The Ashdown Park Hotel have been keeping customers happy this summer with its weekly barbecues and the hotel group, home to Redmond Farm beef, has won a silver award for the rib-eye steak and bronze for the sirloin steak for its grass fed beef in the World Steak Challenge.
The Director of the government's South East Action Plan for Jobs has lashed out at a report published by Waterford Institute of Technology which bemoaned a lack of 'high quality jobs' in the South East region and stated that workers in Co Wexford earned just 39% of the national average wage. Enniscorthy native Alan Quirke described the report and the resulting coverage as 'damaging to the region' and stated that it seemed to be 'clickbait'.
Robert Watt, the secretary general of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the 42nd Dublin Economics Workshop, which will take place on September 13 and 14 in Clayton Whites Hotel, Wexford, with 150 delegates expected to attend.
A business woman from Enniscorthy has launched a kickstarter funding page for a new, locally based ice cream company with the aim of creating a brand that promotes Irish ingredients and dairy as well as bringing something new and unique to the Irish market.
The South East Digital Picnic took place at Wells House and Gardens and drew people in from all across Ireland with some special guest speakers from overseas, all to unlock their digital potential through talks and workshops on social media and digital marketing.
Works are continuing behind the scenes on Wexford County Council's ambitious €15 million Trinity Wharf development off Trinity Street. Just last week, Wexford County Council made an application to the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government for a foreshore lease.
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