Minutes away from Tunisian terror

A WELL-KNOWN Wexford businesswoman was just minutes away from the location of a terrorist attack in Sousse, Tunisia where a lone gunman opened fire on a beach, killing at least 38 tourists, including three Irish, and injuring many more. Kathryn...

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Further expansion at Nutricia plant

A PLANNING application lodged by Nutricia Infant Nutrition Ltd. (Danone) for the expansion of their plant at Roxborough, Maudlintown has raised hopes that there will be further jobs created in the business in the future. The application comes just seven...

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Irish Pride debt sold but staff still waiting

OVER 120 workers are still in limbo at Taghmon’s Irish Pride plant as news of a prospective buyer for the...

Tuesday, 30/06/15 - 3:33pm Read More

A sky-high proposal by Kevin!

JACKIE WILSON sang about love taking him higher and higher but one Wexford man gave the classic crooner a run...

Tuesday, 30/06/15 - 3:30pm Read More

RNLI called to assist yacht

ROSSLARE HARBOUR RNLI had an early morning call-out on Friday when six people made an emergency call after their yacht...

Tuesday, 30/06/15 - 3:16pm Read More

Ceremony remembers all those lost at sea

Wreath layers and dignatories pictured at the memorial service at the momument in memory of those lost at sea in Kilmore Quay. Pic: Jim Campbell
A LARGE crowd attended the recent Memorial Ceremony at Kilmore Quay Memorial Garden, which is in its 15th year and...

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Tributes to “Champion of the Forgotten Ones”

Presentation was made to Padge Reck, Chairman of the Wexford Memorial Trust at the annual memorial ceremony in the Pauper's Graveyard. Pic: Jim Campbell
THIS YEAR’S Pauper’s Graveyard Annual Patron took on some extra meaning for the volunteers and committee of the Wexford Memorial...

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Wexford seafarers remembered at Commodore Barry memorial

Minister Brendan Howlin TD inspects the Navy personal at the laying of wreaths at the Commodore Barry Memorial. Pic: Jim Campbell
The unique relationship between Wexford and the United States was the theme for reflection at the 58th wreath-laying ceremony at...

Tuesday, 23/06/15 - 10:22pm Read More

Tragedy claims life of young mother

Kelly roche
FOR THE second time in just over a week, the Rosslare road was closed to traffic following a two-car collision...

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€1.5m park at Killeens

WEXFORD CO. Council has announced plans for the development of a large new neighbourhood park, costing an estimated €1.5m, for...

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Tax judgement against local councillor

A FIANNA Fáil Co. councillor, who had been tipped as one of the favourites to become the next Mayor of...

Tuesday, 23/06/15 - 4:17pm Read More

Our son, the hero

THE FATHER of a young child who passed away following a battle with a rare brain tumour has described his...

Tuesday, 23/06/15 - 4:15pm Read More

Council’s condolences to Berkeley victims

A BOOK of Condolences for the victims of the recent tragedy in Berkeley has been opened at Wexford Co. Council...

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Workers strike over sick pay

SIPTU MEMBERS employed by the FDYS at the Jungle Box Crèche on Francis Street took to the picket line last...

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A final push for Tidy Towns

Tidy Towns volunteers do their clean up in Crescent Quay. Pic: Jim Campbell
THE HARDWORKING volunteers from Wexford Tidy Towns were out in force on Saturday doing a final sweep of the town...

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Wexford and Germany unite to honour Wexford wartime crewmen

Mayor George Lawlor at the unveiling of a memorial to the crew of 'Kerlogue' at Crescent Quay, Wexford, today.
Relations between Wexford and Germany were strengthened today with the unveiling of a memorial to a World War II rescue...

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Shock at death of loved teacher

THE SAD and sudden passing of a popular young teacher at the Presentation Secondary School cast a dark shadow over...

Tuesday, 09/06/15 - 3:04pm Read More

Community saddened by passing of Joe

Sea Scouts performed a guard of honour at the funeral of their skipper, the late Joe Thomas in Bride Street Church. Pic: Jim Campbell
A HUGE crowd attended the funeral of well-known local postman and Sea Scout leader Joe Thomas who sadly passed away...

Tuesday, 09/06/15 - 3:02pm Read More

Frankenstein Bolts launch debut video

LOCAL ROCK band, Frankenstein Bolts, will unveil their debut video in Sky and the Ground, Wexford, this week. On Tuesday,...

Monday, 01/06/15 - 3:52pm Read More

Missing Enniscorthy man

Karl O'Toole
Gardaí are appealing for help in tracing a missing Enniscorthy man. Karl O’Toole, (30), was last seen in the Friary...

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