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Wexford streets may be dug up again by other broadband companies 29/09/17

| September 29, 2017
Wexford streets may be dug up again by other broadband companies 29/09/17

The disruption caused by the major works involved with the laying of broadband cables by Virgin Media and the installation of gas pipelines in Wexford town, together with works by Irish Water could be repeated a number of times in the years to come, it has been revealed.

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New road is ‘Scholars Way’ after heated debate over public views 29/08/17

| September 29, 2017
New road is ‘Scholars Way’ after heated debate over public views 29/08/17

The naming of the new Inner Relief Road in Gorey proved a protracted and divisive affair at the monthly meeting of the District Council

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Plans for new houses in Gorey, but they remain a secret 29/09/17

| September 29, 2017
Plans for new houses in Gorey, but they remain a secret 29/09/17

There could finally be light at the end of the tunnel in respect of the chronic shortage of social housing in North Wexford.

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Gorey Round-Up 29/09/17

| September 29, 2017
Gorey Round-Up 29/09/17

Summer School changes planned Changes to the Byrne Perry Summer School Festival in Gorey are to be introduced next year with the main focus of the event to be a major centrepiece lecture.

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Preparing for next summer in Morriscastle 28/09/17

| September 28, 2017
Preparing for next summer in Morriscastle 28/09/17

The summer has ended and the nights are beginning to close in but already in some coastal areas thoughts are turning to next year.

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Lack of notice of deaths is cause of Council’s ‘Sunday Funerals’ headache 28/09/17

| September 28, 2017
Lack of  notice of  deaths is cause of  Council’s ‘Sunday Funerals’ headache 28/09/17

John Carley is one of the Directors of Services at the Co. Council. His main area of responsibility covers housing and given the current problems in that sector it is something which keeps him rather busy. But the community portfolio which he holds also has a range of other responsibilities. One of the less troublesome […]

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Mystery over giant rats in Courtown 28/09/17

| September 28, 2017
Mystery over giant rats in Courtown 28/09/17

Mystery surrounds suggestions that rats as big as young pigs (banbh) are living in litter bins in the seaside resort of Courtown Harbour. The claims came from local councillor Robbie Ireton who told a meeting of the local Municipal District Council that the rats presented danger to people, particularly children who as good citizens put […]

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New company vital for future of Rosslare 28/09/17

| September 28, 2017
New company vital for future of Rosslare 28/09/17

Rosslare Europort could be a major driver of jobs and business in the Wexford economy in the post-Brexit era but its potential to deliver for county and the country could be hampered if it remains part of the CIE Group.

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Pilgrimage Season at Our Lady’s Island 26/08/17

| August 26, 2017
Pilgrimage Season at Our Lady’s Island 26/08/17

It’s the most sacred place in Co. Wexford and every day since August 15th. people have been travelling to Our lady’s Island to pray, meditate and walk around the Island as part of the annual pilgrimage season.

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Two hundred and fifty years of service 26/08/17

| August 26, 2017
Two hundred and fifty years of service 26/08/17

Between them they have given a total of two hundred and fifty years to the Priesthood and last week Bishop Denis Brennan mark a significant milestone in the lives of five Ferns priests when he hosted a special reception in their honour at Bishop’s House.

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