Some of the pictures that caught our attention this week . . .
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.
Two Wexford sisters caused a big surprise when they gave birth to babies on the same day.
A MAN in his sixties has pleaded not guilty to 48 counts of sexual abuse allegedly carried out on three young brothers between 1966 and 1979 - including one on the day that Wexford won the 1968 All-Ireland senior hurling title.
Wexford was well represented recently at the SuperValu Tidy Towns Regional Awards ceremony at Kilkenny Castle.
People of Marshalstown and the surrounding area enjoyed a cuppa in the community centre. But the chat was at a minimum as those who attended came to learn and to write as well as to enjoy their light refreshments.
A DUBLIN architect accused of the murder of childcare worker Elaine O'Hara, whose father is from Wexford, has been granted free legal aid.
Already the better for a recent fresh coat of paint, the Templeshannon area of Enniscorthy is due to be given a spring clean.
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.