Saturday, December 14, 2019

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...

Four towns pump raw sewage into sea

Four Wexford towns and villages - Kilmore Quay, Arthurstown, Ballyhack and Duncannon - are pumping raw sewage in to the sea. The Environmental Protection Agency...

€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...

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...

Wexford scientist’s body clock work to star in new book series

A Wexford woman is leading Irish research that shows an intriguing connection between the immune system and the body’s natural body clock. And New...

Eggs-citement as chicks hatch at local hospital

RESIDENTS of a long-stay elderly care facility in Co. Wexford are being entertained by some new arrivals in their midst. The hatching of five...

€8m. will see a greener New Ross walkway …

A TOTAL of €8m has been granted to Ferrybank – New Ross Greenway, a Fine Gael Minister  has said. Minister Michael D’Arcy TD said he...

Mental health €25m ‘held up’

UP to €25 million of the Budget 2019 allocation for mental health services is still being held back by the Department of Health, according...

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...

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...
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