Wexford's Chevron opens training centre in Nigeria
MINISTER for Trade and Development Joe Costello has officially opened Wexford company Chevron Training & Recruitment's inaugural Training Centre in Lagos, Nigeria.
Crowdle quits the Labour Party
COUNCILLOR PAUL Crowdle is leaving the Labour party to run as an Independent in next year's local elections.
The local elections battle gets under way
THE first shots in local elections May/June 2014 were fired in November 2013 as hostilities broke out like bush fires around the chamber of Wexford County Council.
Youngsters show it's good to be green
WEXFORD County Council's Annual Environment Awards were a tremendous celebration of the environment and voluntary effort put into its protection by local people.
Festive season comes alive with Santa's arrival
CHRISTMAS IN New Ross officially begins this Saturday with the arrival of Santa Claus in the town.
Road run raised €11,700 in memory of Roseanne
€11,754 was raised in one of the biggest charity road runs ever seen in the region, held in memory of Roseanne Delaney (30).
Young scientists avail of new lab
ST MARY'S Secondary School students are availing of a new lab facility which has been completed over the summer and has been resourced thanks to the help of a generous donation from the Parents' Council.
Residents not told about removal of playgrounds
PLAYGROUNDS in Kilmuckridge and Riverchapel have been removed by Wexford County Council without warning, Cllr. Malcolm Byrne complained. He suggested that residents in the Chapel Wood and Aylesbridge housing estates should have been notified of the move.
Sky lanterns 'a major fire hazard'
SKY lanterns were unanimously condemned as fire hazards as well as litter by members of Wexford County Council.
Council tenants in rent arrears expected to pay up
COUNCIL tenants clocking up arrears are expected to pay their rent, director of housing services Tony Larkin stressed at last week's meeting of Wexford County Council.