Why do our tongues matter?
FROM an early age our tongues play some very important roles.
INFERTILITY is defined as not being able to get pregnant despite having frequent, unprotected sexual intercourse for at least one year, or for at least six months if the woman is aged 35 years or older, writes Dr Michelle Cooper.
AUTUMN is making its presence felt at the moment after an exceptionally fine summer and amazingly mild month of September. House flies and Small Tortoiseshell butterflies are coming indoors seeking refuge from the seasonal changes in this time of falling leaves and falling temperatures.
IT'S only mid-October, but already, bangers and fireworks are polluting the evenings with noise and flashing lights.
SO the Live Shows are back! Cheryl wore next to nothing, as too did Mel B, Simon sat there looking smug, although I suspect that's the...
It's not often that Leaving Cert students get to get a first hand insight into poems on their syllabus from the poet herself.
Yvonne Joye NOW that the weather has changed, new routines have become old and the sameness of living has returned, I must confess to experiencing a dreary sense of déjà vu, treading the old treadmill and Groundhog Day all rolled into one.
David Looby MOMENTS into our trip to visit relations in their new Newcastle...
THEY provide practical support at Carnew Training and Development Centre to those who want to get a particular qualification or...
David Medcalf THE clocks were turned back decades as the cars of yesteryear invaded Ferns on Sunday.
David Medcalf OBESITY may be one of the biggest challenges facing the children of the 21st century in Ireland. But a new organisation in Monageer is attempting to nip the problem in the bud.
TO mark World Sight Day on Thursday Irish Guide Dogs is inviting people in Wexford living with vision impairments to apply for its free training services including the Guide Dog Programme.
MOTIVATION Weight Management recently celebrated its third birthday in Gorey by announcing it has helped locals lost a combined weight of 500 stone.
Pete Wedderburn THE elbow of a dog is a strange looking thing.
David Looby A LARGE crowd enjoyed a taster of the upcoming Wexford Festival Opera at a Taste of Opera night in the Brandon House Hotel on Thursday.
LAST week, cats and kittens Albert, Freddy, Sam, Sophie, Arnold, and George as well as dogs Shebba and Pixie all went off to their new homes with the support of the North Wexford SPCA. We wish all our feline and canine friends well.
Fintan Lambe AFTER delighting in the thrills of the tour on Halloween night at Wells House at Ballycanew last year, Allison D'Arcy got an even bigger fright when she printed out her photographs, and found what looked like a...
Planning permission has been granted for a development of 15 houses at Creagh Demesne.News
St Aidan's church in Ferns was crowded last week as her many friends in and around the...News
A JUDGE has said that a psychological report on a convicted Co. Wexford child rapist makes 'no difference' to the 15-year sentence he...News
WITH Hallow'een just around the corner, the children of Castletown National School were treated to a timely and very welcome visit...News
GOREY Councillor Malcolm Byrne missed last week's meeting of Gorey Municipal District, because he was in a road traffic accident...News
RIVERCHAPEL National School should be given 'DEIS' school status, last week's meeting of Gorey Municipal District was told.News
SheELAGH McQuade and family threw open the doors of their Riverchapel home recently to hold a 'Paint it Pink' coffee afternoon in aid...News
A CENTURY after families in the parish of Craanford lost nine cherished sons and brothers on the battlefields of Europe, a monument...News
SO the Live Shows are...News
THERE was anger and disgust in Riverchapel last Wednesday morning as children arrived to find the local school was spray-painted with...News