Some of the pictures that caught our attention this week . . .
STENA Line has been voted Best Ferry Company by media at the annual Blue Insurances Travel Media Awards in Dublin. This year was the first time that a ferry category has been included in the prestigious awards ceremony.
WILD ABOUT, the Artistan food company, established by Fiona and Malcolm Falconer near Monamolin, has won the prestigious Food Producer of the Year Award at the Good Food Ireland Awards.
Dave Nowak from Ashbrook in Enniscorthy used his hobby of photography to gain memorable access to the corridors of power.
A crash involving a French au pair and a one-eyed retired lorry driver led to claim and counter-claim at Wexford Court last week before the judge decided that both drivers were to blame.
Three separate cases were brought against Cost Plus Sofas of Unit 1, Wexford Retail Park at the small claims court in Wexford last week. The company has been hit with financial troubles recently and has gone into administration and they had nobody representing them in court.
A publican has been ordered to make a contribution of €500 to the St. Vincent de Paul Society after an unlicensed bet was taken on his premises.
FIANNA FAIL'S Deputy John Browne has criticised the government for blocking Fianna Fáil proposals to revitalise struggling town centres in Wexford and across the country.
Bigger and better than ever before, the Rathnure Pantomime Society Christmas production for 2013 is close to being ready to face a paying audience. 'Snow White and the Seven Witches: Jack Frost Bites Back!' has a cast of 100 eager perfomers, the biggest ever seen on the stage at the John Kelly Hall, opening on Thursday, December 12
A TWO-bedroom apartment in The Old School Yard, Riverchapel, which had an advised minimum value of just €15,000, sold at auction last week for €42,000.
A SERBIAN people-trafficker convicted of the manslaughter of eight refugees found dead in a shipping container in Wexford in 2001 has been released from custody.