- Kenny vows all penalty point recommendations will be implemented
- ‘We are fearing the worst at this stage’
- Four new multi-denominational schools set to open - reducing church dominance in education
- Garda warning: In warmer weather, 30 per cent of house burglaries take place via unsecured doors or windows
- Pharmacist: A gun was held to my ex-wife’s head in raid
Engineer to redesign problem junction
BOROUGH Engineer Sinead Casey has agreed to redesign the controversial junction of Waterloo and Davitt roads, according to Borough Councillor Davy Hynes.
Bone marrow transplant hero is coming home
TIERNAN Fogarty, the 16-year-old Wexford schoolboy who received a life-giving bone marrow transplant in the UK shortly before Christmas, is due home later this week.
Elaine murder accused to face trial next year
The man accused of killing childcare worker Elaine O'Hara will face trial next year.
Pub to close for two days for selling fake Smirnoff
THE OWNER of the Castle Bar in Taghmon was fined €2,500 and told the pub must close for two days after custom and excise officers found vodka sold on the premises was not Smirnoff as the label suggested.
Wexford donates over €12k to typhoon victims
UNICEF says the people of Wexford donated more than €12,000 during the recent appeal to aid victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Kennedys send thanks to Peter
COUNTY Wexford artist and sculptor Peter Hodnett has received a letter from a member of the Kennedy family thanking him for his exquisite craftsmanship in designing the globe for the Emigrant Flame sculpture in New Ross and for a commemorative table that now sits in pride of place at their home in Washington.
AIB chief: banks have key role to play in recovery
THE BANKS have a key role to play in providing finance for the economy as it recovers, AIB's chief executive David Duffy members of the Wexford business community.
A century on, Fethard remembers
HUNDREDS OF people gathered in Fethard-on-Sea on Saturday to mark the centenary of the Helen Blake tragedy, which claimed the lives of nine brave local men.
Cutbacks to mental health condemned
Wexford councillors have condemned the lack of round-the-clock acute mental health services in the county.
New tourism app on the way
A brand new App developed by Visit Wexford and managed by Wexford Chamber is currently under construction and will be launched officially by mid-March.