Concert included a special composition
Wexford and Rosslare also staged events to mark the centenary of the Helen Blake tragedy.
High tides and winds were perfect storm conditions
A PERFECT Storm of hostile weather conditions lead to millions of euros of damage in New Ross, the monthly meeting of New Ross Town Council heard.
Gwen seeking return of her missing horse
A BALLYMURN woman is appealing for information about her family's horse which disappeared from her home the day after the savage storms which struck Wexford on February 12.
School principals are opposed to abolition of scheme
SECONDARY SCHOOL principals across Co Wexford have expressed grave concern for the future of the Meitheal leadership programme after the Government decided to pull funding for the successful initiative.
Horrific day for New Ross
THE DAY the Apex roof was blown down was described as a horrific day for New Ross at the council meeting.
Asbestos sheets 'not dangerous' says Albatros site owner
THE OWNER of the derelict Albatros fertiliser plant has said that 100 sheets of asbestos which were blown from the Rosbercon site are not dangerous.
AN ADAMSTOWN man charged with several burglary offences had his case adjourned to September at Wexford District Court and was ordered to cooperate fully with the Probation Services.
Glen Fuels teams up with pair of Wexford-based oil companies
GLEN Fuels Ltd has strengthened its position in the County Wexford, Wicklow and Dublin oil distribution market by merging with both Sunderland Oil and Holohan Oil.
Victim lost sight in eye after row
A Foulksmills man is to be sentenced at the next sitting of Wexford Circuit Court for assault causing harm after an incident outside a local pub which left another man blind in one eye.
Cannabis pipe found in car
A CASTLEMOYLE Heights resident who was found with a cannabis pipe was fined €300 at Wexford District Court.