It seems that Wexford County Council has found itself in a quagmire when it comes to traffic management in the town. While changes made on a trial basis back in October remain in place, they have come in for heavy criticism with many motorists accusing the council of making things worse.
Cerche and childcare providers across Co Wexford have said that they are coming under increased financial pressure following the news that one of the two insurance companies covering the sector has pulled out of the Irish market. Some childcare providers have said they've seen their premium quotes treble and feel as though they are being 'held over a barrel' as they face a monopoly in the Irish Insurance market.
Things got a little bit brighter in Killinick recently as the Walsh family switched on their famous Christmas lights. Every year, Wexford families travel from far and wide to the house at Trimmer's Lane to see one of the most Christmassy houses in Wexford.
Wexford Credit Union generated a surplus of €3.6 million for the year ended September 30, 2019, according to their newly published annual report. Meanwhile, nearly €383,882 in bad debts was written off in 2019, representing a significant drop from €741,503 the previous year.
A principal of a Co Wexford secondary school has criticised the 'best schools' grading system as appears in national newspapers, saying it is not a valid way to judge the performance of schools, based solely on student's graduation to a university education.
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