Saturday, December 14, 2019

Waiting an more than an hour for ambulance

THE Fianna Fáil Councillor and General Election Candidate for Wexford, Michael Sheehan has said urgent action must be taken to reduce the length of...

We have the worst drivers!

MOTORISTS in Wexford are arguably the worst drivers in Ireland as new figures show they and drivers in Laois had the highest proportion of...

Local Credit Unions to take on the banks

Some of Ireland’s largest credit unions, including Alutra in Gorey have banded together to offer current accounts with online banking at more than 110...

Aldridge Lodge keeps its Michelin star for 2020

POPULAR Wexford restaurant, Aldridge Lodge in Duncannon has retained its Michelin Bib Gourmand status in the new Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2020...

Children still sent to adult psychiatric hospitals

THE latest Mental Health Commission report raises serious questions about care, Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Mental Heath James Browne has said. Wexford’s Deputy Browne has...

Debt-ridden theatre is facing curtain call

DUN Mhuire Theatre is in financial trouble with the parish unable to afford to keep it open, Fr Aodhan Marken has told the Mayor...

Powerful performances for Eugene O’Neill festival

A STAGED reading of Strange Interlude, the powerful Pulitzer Prize-winning Eugene O’Neill play, will be showcased as part of the second annual Eugene O’Neill...

Local producers in finalists for the Irish Food Awards

BLAS na hÉireann, the Irish Food Awards, has announced its finalists for 2019, with a total of 16 food producers short-listed, with a total...

75 beds, a second cath-lab planned

UP to 75 new beds are to be provided at Wexford General Hospital under the HSE’s new capital plan. Minister Paul Kehoe confirmed that,...

D’Arcy’s vision for a cycle ‘greyway’

MINISTER Michael D’Arcy, Fine Gael TD for Wexford, has called for a cycling ‘greyway’ to be introduced along the old N11 road, linking up...
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