The buzz is back on Main Street
Wexford's Main Street is experiencing a fresh vote of confidence as new shops open their doors.
Health fears for residents near pylons
DEPUTY John Browne has called for an independent international assessment of Eirgrid to be carried out on plans to construct overhead pylons across the South East.
Dishonest labellers bad for pork industry says Allen
Importers who engage in dishonest labelling are damaging Wexford's pork industry, a local councillor told a Borough Council meeting.
Free parking from noon on Saturdays
Festive shoppers are enjoying free parking on Saturdays from 12 noon in the lead-up to Christmas day.
Manus (42) was missing for three weeks, inquest told
An inquest was held into the death of a 42-year-old Wexfordman who had been missing for three weeks before his body was found in Curracloe.
Absence of speed vans criticised
Cllr Joe Ryan has criticised what he's called an 'absence' of speed vans around Wexford town at a recent JPC meeting.
2,000 sign petition in support of fishermen
WEXFORD fish retailer Jimmy Meyler has collected almost 2,000 signatures in support of Kilmore fishermen in their dispute with the Sea Fishery Protection Authority over inadequate fish quotas.
Judge orders a retrial on sexual abuse case
A RETRIAL has been ordered in the case of a Wexford man accused of sexually abusing three young brothers in the sixties and seventies.
Women told stay 'off alcohol for five years'
TWO YOUNG Wexford town women have each been told to bring €1,500 compensation to court in 12 months time and to remain off alcohol for five years following assaults on two other women in Monck Street earlier this year.
Jail for man who attacked Spanish student
A JUDGE has sentenced a man to nine months in prison for a violent assault on a young female Spanish student in Wexford town.