Mr Gavin Duffy and Ms Joan Freeman are among those candidates who will address a special meeting of Wexford County Council in early September as presidential hopefuls continue in their efforts to secure the four Council nominations that will enable them to contest the forthcoming presidential election.
Well known Wexford author, Caroline Busher has been awarded the Reader in Residence at Wexford County Council Public Library Service. Caroline will bring her love of reading, her deep knowledge of books, and her writing talent to the attention of young people and families across County Wexford.
Only awarded for exceeding tough environmental standards in green space management and excellence of visitor attractions – the Green Flag Award for Parks is the mark of a quality park or green space and is recognised throughout the world.
With effect from today, Tuesday 17th July, An Post takes over responsibility for the issuing and renewal of dog licences from local authorities and commences the process of developing a new National Dog Licence database. This new Database will spell the end for the old ”manual” dog licence, modernising the dog licensing system to provide more timely information and helping to boost dog licence
Deputy Mayor of Wexford Cllr. George Lawlor has expressed sympathy to the people of Annapolis, Maryland following the gun attack yesterday that has left at least 5 people dead and others seriously injured.
Wexford Town has had a ‘Sister City’ relationship with the Maryland State Capital for over 30 years and many visiting delegations have travelled back and forth to both towns.
Project Ireland 2040 - Linking People and Places - Capital investment in transport, tourism and sport 2018 - 2027
The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross T.D. and Minister of State for Tourism & Sport, Brendan Griffin T.D. today launched ‘Linking people and places’ and details of the almost €25billion which will be invested in our transport, tourism and sport infrastructure over the next 10 years.
New Fire Engineering programme from WIT aims to increase competence in fire safety of buildings.
Specialist fire engineering qualification now available in South East with new flexible/part-time offering from WIT developed with input from the Chief Fire Officer of Wexford County Council.