Waters expansion construction boost
WATERS Technologies in Wexford has submitted a planning application that will enable it to bring its warehousing on site at its premises in Drinagh.
Drugs were found at Rosslare Europort
A man found with the drug diamorphine at Rosslare Europort is to be sentenced at Wexford Criminal Court next month.
PR on cruise control
I don't envy PR people. Trying to get a message across in a world of instant and incessant media must be a nightmare. So they surely thank heavens then for a weapon in the public relations armoury that works nearly every time.
Work on meters turns water brown
Residents in a Wexford housing estate didn't expect the water in their taps to turn brown when water meter installers arrived in the area.
Junior Cert students honoured at CBS
There were plenty of proud parents present as a special awards ceremony took place at the CBS Secondary School to honour those who had achieved excellent results in the Junior Cert exams 2013.
Sea of heartache
Some of the 15 Kilmore trawlers grounded by the Sea Fishery Protection Authority, have returned to work after the owners, O'Flaherty Brothers gave a written agreement to abide by fishing rules.
Fine of €1,000 is accepted by County Board
WEXFORD G.A.A. Board have accepted a €1,000 fine handed down by Croke Park following an incident during an academy football blitz in Dublin.
Sisters give birth on the same day
Two Wexford sisters caused a big surprise when they gave birth to babies on the same day.
Browne calls on Minister to take case to Europe
Wexford Fianna Fail T.D., John Browne said he was 'very disappointed' with the attitude of Marine Minister Simon Coveney to the Kilmore fishery dispute.
Short film 'Waves' screens at Arts Centre
A short film shot on Curracloe beach was screened before an audience of cast and crew in Wexford Arts Centre.