'I'm very glad to be alive'
Esther Fox is a woman with a true zest for life.
A NEW Health booklet entitled 'Staying Fit for Farming' was circulated nationally to farmers last week as an insert in the Irish Farmers Journal. The booklet aims to promote enhanced health practices among farmers nationally.
THE next talk in the Wicklow Historical Society winter series of lectures takes place on the last Tuesday of the month in St. Patrick's National School.
THE Military Service Pension Records of some 90 Wicklow residents - both men and women - who partook in the 1916 Rising and/or War of Independence were recently published online by the Military Archives of the Military Archives of the Department of Defence.
MICHAEL GROVES has been helping people recover from anxiety and panic attacks for five years now.
A GROUP of twelve budding young film makers from Coláiste Chill Mhantáin took part in a film making course last week.
THE Arklow Bay Hotel will take part in the Holiday World Show in Dublin from January 24 to January 26.
I HAVE learned that there are many occasions in this life when a parent needs to know to pull back, and leave a child be.
WICKLOW brothers Zach and Ben Harris will have their voices broadcast to the nation in an upcoming episode of the RTE Junior radio show 'Professor Hugabug'.
EXTREME Ireland Adventures will host a Mountain Skills course in Laragh from Saturday, 1 - Sunday, 2 February, commencing at 9:30 a.m.
VOLUNTEERING overseas has become a popular pursuit for Irish people from all walks of life, but with the a glut of agencies seeking to profit from organising these trips, much of the cost incurred does not go to the cause that desperately needs it.
Mary Fogarty ONE does not simply say 'no' to Bray Cancer Support Centre.
CREATIVE secondary school pupils across Ireland are being encouraged to get their hands on industrial, electrical, commercial and domestic waste products, and turn them into pieces of fashion art, as the January 31 deadline for entries to the 2014 Junk Kouture Recycled...
THE Irish Horse Welfare Trust is urgently looking for short term foster homes and long term homes for its rescues.
SIXTH class students from Sacred Heart N.S. Aughrim had the opportunity to exhibit at this year's Primary Science Fair at the BT Young Scientist in the RDS last week.
Esther Hayden KEEN cyclists can get on their bike this April to raise funds for Bray Cancer Support during the inaugural Skoda Cycle series.
AFTER their Christmas Party Night in The Belair last month, Wicklow Macra na Feirme decided to ring in the New Year in style with 12 members heading off for the slopes of Andorra for a spot of skiing!
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
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
A Wicklow County Councillor has strongly criticised the lack of housing development taking place across south Wicklow and is...News
Theatre plan hit by five-fold increaseNews
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