Why do our tongues matter?
FROM an early age our tongues play some very important roles.
Fintan Lambe THE DANGERS of cyber-bullying were highlighted to older pupils in three local primary schools last week, when Courtown's new Garda Sergeant paid a visit.
'A Dog is For Life, Not Just for Christmas' is a slogan that has become so much a part of our language that it almost deserves to be in the...
A PILATES instructor who recently moved from Dublin to Wexford town is offering a new Pink Ribbon Exercise Program for women who have had surgery for breast cancer.
David Medcalf A rare piece of Enniscorthy's heritage has been dusted off and put in...
IT WAS A fantastic week for the kittens at the NWSPCA. Dolly, Mandy, AJ, Kookie and Binx all found themselves new homes. Bella left the kennels followed by one of her canine friends, who found a home through the guest rehoming programme the Society runs.
THREE Gorey Community School students certainly have the gift of the gab – as Gaeilge anyway.
SCREAMS of pain delighted the spectators at the Movember wax and shave in Ambrose Maloney's, Courtown, last Saturday night.
Padraig Byrne It was a busy night for the county Wexford ICA last week as they met at The Ferrycarrig Hotel for a number of presentations.
Dave Nowak from Ashbrook in Enniscorthy used his hobby of photography to gain memorable access to the corridors of power.
When I came downstairs, one of my shoes was missing. It had been wet outside when I came home, and I'd taken both shoes off at the back door. One of the shoes was where I had left it, but the other one had vanished.
When winter stalked out of the north gripping northern latitudes in its chilly embrace hard weather drove wild swans south to seek milder climes to overwinter in.
A song by a band about to split up, sung by a lady who once announced she was quitting music, is among the favourites for this year's UK...
When we decided to do up our living room a few months back, I had envisaged a haven of tranquility for myself and Himself. I chose restful shades and soothing soft furnishings in a...
'The Furrow' is a monthly pastoral periodical that covers current theological and social topics in Ireland and the UK. It is published in Maynooth and edited by Fr Ronan Drury.
Sunday: The young lad was given a kids' metal detector for his birthday. The man behind the highly inspired purchase spent the majority of his recent visit dropping coins in bushes while the young lad and younger lad went to hunt them down; further fuel for a budding obsession with cash.
In sporting circles BOD means Brian O'Driscoll, outstanding rugby player, Irish and Lions captain and one of the best centres to have ever played the game. But not so in scientific ones.
FROM Kiev to O'Connell Street, a gathering of 100,000 angry protestors is bad news for any government and definitely not good for our...Opinion
AN Enniscorthy man who went to a Vodafone Store in...News
SECTIONS of pipe supplying water to houses in the Creagh Demense estate in Gorey will have to be replaced because they have been...News
IT COSTS Wexford County Council €1,000 every time a parking meter is vandalised, the Gorey Municipal District Councillors were told at...News
A LINK road is needed from Kilnahue Lane to the Gorey Inner Relief Road, a Gorey Councillor said last week.News
A CARNEW man who was at the heart of the local...News
GARDAI have reported a worrying rise in burglaries in the Gorey District in the past week.News
A BUNCLODY man who assaulted two gardaí in a drunken rage, injuring one permanently and confining him to desk...News
A THATCHED cottage which has been taken over by...News
A FULL review of accessible footpaths and disabled parking in Gorey town is to be carried out.News