The week in pictures for 2012-03-06
Mobile home owner Martin Murphy of The Quarry at Tara Hill near Gorey has been sent to jail for six months for his failure to remove two derelict mobile homes.
Signs telling motorists their speed may be an alternative to ramps in Enniscorthy, Cllr. Paddy Kavanagh suggested. He pointed to the sign on the Newtown Road near the racecourse in Wexford where drivers are made aware if they are exceeding the speed limit by the display on the roadside sign.
THE COUNTDOWN to the grand finale of the Craanford Community Development Fund versus St. Patrick's GAA, Camolin, Strictly Come Dancing competition has begun.
SEVEN-year-old Niamh Byrne from Clonattin Village is set to play the harp for an audience of a million viewers this Friday night, and she's quite calm about it.
The death has occurred of the Honourable Olivia Robertson of Huntingdon Castle in Clonegal, at the age of 96 years.
A CASTLEBRIDGE man will be sentenced next week at the Central Criminal Court for raping a woman while she slept.
CRAANFORD Heritage Society held the final local vintage event of the year recently, as the ploughmen arrived at the lands of Matt Doyle in Carrigbeg, for a Vintage Ploughing Day.
The Riverside Park Hotel provided the setting for an occasion of sporting drama and high emotion by the Slaney.
Farmers from all over Wexford and Wicklow gathered at The Riverbank House Hotel recently as the Slaney Friesian Breeders Club hosted their annual dinner dance. The club was founded in 1976 and consists of farmers of dairy herds throughout both counties.
A man found with the drug diamorphine at Rosslare Europort is to be sentenced at Wexford Criminal Court next month.