Emergency crews ready for santa
Specially trained crews in Wexford are ready for Santa's call
It is hard to keep our focus on Christmas itself when, through December so much is happening. Everything looks fine for a while and then it suddenly gets more frantic. We vow it will not happen to us next year - but that is what we promised ourselves last year and,...
By Myles Buchanan Coillte, Ireland's national forestry company, is encouraging people to take to the great outdoors during the holiday season and make use of the extensive Coillte forest parks and trail networks across the Garden County.
Fintan Lambe Specially trained crews in Wexford are ready for Santa's call
Clair Whitty Christmas is a happy and joyful time for most people, but it can also be a very sad time. This year will be a sad one for me with the loss of my good friend. Many of you will have lost someone, either through bereavement, relationship breakdown or separation.
Jim Hurley - Nature Trail Ivy and Holly are wild plants that are popularly used in Christmas decorations. Unlike many other leaves, they are evergreen and since they stay green all winter, during the short and often dark and dreary days of mid-winter, they are symbols of the promise of the green...
Pete Wedderburn - Animal Doctor Christmas has arrived. We are celebrating the birth of Christ, but in addition, it's a time for celebrating human relationships. Families meet up, exchange gifts and feast together. It's a time of traditions: each household develops its own way of doing things, and it's often the...
Andrew Collyer - Gardening specialist ''The holly and the Ivy, when they are both full grown''. ''Deck the halls with boughs of Holly''. The holly tree (Ilex aquafolium) has long been associated with Christmas and even further back into Pagan times. It has always been seen as a sign of life in those dark winter days. Its...
It took just one 'light-bulb moment' for engineer-turned-bike-salesman Simon Evans to come up with an invention which would change his life.
Deborah Coleman Christmas 2014 will mark the end of another successful year for Tinahely woman Cathy Whitty, founder of Cathy's Spelt for Health.
In November of 1954 a group of local ladies from Moneystown came together to open a local ICA Guild and 60 years later this guild is still very much active.
Never ones to sit still, the Wicklow Branch of BirdWatch Ireland are already planning for the months and year ahead.
St Joseph's Church in Baltinglass hosted a special Christmas Carol Service on Friday night in what was a wonderful reminder of the true meaning of Christmas.
Justine O'Mahony You'd want to have been made of stone not to be moved by the story of the High Hopes Choir, which was broadcast on RTE for the past two weeks - Ireland's first choir for homeless people set up by David...
Pete Wedderburn - Animal Doctor As the Big Day approaches, the bookies are taking bets on whether...
Myles Buchanan Operators within the tourism industry in Wicklow will be offered an opportunity to provide feedback on what challenges the Garden County faces.
Scoil Chonglais in Baltinglass got everyone in the mood for Christmas recently as students took to the catwalk at Germaines for their annual fashion show.
Cllr John Snell wants Council Engineers to consider a traffic management plan for in and around the Rathnew Community Centre.News
Councillors have complained about the amount of overhanging tree branches and overgrown bushes from private lands which make...News
Irish Water will run a number of Wicklow Clinics in the New Year.News
Wicklow Municipal District will advertise for tenants to occupy the Town Hall...News
The young people at The Vault, Arklow have been hard at work with an initiative to help the homeless in their community and across...News
Wicklow Swimming Club will be holding it's annual St Stephen's day swim at 1 p.m. at the New Pier in Wicklow Town.News