'I'm very glad to be alive'
Esther Fox is a woman with a true zest for life.
COLÁISTE Chill Mhantáin hosted its first Arts week last week, the theme of which was the magic of the sea.
ST Kevin's Way in Glendalough will host a special walk on Saturday April 19 to mark the inaugural National Pilgrim Paths Day.
THE library service has launched free online language courses for the people of Bray and Wicklow.
conor william o'brien In the build-up to the Organ Donor Awareness Campaign, which runs...
FOR any loving dog owner, their beloved pet's final moments are often an emotional time as they vie to ensure they are comfortable if the...
conor william o'brien THIS Lenten period sees priests and parishioners of the Arklow parish...
THE Darkness into Light run will take place again in Arklow this year to raise money for Pieta House.
THE fifth annual Wicklow Gaol Break Half Marathon wound its way through the town and its environs last Sunday, March 23.
mary fogarty Jennifer Nolan from Burnaby Lawns in Greystones is back from a work visit to Zambia. Jennifer works with Concern Worldwide, where she is Overseas and Communications Officer.
The Clasach Theatre in Fairview was a riot of colourful costumes on Thursday for the annual Coirm Gael Linn festival.
Legend may have it that St. Patrick banished all snakes from Ireland but some slithery serpents have made a return to local shores and have made a home for themselves in Wicklow Gaol.
Who wouldn't love to head out the door in the morning in their pyjamas and last Friday children across Wicklow got the chance to do just that for National Pyjama Day.
Sean Olohan's involvement in the music industry goes back to his school days as a youngster growing up in Rathdrum with great passions for the latest sounds hitting the radio airwaves.
IT WAS disappointing that racing in Clonmel and Thurles were called off due to the horrific weather storms last week. Not only did we have to endure the wind and rain that a week of storms brought, but also the extra workload attached.
In modern times, the Irish palette has long since shaken off its relatively provincial predilections and opened up to the cosmopolitan delights that the foods of far off lands have to offer.
Thursday: The gloves were off on Fair City tonight as Niamh jumped at the chance of filling husband, Paul, in on her night of extra-marital activity.
A free seminar on 'public procurement' will be hosted by the Local Enterprise Office...News
Druids Glen resort was among a delegation of 13 Irish tourism companies to visit Germany...News
A Wicklow County Councillor has strongly criticised the lack of housing development taking place across south Wicklow and is...News
Hollywood National School bid a fond farewell to teacher Carmel O'Neill after her retirement.News
A Wicklow town man who was charged with driving without a licence and insurance (user) has been instructed to enter a 12 month...News
Mentors at the Dominican College in Wicklow organised a special Halloween fancy dress day for their fellow students.News
Rathdrum Development Association will hold their 53rd annual general meeting on Tuesday November 25.News
'Christmas is coming and the geese are getting fat' as the old rhyme goes.News
Russborough's Saloon will soon be host to one of the most important musicians to emerge from Ireland in recent times, Finghin Collins.News