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Third Level for St. Senans——–saviour for Enniscorthy or Pipe Dream? 31/05/17

| May 31, 2017
Third Level for St. Senans——–saviour for Enniscorthy or Pipe Dream? 31/05/17

Enniscorthy Councillor Paddy Kavanagh has long had a dream that a Third level Institution which included a major facility for the provision of apprenticeships could be established in the old St. Senan’s building in Enniscorthy

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Enterprise Office created 103 JOBS in 2016 31/05/17

| May 31, 2017
Enterprise Office created 103 JOBS in 2016 31/05/17

A net total of 3,679 new jobs were delivered in 2016 by the 6,846 small businesses from across the country that have been supported by the Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs), according to the results of the latest LEO annual jobs survey published recently by Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor, T.D.

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Ger Walsh column 31/05/17

| May 31, 2017
Ger Walsh column 31/05/17

Varadkar sees key role for Rosslare post Brexit Backing a winner is always important in politics but in the case of the Fine Gael leadership, with such an overwhelming level of support emerging for Leo Varadkar, it was not just important to be seen to support him but to do it quickly.

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Reception marks 100 years of Wexford Unions 30/05/17

| May 30, 2017
Reception marks 100 years of Wexford Unions 30/05/17

From the town of the great Pierces lock=out early last century the trade union movement has always had a special place in the fabric of Wexford town.

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Spoken Word programme at Arts Centre 30/05/17

| May 30, 2017
Spoken Word programme at Arts Centre 30/05/17

All Spoken Word legends, and Peter Murphy in association with Wexford Arts Centre with the support of the Wexford County Council Artist in the Community grant, are looking to support new spoken word performers through an open call for the new Seed to Stage Young Creatives Spoken Word Programme.

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Gorey hosts opening of national Polish festival 30/05/17

| May 30, 2017
Gorey hosts opening of national Polish festival 30/05/17

Some wonderful music, fine Polish paintings and a real taste of Poland were the order of the evening when the Polish community in Gorey had the honour of hosting the opening of The PolskaEire Festival, in Gorey Civic offices on Friday evening.

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Stepping into the past to bring tourists in the future 30/05/17

| May 30, 2017
Stepping into the past to bring tourists in the future 30/05/17

What is hoped to be a major tourism driver for the county over the coming years was unveiled last week when the The Norman Way heritage and cycling trail was officially launched by the  Minister of State for Tourism and Transport, Patrick O’Donovan at Lady’s Island, County Wexford.

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The Wexford Dresser Project 03/06/17

| May 3, 2017
The Wexford Dresser Project 03/06/17

It was all things domestic and homely at Wexford Library recently artist/folklorist Michael Fortune crossed its threshold as part of the Wexford strand of The Dresser Project. The Dresser Project is a body of work being conducted by Michael Fortune which explores the stories and peoples connection with the humble kitchen dresser. The Wexford strand […]

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‘Official’ Wexford travels for London Dinner 30/04/17

| April 30, 2017
‘Official’ Wexford travels for London Dinner 30/04/17

By Laura Butler There was a big official representation  from Wexford when the London Wexford Association held their 63rd Annual Dinner Dance at The Clayton Crown Hotel, Cricklewood, London on Saturday night. There was a warm welcome extended to all at what was certainly a successful fun filled function which was well received and enjoyed by members of the […]

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Oyster Lane Workshop a Great Success 29/04/17

| April 29, 2017
Oyster Lane Workshop a Great Success 29/04/17

Oyster Lane Theatre Group held their annual performance workshop for kids recently  and it was a great weekend for all involved. Over 30 children attended who all went home singing and dancing to various songs.

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