Sunday, April 5, 2020

€1m in funds for the elderly and dementia

THE Minister for Mental Health and Older People, Jim Daly TD, recently launched a new Community and Voluntary Support Scheme which will be administered...

Shakespeare for our 2020 Opera Festival

THE Wexford Festival Opera has announced its 2020 season, a program inspired by Shakespeare and will present three main stage operas as well as...

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...

GAA plan is to get the local school children fighting fit!

A NEW health initiative hopes to see school pupils in peak fitness even before they open their books each day, as GAA coaches have...

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%)...

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...

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). ...

Dementia: a closer look

World Alzheimer Month takes place this September and  Wexford Chronicle will be focusing on a different aspect of dementia over the course of four...

€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...

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...
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