Irish Water has fast-tracked funding to carry out essential operational and maintenance works at Enniscorthy Water Treatment Plant.
The Taoiseach has said the government doesn’t know how much fuel prices will increase by after a ban on Russian oil imports.
Reconfiguration work has to be completed at Wexford General Hospital before the new MRI scanner becomes operational
A leading economist says the European Central Bank is attempting to calm markets by giving a strong indication on future interest rate hikes.
Wexford schools are set to benefit from over €500,000 in funding. The Minister for Education made the announcement, which will go towards the purchase of books, audio books and other…
Long queues are forming at Dublin airport again this morning. It comes after fifty thousand people spent hours queuing outside and inside both terminal buildings yesterday. Check in, bag drop…
Gardai in Enniscorthy are appealing for witnesses after a man in his 30’s died in a road crash last night. The vehicle burst into flames after the collision near Clonhaston….
Almost one million cigarettes have been seized in Rosslare by revenue officers
Gardai in Wexford have made significant progress in their investigations in to the circumstances of a major fire in Castlebridge on Sunday evening
he British government’s stance on The Northern Ireland protocol has caused concern among a delegation of US politicians.
A boil water notice has been announced for Enniscorthy residents this evening Monday
He went on to say that a freshness and dynamism is lacking in the current government.
The Independent Deputy says the approach to tackling climate action is without any serious forward thinking
The Foreign Affairs Minister says the latest move against the Northern Ireland protocol from the British Government will damage trust in the process.
The community of Rosslare and surrounding area are appealing for more help in dealing with the influx of Ukranian refugees through the port
Wexford publicans have been urged to sign up to the first ever apprenticeship to train a new generation of bar managers.
There will be no attempt to directly or indirectly impose a Catholic ethos on the new National Maternity Hospital, according to the Chair of the St Vincent’s Healthcare Group.
Ten patients are currently being treated for Covid 19 at Wexford General Hospital. Two of those are in the intensive care unit. Four other people are being treated as suspected…
The Chairperson of Youth Labour says students across Co. Wexford are being “unfairly excluded” from a reduction in fares on public transport. The new scheme was introduced by the Minister…
A Waterford TD says the new National Maternity Hospital should be built on public land, in full public ownership. Sinn Fein’s David Cullinane says it would be the best outcome…
The reduced VAT rate will continue across the hospitality sector until next year and includes cinemas, theatres and museums.
As we are in for the sunniest weekend of the year to date its a timely warning on the dangers of skin cancer
The Health Minister claims the development of the new National Maternity Hospital could be delayed by 10 to 15 years if the land was bought by Compulsory Purchase Order.
Records from the National Archives Treaty 1921 exhibition will open at Wexford’s County Hall, on 23 May
The Taoiseach has said he is “surprised” by the details of a recent email sent by a senior official of Wexford County Council to South East Radio. The email, sought…
The award winning Wexford based yoghurt producer, Killowen Farm, has announced a four million euro expansion of the family run business. The development will create twenty five new jobs in Courtnacuddy. …
Thousands of women are suffering from menopause issues, compounded by the shortage of HRT patches and gel according to Independent TD Verona Murphy
Sinn Fein says the housing situation calls for emergency measures to be introduced
The Minister has committed to investment for infrastructure and new buildings, education, and in research as the new University is officially launched.