New library open at FCJ
The new library at FCJ Bunclody was opened recently.
Maria Pepper An organisation dedicated to the welfare of children in hospital,is looking for volunteers to visit young patients in Wexford General Hospital.
As 2017 heads into the home straight, the forward-thinking Kilmuckridge Tidy Towns committee are already looking ahead to next year, and they recently launched their 2018 calendar.
Sara Gahan Kilmuckridge Tidy Towns have announced traditional singer Aileen Lambert will facilitate a new project to focus on exploring local songs and unaccompanied traditional singing.
Deborah Coleman - Straight Talking I don't know about you, but I am getting sick of the hype surrounding the issue of 'gender influencing' when it comes to kids.
Fintan Lambe Efforts at establishing Ferns as a heritage tourism destination took a step forward recently as two events took place which focused on the history of the village.
As they considered their options following the Leaving Cert results, local students were invited to Gorey Library recently for a public information evening run by the library and Gorey Credit Union.
Sara Gahan The latest Monaseed ICA meeting took place recently, where a total of 18 members were present,
With the final preparations for back to school underway, Craanford recently squeezed the final drops out of Summer 2017, and held what was billed as the last party of the summer.
Maria Pepper Almost 2,500 people from Wexford commute to Dublin every day for work, making the model county among the top 10 feeder towns for places of employment in the capital city and suburbs.
Fintan Lambe A planning application has been lodged for the construction of 24 new houses on Gorey Hill. James Tomkins is seeking to build 24 two-storey homes on a 2.5 acre site along the Gorey to Carnew Road, and to connect them to the existing public services.
Wexford's Norman Way, Mayo's Céide Coast and Scattery Island in County Clare are the three Irish finalists of this year's EDEN Awards.
Fintan Lambe As it approaches its 100th birthday, St Patrick's Snooker Club in Gorey has recently undergone a facelift, and now it wants new members.
Maria Pepper Is it a play, is it a dance? How To Be Angry is a bit of both, a bizarre black comedy starring Wexford actor Tiernan Kearns which will be premiered at Smock Alley Theatre as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival, running from September 19 to 23 at 6.30p pm each evening.
An Post has launched its new Smart Account in Wexford.
Wild and Native Seafood Restaurant and Tides Gastro Pub, both in Rosslare, have been awarded the status of Official Supporter of the Wexford Food Family in recognition of their support for Wexford food producers.
As thousands of students deliberate their first round offers from the Central Application Office (CAO), the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) is encouraging young people in Wexford to consider a career in tourism. Hospitality and tourism businesses around the country are looking to recruit over 6,000 entry-level employees each year across all areas of their operations.
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