- Strike averted: country’s main airports to remain open Friday
- 'Size of investigation' delays cases of eight charged in connection to fatal attack on Dale Creigthon
- Judge gives extra time to complete evidence in Anglo bank fraud case
- Kenny vows all penalty point recommendations will be implemented
- ‘We are fearing the worst at this stage’
Nine people are charged over 'violent' row at house
Nine people were before Arklow District Court last week charged with offences...
Woman spent four days with no electricity
One woman has told how she had to live without electricity for four days after Storm Darwin.
Not enough locals on N11 job, say councillors
The lack of local workers on the Rathnew to Arklow upgrade of the N11 has attracted criticism from local councillors who say...
Bourke and Dempsey seek FG nomination
The Fine Gael convention for the Arklow electoral area was to take place last night (Tuesday) in the Woodenbridge Hotel.
IDA does more for Dublin in a year than Wicklow in ten
IDA Ireland created more jobs in Dublin in just one year alone than in all of County...
Driver offers free paintball to 1,000 kids as remorse for his latest offence
A Glenealy man has offered 1,000 children admission to his paintballing facility as a...
'Only by the Grace of God' Mary survived
A woman suffering from long-term illness only managed to escape from her home as fire tore through a derelict neighbouring...
Warning over web romance fraudsters
A County Wicklow Garda Sergeant has warned the public to be wary of prospective suitors carrying out 'romance scams.'
Old Dunnes to be torn down at last
The old Dunnes Stores building will be demolished in the coming weeks to make way for the new civic offices and library.
Fundraisers to help pay for Chloe's treatment
Two Wicklow parents are planning a number of upcoming fundraisers to help fund their daughter's rehab treatment after a life...