Wicklow Enterprise Board 'has lost all credibility'
The board of Wicklow Enterprise Park has lost 'all vestiges of credibility' according to Sinn Fein councillor Garrett O'Reilly.
Red Cross celebrate 150th anniversary
Red Cross volunteers in Wicklow this week will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Red Cross Red Crescent movement on May 8, World Red Cross Red Crescent Day.
Controversy over 'Enterprise junkets'
Taxpayer-funded trips to various locations in America and Europe for the wives and children of some members of the board of Wicklow Enterprise Park Ltd (WEP) have led to controversy.
€190,000 secured for Wicklow Gaol
Wicklow Enterprise Centre has secured over €190,000 in funding which will be used to improve access to Wicklow Gaol and for new audio and video equipment.
Loughlinstown A&E could be closed by the end of July
While plans are afoot to permanently close A&E services at St. Columcille's Hospital, a trauma and cardiac/stroke by-pass policy has been in operation for some time.
Junkets: Spouses and children travelled too 'because of length of trips'
In a lengthy response to the allegations of using taxpayers money to fund trips abroad for the spouses and children of some board members Wicklow Enterprise Park Ltd (WEP) said the decision was based on the duration of the trips.
Fraud probe over Glebe Hall levies
A Garda fraud investigation is taking place after development levies for Glebe Hall were marked as paid when Wicklow Town Council hadn't in fact received any money.
Local gardai are 'stretched to the limit' - Fitzgerald
In the wake of this week's concerns raised by the Garda Representative Association over the manner in which crime figures are registered a Wicklow County Councillor has warned that extra pressure is being placed on urban stations to cover rural areas as a result of cutbacks.
'Gap in UK steer prices 'outrageous' says Fox
Irish farmers are getting €140 per head below their UK counterparts this week for the average steer, according to Chris Fox, Chairperson of Wicklow ICMSA.
Tax protesters take to the streets
The National Campaign against Home and Water Tax celebrated May Day Worker's Day by occupying the County Buildings and marching down Wicklow town's Main Street.