A total of 37 Syrian refugees have arrived to live in Co. Wexford.
They are planned to be housed in and around Wexford town.
Frank Staples, Mayor of Wexford town, has extended welcomes to the families.
The sun is making an appearance, shorts and shades are out and the beer gardens are being raided, what does that mean? The summer season is upon us and that also brings about some of the island’s best event when it comes to Music and Arts. Below I’ve listed some of the major festivals around the country of Ireland, as well as some local ones here in the South East.
”Did ya get the shift?” Our little country is filled with funny phrases that only we understand or say. It’s funny when people from abroad visit us and we say a phrase and it has to be explained to them what it means. Or when you go abroad and the home people in that country haven’t heard the phrase. Ah sure look, what can ya do? Read more
This weeks New Ross Standard is filled with intriguing articles. The most intriguing one, to me, is the one regarding the rates that businesses must pay in New Ross. I am proud of our little town and I have views that I am going to express. It’s great to see a businessman in town step up to express their opinion. Emmett Ronan, who owns and operates Harveys Coffee House has brought to light, to the public, exactly how hard it is to try run a successful business in New Ross. The article wrote by David Looby on the issue is as excellent as Emmett’s coffee. Read more
If I could offer one piece of advice to an aspiring writer, it would be to start writing now.
You can read every style manual, how-to-article, and book on the craft, but it won’t replace the physical task of putting pen to paper. Whether your aim is to create a popular blog or write a bestselling novel, you must sit down and start somewhere. Read more