Saturday, August 8, 2020

Our Aoife is named as WIT student of year

MURRINTOWN student Aoife McAuliffe is one of two winners of the annual Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) ‘Marketing Student of the Year’ awards held...

US varsity to establish faculty here

A THIRD Level college centre is to be established in Wexford by an American university. Georgia Southern University’s Centre for Irish Research and Teaching is...

Mental health carers fall way short in South East

PARTS of the country have less than half the recommended number of staff needed for child and adolescent mental health services. New figures show...

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,...

South East offers cutting edge tech roles, lower cost of living and better quality...

The South East is increasingly becoming one of Ireland’s most sought-after destinations to live and work because of the high-end jobs in tech and...

Hanks for the memories says Hollywood legend

HOLLYWOOD legend Tom Hanks has hailed the sunny south east as the most “magical and wonderful” place he has filmed in. The 62-year-old actor spent...

More good news with wages, and welfare aid

THE average earnings of a worker in Ireland is just under €39,000, according to the 2018 figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO). ...

Rosanna’s sunny S East…

ROSANNA Davison has told how she “suffered” studying for almost a decade, not making time for family and friends and this summer she’s planning...

Fewer Dubs see county as a home option

THERE has been a reduction  in the amount of Dubiners looking for a home in Wexford in the last 12 months, according to local...

Jessica gets by with little help from her friends…

GAINING top marks in the Diploma for Accounting Technicians programme has given a Wexford student a springboard to a career in the sector –...
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