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How twenty extra Gardaí in county have resulted in amazing drop in crime levels 27/03/17

How twenty extra Gardaí in county have resulted in amazing drop in crime levels 27/03/17

What a difference twenty extra Gardaí in the county have made to crime levels. County Wexford Garda boss John Roche has attributed an amazing fall in almost all categories of crime to the fact that there are now an additional twenty members assigned to the county across all levels.

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SCÚP GELATO to represent County Wexford at National Enterprise Awards 27/03/17

SCÚP GELATO to represent County Wexford at National Enterprise Awards 27/03/17

Two small businesses from Wexford Town were the big winners at this year’s County Enterprise Awards, which were hosted  last by Wexford County Council’s Local Enterprise Office Wexford as part of Local Enterprise Week.

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Ger Walsh Column 27/03/17

Ger Walsh Column 27/03/17

Mystery of how lawmen detect speeding motorcycles Ever wonder how the speed detection vehicles manage to nab tearaway motorcyclists——-you know the ones which sweep past you breaking not just the speed limit but also threatening to do a lot of damage to the ears of anyone in the vicinity with the noise from their roaring […]

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Can ‘Faulty Towers’ Rosslare really become a post Brexit gateway to Europe? 27/03/17

Can ‘Faulty Towers’ Rosslare really become a post Brexit gateway to Europe? 27/03/17

Brexit may cause a lot of problems for Ireland as a whole, Indeed it may not be so special for the Brits either, but there are many who believe it could be a real bonus for Co. Wexford with Rosslare offering an important gateway to Europe for those who want to avoid the hassle of […]

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Threat to Wexford fishing 24/03/17

Threat to Wexford fishing 24/03/17

Sinn Fein members of Wexford Co. Council have opposed a call for the withdrawal of the Sea Fisheries Amendment Bill which is currently before the Oireachtas despite claims that it could be seriously damaging for the Wexford Fishing Industry.

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Sport

Racing at Wexford for a great day out on St. Patrick’s Day 09/03/17

Racing at Wexford for a great day out on St. Patrick’s Day 09/03/17

The new season kicks off at Wexford Racecourse on St. Patrick’s Day and for the very first time the venue has a programme of all national hunt racing throughout the year.

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St. Joseph’s fundraiser in the sand 18/08/16

St. Joseph’s fundraiser in the sand 18/08/16

St Josephs GAA Club in Wexford town will hold their annual fundraiser  FOOTSTEPS IN THE SAND The date for this year’s at Ballineskar beach on Saturday 27th August at 10am..

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Big day for St. Mary’s club 31/01/16

Big day for St. Mary’s club 31/01/16

It was a dream come true for members of the St Mary’s of Maudlintown club in Wexford town on Saturday when Mayor Ger Carthy and Minister Brendan Howlin were on hand to mark the opening of the new club grounds and impressive facilities at The Rocks in the heart of the community which the club serves.

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€1.7m funding for Wexford  Sports  Programme 25/10/15

€1.7m funding for Wexford Sports Programme 25/10/15

Minister Paul Kehoe has welcomed the announcement of €1,723,634 for Wexford organisations under the Sports Capital Programme 2015.

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Oulart look too strong 24/10/15

Oulart look too strong 24/10/15

This is the biggest weekend in Wexford Hurling when the champions of 2015 are crowned with the Co. Final at Wexford Park. The big question is whether or not St. Martin’s can lift their heads following their defeat in the football decider last Saturday.

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Lifestyle

54th Wexford Drama Festival 09/03/17

54th Wexford Drama Festival 09/03/17

The 54th Wexford Drama Festival has been playing to big audiences at the Dun Mhuire Theatre in Wexford town since it opened last week.

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Civic honour marks band’s 90th. birthday 27/02/17

Civic honour marks band’s 90th. birthday 27/02/17

They have been entertaining the people of Wexford for nine decades but last Thursday night it was time for the members of the Holy Family Confraternity Band to sit back and be entertained themselves. They were guests of the Mayor of Wexford Cllr. Frank Staples, who hosted a civic reception in honour of the band […]

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GLYNN BARNTOWN  FOR COMÓRTAS PEILE PÁIDÍ Ó SÉ 13/02/17

GLYNN BARNTOWN FOR COMÓRTAS PEILE PÁIDÍ Ó SÉ 13/02/17

Glynn Barntown senior men’s team will make the big trip south west to compete in the Lidl Comórtas Peile Páidí Ó Sé 2017, the famed club Gaelic football tournament and festival which takes place 17-19 February in Comórtas HQ at Páidí Ó Sé’s pub in Ventry and various GAA venues across the Dingle Peninsula in Kerry.

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Reading Together Festival 11/02/17

Reading Together Festival 11/02/17

Reading Together is special. It is a time when you as a parent, grandparent , carer, brother, sister or friend, sit down with your small child, and equipped with a book  travel to places unknown.

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Creative Writing Morning in Enniscorthy 10/02/17

Creative Writing Morning in Enniscorthy 10/02/17

Are you interested in developing your creative potential in a relaxed, supportive writing workshop? This introductory taster morning will allow you to explore writing in a convivial, encouraging environment with like-minded fellow travellers.  No formal writing experience is assumed.

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Entertainment

WLOS Cast announced for Dolly Parton’s ‘9 to 5 12/02/17

WLOS Cast announced for Dolly Parton’s ‘9 to 5 12/02/17

THE cast for Wexford Light Opera Society’s production of Dolly Parton’s brand spankin’ new musical has been announced and features a top class array of local talent:-

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Final countdown to the Wexford Has Talent Grand Final 2017 11/02/17

Final countdown to the Wexford Has Talent Grand Final 2017 11/02/17

The final week of preparation is underway at present as the countdown is on to the 2017 Wexford Has Talent Grand Final, which is set to take place on Saturday night, February 11th at Clayton Whiles Hotel.

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‘The Dead’ at Opera House 10/02/17

‘The Dead’ at Opera House 10/02/17

Following a sold-out run at Dublin’s Project Arts Centre in December 2015, an award-winning adaptation of the iconic James Joyce story The Dead is reaching out to new audiences when it comes to Wexford as part of a national tour.

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A draw and a win for United fans 16/12/16

A draw and a win for United fans 16/12/16

It was a case of a draw and a win on the one day for the members of Wexford Manchester united Supporters Club when they gathered  in Brownes of Bishopswater last Sunday.

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Arrows at the ready for New Year’s Day  at Hook Lighthouse 16/12/16

Arrows at the ready for New Year’s Day at Hook Lighthouse 16/12/16

An age-old tradition will be revived on New Year’s Day at the 800 year old Hook Lighthouse in county Wexford as the Dunbrody Archers and the Chairman of  New Ross Council Cllr Michael Whelan will participate in an ‘Arrow Ceremony’.

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How twenty extra Gardaí in county have resulted in amazing drop in crime levels 27/03/17

How twenty extra Gardaí in county have resulted in amazing drop in crime levels 27/03/17

| March 27, 2017

What a difference twenty extra Gardaí in the county have made to crime levels. County Wexford Garda boss John Roche has attributed an amazing fall in almost all categories of crime to the fact that there are now an additional twenty members assigned to the county across all levels.

Continue Reading

SCÚP GELATO to represent County Wexford at National Enterprise Awards 27/03/17

SCÚP GELATO to represent County Wexford at National Enterprise Awards 27/03/17

| March 27, 2017

Two small businesses from Wexford Town were the big winners at this year’s County Enterprise Awards, which were hosted  last by Wexford County Council’s Local Enterprise Office Wexford as part of Local Enterprise Week.

Continue Reading

Ger Walsh Column 27/03/17

Ger Walsh Column 27/03/17

| March 27, 2017

Mystery of how lawmen detect speeding motorcycles Ever wonder how the speed detection vehicles manage to nab tearaway motorcyclists——-you know the ones which sweep past you breaking not just the speed limit but also threatening to do a lot of damage to the ears of anyone in the vicinity with the noise from their roaring […]

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Can ‘Faulty Towers’ Rosslare really become a post Brexit gateway to Europe? 27/03/17

Can ‘Faulty Towers’ Rosslare really become a post Brexit gateway to Europe? 27/03/17

| March 27, 2017

Brexit may cause a lot of problems for Ireland as a whole, Indeed it may not be so special for the Brits either, but there are many who believe it could be a real bonus for Co. Wexford with Rosslare offering an important gateway to Europe for those who want to avoid the hassle of […]

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