Why do our tongues matter?
FROM an early age our tongues play some very important roles.
THE other day I was in the local book centre browsing through 'the classics' when I came across a copy of JD Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye.
WHAT'S the secret to happiness? It's a question that has been asked thousands of times by thousands of different people, and if truth be told, I'm sure each of us have asked ourselves that question too.
SINCE medieval times, fishermen from Enniscorthy to Wexford Harbour have built their own boats, uniquely suited to their fishing methods on the tidal river.
David Tucker THERE will be the sound of thunder in Wexford this week when a 4km-long convoy of 500 mighty Honda Goldwings from throughout Europe takes to the county's roads.
THE MEMBERS of Carnew First Responders were recently presented with a Heartsafe Community Award by the Irish Heart Foundation.
Padraig Byrne A FLORAL display at St Aidan's Cathedral over the weekend captured the imagination as hundreds of people as they arrived to take in all of the colour that was on show.
THERE can be no greater insight into what our soldiers were enduring during the horrors of the First Wold War than the letters they...
Farmleigh resounded with laughter all afternoon as the parish fun day in aid of the Jack & Jill foundation lived up to its name. The event in aid of the good cause, run by the Marshalstown-Castledockrell GAA club, drew families to the field for an enjoyable few hours.
THE FIRST stage of the Wexford G.A.A. Centre of Excellence is almost near completion. The floodlighting of the two main pitches at the Ferns venue were completed last week, and they are now ready for the installation of goalposts and back netting.
Back home in Wexford for a short stay, the Brazilian-based Fr Frank Murphy had an opportunity to thank Irish supporters of his mission in person for their generosity and interest.
Four County Wexford restaurants have been shortlisted in the Food and Wine Magazine Restaurant of the Year Awards.
AN EXHIBITION of photographs and short films will open at St. Aidan's Day Services in the Old School, Camolin, this Friday, August 1, at 11 a.m.
THE 'Get Involved' project the Wexford People is championing is the creation of a wildlife trail in the heart of the village of Blackwater, by the local and very active Tidy Towns group, complete with a wildlife pond and appropriate signage.
HERMSDORF lies in the north west of Berlin, five kilometres from the former border between East and West Germany.
A NOTABLE aspect of Ireland's participation in the First World War was the large number of members of the same family volunteering for active service.
DETAILS of the inaugural Martin Codd weekend festival, putting Rathnure on the map, have been announced. The organisers are confident that Rathnure will be the place to be over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
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