Wicklow opposition to pylons gathers pace
Opposition to the Grid Link Project in County Wicklow continued to gather momentum last week as Wicklow Against Pylons attended a brace of meetings intended to organise a coherent strategy to oppose the 400kv powerline.
42 'young people' in nursing homes
A middle-aged woman admitted to a nursing home at the age of 18 is one of 42 younger people living in facilities designed for the elderly in Bray and Greystones.
New footbridge for rail station
A footbridge at Bray Railway Station is to be re-instated after a wait of more than three years.
Rescued horses appeal
The Irish Horse Welfare Trust in Woodenbridge is looking for homes for their rescued horses.
Runners with a cause
More than 400 people participated in the 10K and half marathon in aid of Wicklow Hospice last Saturday morning.
Cyclist injured while in ambulance is awarded €27,000
A Bray cyclist who was injured while being taken to hospital was awarded €27,700 in damages in the Circuit Civil Court last week.
Bray girls make shortlist for Doodle for Google
Two Bray girls have been nominated as finalists in this year's Doodle 4 Google competition, and are in with the chance of winning a scholarship worth €5,000.
'Difficult' man had barbecue fork for his own protection
A man carrying a barbecue fork told gardai that he had hidden it in a skip and said it was for his own protection.
Insulted a garda
A Dubliner who called a garda a 'pr*ck' was in Bray District Court last week.
Used syringes hamper search for people inside old factory
Firemen who feared there were people inside a derelict factory where a blaze broke out were unable to enter the building to carry out a search, because of the number of used syringes lying there.