Bulgari is crowned Ireland's Top Cat
Riverchapel is home to Ireland's Top Cat!
I have learned that there are many occasions in this life when a parent needs to know to pull back, and leave a child be.
THERE were success stories all round this week for the NWSPCA. Siblings Lilly and Jack left the cattery, followed by long term resident Frankie.
ROPERTY prices aren't rising in the Model County, but after years of decline, the market is relatively stable. In some areas there are shortages, with auctioneers saying the market is delicately balanced between supply and demand.
Next Sunday, February 2 is World Wetlands Day and on that day we are all invited to celebrate our great wealth of wetlands heritage. World Wetlands Day is celebrated on February 2 each year because that date is the anniversary of the adapting of the Convention on Wetlands of...
maria pepper The Bishop of Ferns, Dr. Denis Brennan has said families should appreciate the important role of grandparents in the lives of children.
RTE's Operation Transformation is teaming up with the Irish Sports Council to organise walks in 42 locations nationwide including Wexford. The walks will take place around the country on Saturday next, January 18.
COLAISTE Abbáin principal Senan Lillis jokes that he has letters after his name. The letters are BC, which stand for 'Before Computer', acknowledging that he is old enough to recall an era when boards were black and a mouse was something which ate cheese.
WHEN it comes to health, everyone wants the very best.
I APPEAR to have publicly committed myself to doing Dry January, much to my surprise! This development came about as a result of me always doing the exact opposite of what people...
AH, the off-season. When Christmas becomes a forgotten memory, the turn of the year loses its charm and the cogs of routine begin to turn once again. A time of year, when in the abscence of consumer demand, the video game industry spits out naught but mobile games and downloadable titles.
FIVE ENTREPRENEURS from Wexford took part in the Waterford Chamber Skillnet one day Food and Craft 'Pop Up Market' to showcase new businesses.
THE successful control of body waste is a key factor in successful pet keeping.
PREFACED by a tongue-in-cheek disclaimer - "Some of this actually happened" - David O Russell's comedy about a hare-brained scheme to expose corruption within the corridors of power opens with a con man tending to his "unnecessarily elaborate" comb-over.
TO some, ambergris is as precious as gold. In the fragrance industry it is highly prized as a fixative for expensive perfumes and is much sought after in the Far East as an ingredient in traditional medicines for a variety of common ailments.
SATURDAY: I had an interesting conversation with seasoned members of the medical profession today in which they lamented the state of the current Irish health system.
AN IMAGE of miniature-breed donkeys in a field of daisies in North Wexford is among the winning entries chosen for a year-long...
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Proposals to extend a pig farm on the outskirts of Askamore village have once more been turned down by Wexford County Council.News
A North Wexford Councillor has questioned the €687,875 cost of building six sheltered houses in Kilanerin.News
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The landmark Coach House pub in Gorey town has...News