'Action necessary on deer problem'
Deer poaching is not the answer to Wicklow's deer overpopulation, according to Deputy Andrew Doyle.
Winter has never looked this good
Bray Cancer Support have launched their new range of Christmas cards depicting winter scenes from across County Wicklow.
Robbie set to sing for brave Merryn
Singer Robbie Doyle is pulling Bray together to make music for a little girl called Merryn Lacey.
Ferris raises Dargle Flood debacle in Dail
The River Dargle Flood Protection Scheme case was raised with the OPW Minister Brian Hayes in the Dáil last week.
Rent on local authority housing to rise to €24
The minimum rent on houses in Bray will rise from €19.50 per week to €24 per week next year.
Local hunter defends humane tail docking
A Wicklow hunter has defended the practice of tail-docking amongst long-haired hunting dogs - provided it is carried out in a humane way - on grounds of animal safety.
Families will get €838k ABC cash
Young families in Bray will receive €838,000 through the new Area-Based Childhood Programme 2013-2016.
Harris puts question of schools to Minister
Wicklow Fine Gael TD, Simon Harris has tabled a question to the Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairi Quinn expressing concern about problems some parents in the Greystones and Delgany area are encountering in securing a primary school place for their child for next September.
Three shops on shortlist for off-licence awards
Representatives from SuperValu Greystones attended the 21st Edward Dillon/Santa Rita Estates SuperValu Off Licence of the Year Awards on Wednesday, November 20 in the Galway Bay Hotel.
Number of bus routes face plans for privatisation
Bus routes from Bray to Enniskerry and from Bray to Newtown are among those facing plans for privatisation, it has emerged.