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Saltee Islands are now one of Europe’s most significant bird sanctuaries.

Many a Dubliner’s summer was spent in Wexford, which proudly proclaims itself as the sunniest, least rainy county in Ireland. At the heart of it was C(...)

Wexford’s Lee Chin in action against Tipperary in last year’s All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship semi-final at  Croke Park, Dublin. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

In a very busy schedule of events Wexford GAA, undaunted by pandemic, are running their McCauley Wellness Programme online for the next fortnight. Dur(...)

Alanna Hammel: ‘Grandad would regularly suggest we go fishing in the stream. We would tug gigantic salmon and rainbow trout disguised as leaves from the narrow creak’

Name: Álanna Hammel Age: 18 School: Coláiste an Átha, Kilmuckridge, Gorey, Co Wexford Slipperfish The stream was mesmerising. Whenever I hear the bu(...)

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CATHEDRALS National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland Due to current concerns over the Covid19 virus Saint Patrick's Cathedral is closed to the publ(...)

Church services

CATHEDRALS National Cathedral of Saint Patrick, Dublin THE NINTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY - 9.15 EUCHARIST said in the Lady Chapel. 11.15 CHORAL EUCHARIS(...)

Church services

CATHEDRALS Down Cathedral, Downpatrick Sundays at 11:30am and Thursdays at 10am with Holy Communion. You are very welcome to visit Down Cathedral. Mo(...)

Roisin Hammel, mother of Cian Hammel, of Ford Court, Kilmuckridge, Co Wexford, leaving the Four Courts on Tuesday after a HIgh Court action on behalf of her son. Photograph: Collins Courts

A boy who suffered a brain injury after his mother was thrown from a car, driven by an uninsured driver, when she was on the way to have a final preg(...)

Sean Hogan from the National Emergency Co-ordination Group said severe coastal and river flooding was unlikely. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Storm Brian is just a “run of the mill storm” albeit one which is badly timed, the State’s national director of emergency planning Sean Hogan has said(...)

Pauline Finlay went missing in March 1994 in Co Wexford.

The family of an Irish woman missing for over 20 years have learned that her body may have been recovered in Wales as long ago as October 1994, eight (...)