Sad farewell to Leon (12)
Twelve-year-old Leon Murphy was given a poignant send-off as the village of Clonroche came to a halt for his funeral.
Bright future ahead in educational publishing
A County Wexford children's educational publishing company plans to expand in 2014 and to create more jobs both here and abroad in the process.
Pod of dolpins put on show off Hook Head
DOLPHINS PUT on an acrobatic show off the south Wexford coast for people who were out on a whale watching expedition.
Ugandan trip an eye-opener for Aine and Lisa
Enniscorthy women Aine O'Connor and Lisa O'Connor are back home after a couple of memorable weeks in Uganda.
The night Louise Morrissey came to Ferns
St. Aidan's church in Ferns became a concert venue once more last Wednesday as country music star Louise Morrissey came to the village.
Enniscorthy's loss - New Zealand's gain
It would have been like walking into Leaving Cert maths class and finding Albert Einstein waiting in front of the blackboard.
Veronica is laid to rest at the young age of just 46
THE PASSING of Kilmuckridge native Veronica Stack (nee Harney) in Co. Kerry recently, at the age of 46, was met with deep sadness in her home county where she has many family connections and friends.
'Justice for Dave' gets funds boost
THE HUSSAIN family from Garden City in Gorey said this week they have passed the halfway point in the Justice for Dave fundraising campaign.
Andrew's marathon cheque
JUST FOUR months' training helped 26-year-old Carnew man Andrew Dowse complete his first marathon in an impressive time of three hours 21 minutes in Dublin in October.
Kind-hearted students at GCS pack 420 shoeboxes for children in need overseas
THEY DON'T do things in small sizes at Gorey Community School, so when the sixth year students appealed for donations for their Shoebox Appeal, they filled a whopping 420 boxes full of gifts.