Some of the pictures that caught our attention this week . . .
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.
EIRGRID HAS announced that it is extending the third phase of public consultation on the Grid Link Project until Tuesday, January 7 due to the huge number of submissions from County Wexford and across the South East.
SCREAMS of pain delighted the spectators at the Movember wax and shave in Ambrose Maloney's, Courtown, last Saturday night.
The pathologist who examined the body of the late Paddy Connors in Enniscorthy has resigned from his public service post.
GOREY's St. Vincent de Paul said this week it is hoping for a generous response to its church gate collection this weekend, as demand for its services this year, is greater than ever.
A GOREY Community School teacher has been praised for stepping in and preventing a sixth year student from being attacked by a group of young men, one of whom was carrying a nunchuck – two sticks attached by a short rope or chain.
GARDAI arrested a suspect following an attempted burglary at Londis in Inch last Friday night.