Bank for sale but AIB not moving out
The AIB bank in Wexford is up for sale but account holders in the town need not worry that they are about to be left without a branch on their doorsteps.
'Depraved' man jailed for six years
A 'DEPRAVED' man targeted by vigilantes after he sexually assaulted two little girls due to make their First Holy Communion was jailed for six years last Friday.
Ticket move 'one giant Leap' for Wexford Bus
Wexford Bus took a giant leap forward last week when it became the first private commercial bus operator in the country to officially adopt the Leap Card ticketing system.
'Cuddle cot' for hospital
An Enniscorthy couple presented a 'cuddle cot' in memory of their daughter to Wexford General Hospital last week.
Ex-ambassador gets a welcome in home town
GOREY gave a warm welcome home to one of the town's most distinguished sons when former Irish ambassador to Britain Ted Barrington gave a talk to the North Wexford Historical Society about his life and times.
Chevron building strong links between Ireland and Nigeria
An Enniscorthy company is looking to Africa as it seeks to expand its brief beyond Ireland. Chevron Training, based at the enterprise centre next to Enniscorthy Vocational College, has set up in partnership with Vacc Technical - a building services company in the Nigerian capital Lagos.
George brings Wexford know-how to Slovakia
A NEW Ross consultancy firm has won a contract to advise on the development of the local start-up ecosystem in Slovakia, with a view to driving economic growth.
Young man is beaten up and left blind in one eye
A young Wexford man was cut on the face with broken glass and his friend was left blind in one eye following a recent assault in Redmond Square.
Helped to steal €700 of batteries
A man who helped to remove a batch of truck batteries from the yard of an Enniscorthy garage without permission has been convicted and fined €500 for theft.
Victim's dad fears future attack could end in death
The father of an assault victim said he is speaking out about late night street violence in Wexford in the hope of highlghting the problem.