A boil water notice has been issued for Coolgreaney Public Water Supply in North Wexford
Parents of school children will be sent free antigen tests in the post from today.
With Declan Ruth, Kylie Murphy, Edel Kennedy and Stephen Quinn of Wexford Youths, John Meyler, Rory Jacob and Paper Tuesdays
The party’s spokesperson on Social Protection, Claire Kerrane says there needs to be a discretionary fund set up to tackle utility debt.
A South African GP says patients, who tested positive for the Omicron variant, have largely been presenting with mild symptoms.
Saturday 13th of November saw almost 1,000 units of freight travel through the ferry hub according to the port’s General Manager Glenn Carr
A fake Supervalu account is messaging people to say they have won a special competition but Pettits say they are not in charge of the account
3 fewer cases of Covid 19 have been recorded locally at Wexford General Hospital while Leonie Grant says we have a base for new vaccines
Pauline Ennis from the Wexford Women’s Refuge says the current accommodation crisis is having a hugely devastating impact on service users
New Ross Town and District is gearing up to embrace its Norman Heritage like never before
County Carlow has the highest rate of Covid-19 in the country while Wicklow has the lowest
NPHET is meeting today and are discussing mask use in primary school but It’s not expected more widespread restrictions will be recommended
The Executive says it’s a big concern for the health service, and they haven’t seen this level of absence since late January.
Elaine Smith from Bridgetown found it difficult to look after her daughter Lucy after seeing essential services and supports impacted in 2020
The bar has been a huge draw for the area for centuries and it’s believed the new owners intend to keep the building in the hospitality trade
The grieving father was due on the Late Late Show in October, but was dropped from the line-up at the last minute.
ESET Ireland have published an online blog with tips on how you can avoid the shopping blues while buying presents for loved ones.
Councillor Codd points out that in 2001 we had 22,500 beds in the hospital system. Today we have only 14, 200.
Westmeath, Louth and Carlow have the highest rates of Covid-19 in the country.
A new Irish-researched obesity drug has been hailed as a major breakthrough.
The Irish National Teachers Organisation says 500 trainee-teachers a week being made available to substitute classes would relieve some pressure due to absenteeism.
Councillor Owens says even with the vaccine he felt he had a cold and did an antigen test which showed positive.
Up to seven teachers have been on sick leave due to covid and here is a shortage of substitute teachers to cover sick leave.
The Irish Farmers Association says government policy is about ‘reducing production and adding cost’ in agriculture.
The game will be live on South East Radio with Liam Spratt and Lizzy Kent bringing you all the action from the decider.
Gardai have warned that fake Covid passes are sold online and anyone caught with one could face a €2,000 fine and/or a month in prison.
With reaction from Oulart The Ballagh and Kilrush’s camogie final wins, Stephen Quinn and Kylie Murphy and Lisa Egan of Adamstown Boxing
There are concerns that full time online learning may need to be reimplemented with virus levels so high right around the country.
There are 11 cases of the virus on site, that’s 2 fewer than yesterday but there remains 4 of those cases in Intensive Care.
The proposal has been made by LHM Property Holdings who are looking to “provide additional options for elder care” in the South East.