Those aged forty to forty four will begin registering for vaccine on Wednesday
Future of Pandemic support payments to be outlined tomorrow
Cabinet ministers will sign off on plans for national economic recovery
Mixed fortunes for pubs in the south east post pandemic
Many have decided to upgrade their premises while for others they have made the decision to shut up shop for good
Pandemic Unemployment Payment likely to be phased out after Summer
Senior Ministers are finalising plans to phase out the Pandemic Unemployment Payments.
Wexford Gardaí seize vehicle that was last road worthy over 15 years ago
Gardai are asking people to ensure their vehicle is roadworthy before you take to public roads.
By law being negotiated in relation to banning of dogs on beaches
That’s according to the Cathaoirleach of Wexford County Council.
Run for the Refuge raises vital funds Wexford Women’s Refuge
Each day of May 2021 the 3 amigos set out on a run to mark the need for this aid in the county.
Local beaches described as ‘chaotic’ over the sunny weekend
Councillor Ó Súilleabháin said the weekend on some of our beaches was chaotic with a blatant disregard for safety.
SER Sports Hour Sunday 30th May with Aidan Delaney
Listen back to the show featuring interviews with Davy Fitzgerald, Matthew O’Hanlon, Shane Roche, Ben Brosnan and Katie Fitzhenry
Traffic delays reported in Curracloe as visitors make the most of the sun
The public are being asked to be mindful of residents when visiting beauty spots in County Wexford this summer.
Ireland at the risk of outages as extra pressure placed on the power system
The national grid is buckling under pressure, and there’s been an increase in system alerts warning of capacity shortages.
Wexford team to take on Kilkenny in refixed game named
Davy Fitzgerald makes 6 changes from the win over Clare with no room for Lee Chin, Mark Fanning or Simon Donohoe in the starting 15.
Finalists chosen for Wexford Fittest School grand finals
Eight teams emerged from the heats on Friday and Saturday and will fight it out to see who will be crowned the champions in two weeks time.
IFA warn of €35 million hole in local economy due to Cap reform
The farming group are worried that the proposed 75% convergence rate would see Wexford farmers miss out on €5 million a year in compensation.
Appeal launched for missing 15 year old from Kildare
5 year old Mackenzie Haverty-Dunne, from the Kilteel area, was last seen boarding a Luas at the Red Cow Luas stop in Dublin.
Wexford schools to provide 7 special classes to students from September
Schools in New Ross, Rathgarogue, Crossabeg, Poulfur and Bunclody are set to benefit with extra funding to be provided from September
Wexford ref highlights social role of being a postman during Covid
Dicky Murphy works for An Post and says for a lot of people last year, the postman was their only contact to the outside world.
HSE warn rebuilding the risk level from the cyber attack remains high
The Irish Patients Association spokesperson Stephen McMahon says it’s the worst disaster to ever hit the Irish healthcare system
New North Wexford vaccination centre to be placed in Kilanerin
Operations will begin from mid June and the centre will have the capacity to deliver around 1,200 jabs a day.
Special Olympics look for support for Can’t Stop Now campaign
Already almost €100,000 has been raised so far with the money going towards athletes in Wexford and beyond.
Needles discarded near children’s play area in Wexford Town
Drug paraphernalia was discarded in a housing estate in the town which has lead to outrage from local residents.
Wexford musicians decry the lack of support for the entertainment industry
Tony Ward of the well known Blue Moose band from the county says the live music sector has been completely overlooked.
Wexford rugby legend Katie Fitzhenry retires from international duty
The former Wexford Wanderer represented Ireland at the 2017 Rugby World Cup and was a member of the 2015 Six Nations winning squad.
Kilkenny report positive Covid case but Wexford game will go ahead
It’s understood the player contracted the virus outside of the playing environment and the rest of the Cats’ squad have been cleared to play.
Wexford Chamber calls for continued covid supports to end of year
Government needs to be clear in it’s direction when easing covid 19 restrictions
International travel set to return in July under plans going to cabinet today
The proposals would also see indoor dining return from July 5th.
Young Gorey artist praised after Little Theatre mural unveiled
As part of the Walls project, James Kirwan has represented some of the past characters that have thread the boards on the famous stage.
Rural pubs ‘can’t wait to get back’ after Failte Ireland guidelines released
The Gap Pub in Ballythomas did serve food for a while but had to close their doors for the most part over the last 18 months.
Vaccine rollout set to take a hit with expected under delivery from Janssen
Ireland had been due to get 476,000 of the Johnson and Johnson jab, instead the worst case scenario would see just 60,000 arrive.
LEO study finds remote workers want to start up their own businesses
According to a new study, over 1 in 3 who work from home in Wexford have saved more than 2 hours commuting time.