were...

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Malcolm Byrne wants to contest the next General Election

Cllr Malcolm Byrne has announced that he is to again seek a nomination to contest the next General Election on...

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Cyclist lucky to be alive after hit-and-run

GARDAI ARE appealing for any witnesses to a hit-and-run road traffic collision which left a father-of-two in hospital with a...

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John highlights mental health

A GROUP of Wexford people have joined forces to create a new flyer, spreading information of mental health services available...

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Howlin urges Kenny to skip White House

LABOUR LEADER Brendan Howlin has called on the Taoiseach Enda Kenny to skip this year’s St. Patrick’s Day visit, saying...

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Wexford’s young entrepreneurs compete

YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS from across County Wexford will pit their business acumen against some of the south-east’s brightest young minds at...

Tuesday, 31/01/17 - 11:18am Read More

Is smoky coal making Wexford stink?

A TAX on smoky coal has been called for by a concerned Wexford resident who recently posted his opinion on...

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