Saturday, August 8, 2020

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 –...

Something for the weekend?

Why not treat yourself to the perfect weekend treat by whipping up Siúcra x Catherine Fulvio’s Mousse au Deux Chocolat. These sweet little pots may...

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...

Locals asked to dig deep as Alzheimer day washed out

The generous people of Waterford are being asked to dig deep after the Alzheimer Society of Ireland’s (ASI) annual flag day collection was washed...

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...

104 homes could be ok for scheme

A large proportion of Wexford householders previously disqualified from a scheme designed to keep them in their homes could now be eligible to re-enter. New...

€359k. will see more places in local childcare

NEW funding of €358,640 will lead to the creation of additional childcare places in Wexford, Fine Gael Minister Michael D’Arcy has said. Children’s Minister Katherine...

Two thirds of women in Leinster have felt stereoptyped because they are a mother

New research from Beko, to mark the launch of the Woman’s Way and Beko Mum of the Year Awards 2019, has revealed two thirds (66%)...

Parties fail in gender quotas

GENDER quotas need to be brought in for local elections as the top two political parties fail to ensure that at least 30% of...

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...
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