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Sinn Fein accuses FF and FG of claiming ‘miracles’ from Property Tax cash 03/06/17

| June 3, 2017
Sinn Fein accuses FF and FG of claiming ‘miracles’ from Property Tax cash 03/06/17

A major political row has erupted at Co. Council level between Sinn Fein and the controlling group on the authority, made up of Fine Gael and Fianna Fail, over the actual benefits being delivered by the 5% increase in Property Tax voted through in last year’s budget. The Sinn Fein attack follows a repeated shooting down […]

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How to disappear the housing waiting list 01/06/17

| June 1, 2017
How to disappear the housing waiting list 01/06/17

People could be knocked off the housing waiting list without their knowledge if they failed to respond to Co. Council letters seeking to update the status of applicants.

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€14,000 funding for Redmond Park 01/06/17

| June 1, 2017
€14,000 funding for Redmond Park 01/06/17

Fine Gael T.D., Michael D’Arcy said Wexford children will benefit from €14,000 funding for the refurbishment and extension of Redmond Park Playground, Wexford Town.

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Co. Council Round-up 01/06/17

| June 1, 2017
Co. Council Round-up 01/06/17

X-Rated film from the Park North Wexford councillors are pushing for the installation of an increased number of CCTV cameras in various locations to help tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.

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Tenants who dumped I back yard provided with free bins 31/05/17

| May 31, 2017
Tenants who dumped I back yard provided with free bins 31/05/17

Some local authority tenants who have allowed refuse to build up in their back gardens until it posed a health danger to neighbours as a result of attracting rodents may have had the rubbish removed for free by the local authority and then been provided with free bins by the Council in a bid to […]

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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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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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