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Steve Alexander (left)  his brother Doug jnr and their parents  Doug and Lily died in a collision on the N25 Rosslare to Cork road near New Ross on Monday.

A colleague of one of the four people killed in a car crash in Co Wexford on Monday, US policeman Stephen Alexander, has described him as “an unbeliev(...)

Doug and Lily Alexander, who died in the crash on the N25 near Cushinstown in Co Wexford.

The N25 crests the hill rising out of New Ross en route to Wexford town and, just at the point where it veers a little to the right, you can see the g(...)

Steve Alexander, Doug Alexander jnr and their parents Doug Alexander Snr and Lily Alexander died on Monday after their rental car collided with a lorry in Wexford. Photograph: Facebook

The bodies of the four members of the Alexander family killed in a crash in Wexford on Monday evening have been released to relatives following the co(...)

Ko Pha Ngan food market in Thong Sala. Photograph: Ido Arbeit

La Cuisine restaurant, in the old town of Villefranche in the south of France is a very unassuming little restaurant that we stumbled upon for lunch. (...)

Photograph: Alan Betson

Two people in their 40s, a man and a woman, have died in a road traffic incident on the N25, less than 5km from Wexford town. The crash happened on t(...)

The New Ross Boat Yard, Co Wexford, is on a 1.62 hectare- site.

One of the most unusual properties to be offered for sale this year, the New Ross Boat Yard is expected to sell for about €4 million when it goes on t(...)

  Irish Water managing director Jerry Grant   at the National Emergency Co-ordination Centre on Tuesday: he acknowledged there was “a very significant water deficit across the south of the country”. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

A total of 66,000 households and businesses were without water late on Tuesday as Irish Water and ESB Networks worked to restore supplies disrupted du(...)

People on bridge despite road closed to Wooden bridge in Dollymount, ahead of Hurricane Ophelia hitting Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Hurricane Ophelia has caused widespread disruption on the country’s roads, with fallen trees making many impassable. A Roadwatch has released a list (...)

The Government plans to spend €2 billion on improving roads, public transport and supporting tourism next year.

The Government plans to spend €2 billion on improving roads, public transport and supporting tourism next year. The Minister for Finance Paschal Dono(...)

Minister for Communications Denis Naughten has warned local authorities not to impose development charges for telecommunications work.  Photograph: Maxwellphotography.ie

Local authorities have been warned in the Dáil by Minister for Communications Denis Naughten not to impose development charges for telecommunications (...)

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