Kilmore Councillor Jim Moore is welcoming visitors to the South Wexford coast but is asking you stay safe when going for a swim.
HSA to hold investigation after man dies in workplace accident in Rosslare
A man in his 50s was killed in the tragic accident at a warehouse in the Rosslare Harbour area at around 1am.
Maternity units set to be fully compliant with visiting rules next week
HSE’s Chief Clinical Officer Dr Colm Henry admitted there has been problems – particularly around infrastructure in some of the units.
Major funding boost for disability employment group in County Wexford
Almost €200,000 will go towards helping people with intellectual disabilities in county Wexford get ready for the world of work.
Reducing rural speed limits proposed to decrease road deaths
New Ross representative Michael Sheehan says speed limits here need to be tightened to keep more drivers and pedestrians safe.
Traffic delays reported near Olyegate following earlier crash
A collision has occured on the road between Oylegate village and the M11 roundabout with Gardai and emergency services attending the scene.
Gardai appeal for information on missing Dublin teenager Jamie Walsh
He’s described as being 5’4″ in height, of slight build, with short brown hair and he was wearing blue shorts and a black rain jacket.
Wexford senior hurling manager steps down.
Mícheál Martin said Davy Fitzgerald had given significant commitment to Wexford since taking charge in 2017
Rural laneway funding announced by government
Over six hundred thousand euro has been allocated for the upgrading of rural laneways in County Wexford
Ireland into final sprint for adult vaccinations
The head of the HSE says Ireland has reached the final phase of vaccinating the adult population.
Curracloe and Kilmore Quay come out on top in Ireland litter survey
A nationwide litter survey shows an increase in coastal areas that are littered but our coasts in the South East are dubbed ‘Clean to European norms.”
Fáilte Ireland defends closure of tourist information on Wexford Quay
Head of Ireland’s Ancient East for Fáilte Ireland Brian O’Flynn, responded to questions on why the tourist information office in the town remains closed.
Never before seen footage of JFK’s visit to be donated to New Ross Library
A 20-minute long colour video capturing the visit of President John F. Kennedy to New Ross in County Wexford in June 1963 is to be donated to the Kennedy Book and Research Archive at New Ross Library.
Status yellow rain warning has been issued for Wexford
The alert will run from 3pm today until 5am tomorrow morning.
Covid-19 end in sight according to a leading immunologist
There was a note of optimism at the latest NPHET press conference due to the strong progress in the vaccine programme.
Curracloe and Kilmore Quay clean to European norms
That’s according to a litter survey by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL).
More should be allowed attend funerals – Wexford Councillor
There are calls for clarity on why the easing of restrictions for capacity at weddings does not apply to other religious ceremonies.
Call for more Garda manpower in North Wexford
The call has come from local Fianna Fail Councillor Andrew Bolger
1,408 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Ireland
The Taoiseach expects Covid-19 booster shots will be made more widely available throughout the winter.
29 year old in custody after body of a baby found in North Belfast
A second child was discovered at the house and was brought to hospital where they remain in intensive care.
Youth mental health service down another staff member in Wexford
A child social worker at the facility who has been in the post for 8 years has left the position.
Wexford’s 5 day moving average highest in the South East
The news comes as the number of patients in Irish hospitals with the disease has increased by 58 percent in the past week.
Sites for walk-in vaccine centres opening in Wexford this weekend
Details have been announced of the walk-in vaccination clinics for locals aged 16 and over who have not yet received a vaccine.
HSE takes over Wexford disability centre as ‘last resort’ for residents
HIQA is continuing to monitor the facility to ensure improvements are being made for the safety and quality of life for residents.
Sinn Fein leader visits Wexford and meets with a number of family carers
Party leader Mary Lou McDonald visited County Wexford yesterday and outlined her strategy for a caring society
Big line up of speakers for Kennedy Summer School
The 2021 Kennedy Summer School is set to host global political figures in New Ross this September
Wexford Child Psychologist position has been turned down
Last month it was announced that the post for youth mental health service CAMHS had been offered to someone and it was expected to be filled by July.
Number of people at weddings can increase to 100 from August 5th
Cabinet signed off on the move this morning after initially deciding not to proceed.
Cabinet has approved allowing vaccinations for 12 to 15 year old’s
Ministers accepted NIAC advice and those teenagers will likely be offered vaccine appointments from next week.
Clean Coasts calling on Wexford people to join World’s Biggest Clean-Up
The Big Beach Clean is an annual global call to action as part of the International Coastal Cleanup, operated internationally by Ocean Conservancy.