The stamp is one of a series launched to celebrate four libraries around the country founded by the Scottish philanthropist Andrew Carnegie on the centenary of his death.
The Municipal District remains the only one in the county without aquatic facilities for the community of around 26,000.
Over 1,800 events are taking place across in Wicklow and around the country until the 25th August. - with almost 90 per cent of those free to the public.
The State has now been told it must delete data held on over 3 million citizens that it gathered as part of the card's roll out.
It follows a recommendation from the national taskforce, to increase investment in youth mental health supports.
A man arrested in Wicklow at the weekend on suspicion of drink-driving, was found to have an infant in an unrestrained child’s buggy, instead of a proper child’s seat in his vehicle.
The building dates back to the 1880’s.
International experts are to investigate the Department of Education's design and build programme, after a further 17 schools were identified as having structural defects.
84 fatal crashes have taken place in 2019.
Plans for nearly 1,400 homes in Dublin and North Wicklow have been lodged with An Bord Pleanála.
Over 74 thousand CAO first round offers have been issued and show journalism and social science courses have dropped in popularity.
Malaysian officials say that Nora Quoirin died three days ago from internal bleeding due to intestinal damage, believed to have been caused by prolonged hunger and stress.
Their project looks to combat plastic waste pollution.
According to the Irish Independent, more than 30,000 children are understood to have applied for so-called 'concessionary' tickets just weeks before schools re-open.
The well known Downshire hotel in Blessington, which was the venue for the wedding of Gay Byrne and his wife Kathleen, closed down in 2005, and became an art gallery.
They rose by 2 per cent in the year to June, compared to 2.6 per cent in the twelve months to May.
The works, planned to commence over the next couple of months, will focus on the final 400m section at the Bray end of the road where higher curbs and a new footpath will be constructed.
The works began last week and are expected to take six weeks to complete and will involve resurfacing the road from Kilteel Junction up to the Blessington Inner Relief Road junction with N81.
The Beef Plan Movement, Meat Industry Ireland, farming organisations and Government agencies met in Kildare yesterday.
The Child and Family Agency failed to notify Gardai about referrals relating to willful child neglect as well as physical and sexual abuse in a 'timely' manner in one of its service areas.
Gardaí investigating an alleged rape of a teenager and the sexual assault of two others in North Wexford 16 days ago are looking to speak to a male who is understood to have come to the assistance of the three females on the night of the incident.
The State Examinations Commission says the marks are similar to last year.
It's after confirmation an Irish-based lab will no longer be working with the screening programme.
Wicklow County Council are advising residents on Old Connaght Avenue in Bray that from today, Irish Water are commencing sewer upgrade works in the area.
The Health Minister, Wicklow T.D. Simon Harris needs to set a start date for talks to address the problem of recruiting and retaining consultants, according to the IHCA.
There've been calls on Irish Water to publish a plan for stopping wastewater leaks into Dublin Bay.
The Paul Hogarth Company has been approved to create a new design plan for the core centre of Greystones across a broad scale of projects.
Councillor Pat Fitzgerald has presented cheques totalling €5,000 to seven festival committees.
This initiative is the latest attempt to stamp out racism on the transport network.
The winners will be unveiled next Wednesday.
Irish Rail says the penalties were for different types of fare evasion.
One of Ireland’s best known folk singers Danny Doyle, who hit the number 1 spot in Ireland several times in the 1960s and 1970s has passed away at the age of 79.
Patients in the Dublin/Wicklow region who sustain life threatening bleeding following major trauma, will no longer have to wait until they arrive at the Emergency Department before receiving a transfusion.
People along the East Coast are being encouraged to look out for brightly-coloured butterflies in their locality over the next couple of weeks.
The charity says it's busy at a number of its care centres due to the volume of animals it's looking after.
Third-level student representatives say rent caps for college accommodation are "too little, too late" to help struggling students.
It comes just one week after a 208 bed development in Dublin was granted planning permission.
It’s expected building works will take up to 12 months to complete.
Gardai are warning motorists, particularly learner drivers that they will seize vehicles that are not road worthy or displaying the correct information.
The land has been in the ownership of the IDA since 1999.
A traffic management system will be in place on the stretch of road from Blessington to the Kilteel Junction between 08:30am and 5pm.
1,600 Irish venues will be involved in the celebrations on September 20th, while internationally, Abu Dhabi is also taking part this year.
25 projects have been given the green light in nine counties, including Wicklow Wexford and Kildare.
There’s more good news for Arklow this morning.
Essential maintenance work is to be carried out at the Murrough Pumping Station in Wicklow Town today.
After 18 months of roadworks, all three lanes of the M7 in Kildare are now open to traffic
Ireland welcome Italy to the Aviva Stadium on Saturday - who are also one of the teams they'll face in the pool stages of the tournament in Japan.
The list examines how 'brand Ireland' is performing in a massive €7.8 billion industry that supports more than a quarter of a million jobs.
A recent UN-backed report found one million plant and animal species are now threatened with extinction, declining at rates unprecedented in human history.
The plans will see someone get a referral to the HSE the first time they're caught, then a Garda caution before being prosecuted the third time.
New figures show of the over 3,000 primary schools across the country, almost one in five is in an overcrowded classroom.
A new bill will see the TV licence fee apply to laptops, tablets and other devices that people use to watch programmes.
The project was established 13 years ago to combat the increase of illegal dumping and fly-tipping in the Wicklow and Dublin uplands
The latest figures show Irish radio stations hold a massive 85% share of the “listened to” audio market in Ireland. This compares with 7.8% of those who listen to their own music, 5.6% using Spotify and 1.1% listening to Podcasts.
It's feared the suspects in an alleged sex assault on three girls in County Wexford may have left the country.
Over €110,000 has been spent on keeping the courthouse in Wicklow Town closed since 2010.
Focus Ireland is questioning the validity of the latest homeless figures.
The Department of Social Protection has launched investigations into 3,300 cases of suspected welfare fraud this year.
Plans for more than 1,300 homes have been lodged with An Bord Pleanála.
The initiative is part of the County Council’s older people strategy 2017 to 2022.
The HSE says research suggests immediate family members are most likely to be responsible for this type of abuse.
It's annual review for last year shows it received almost 4,500 contacts from people looking for support and information.
It's expected 300 jobs will be brought on stream as a result.
34 year old Gerald Jennings sued the Garda Commissioner and the State over his wrongful arrest on the 2nd of December 2012 in Carlow town.
Concerns are being raised with less than a month before the new school term begins.
The convicted murderer recently won a High Court legal action over data from mobile phones, with a judge ruling Irish laws are in breach of EU laws when it comes to how mobile phone data is accessed and retained.
Two men, one from Wicklow the other from South County Dublin were jailed yesterday after being convicted of convincing more than 140 people from around the world, to invest more than €5 million in a forestry investment scam.
The Minister for Health, Wicklow T.D. Simon Harris is bringing forward new legislation to ban the sale of tobacco products from self-service vending machines and 'locations-or-events' intended for children.
The father of missing Kildare woman, Deirdre Jacob, has renewed an appeal for help on the 21st anniversary of her disappearance.
More than 30 aircraft are took part in the event which draws thousands to the seaside town.
Residential construction activity grew by over 50 per cent in the past 12 months.
The British based company won the contract to operate 10% of routes previously operated by Dublin Bus, primarily in the outer Dublin metropolitan area.
A Wicklow man who was extradited to the US has been sentenced to over 6 years in Prison for his role in operating the Silk Road website an online black market for illegal drugs and other goods.
The Mental Health Commission inspected 118 24 hour supervised residences for people with severe mental illness and intellectual disabilities.
€25 million in funding has been announced by government to make local authority housing more energy-efficient.
Other local authorities include Kildare and Wexford yet to draw down any of their allocated money for accommodation this year.
The figures relate to the number of women affected by an IT glitch at a US lab dealing with CervicalCheck tests.
A swimming ban had been put in place in Wicklow Harbour and surrounding beaches because of poor water quality.
The garden county's first provisional victory in five years came last year when they claimed victory over Offaly in extra-time in Portlaoise.
The government's climate watchdog says Ireland is completely off course to meet its 2020 and 2030 targets.
In its pre-Budget submission, the IFA wants a 38-million euro increase in funding for suckler cow farmers in Wicklow and elsewhere, on top of existing schemes.
Local residents say household rubbish and commercial waste is being dumped illegally in the area.
Following consultation with the HSE, Irish Water and Wicklow County Council have confirmed the notice has been lifted following the results of drinking water quality tests.
The incident happened on Strand Road, when the large entrance arch sign for 'Wings Food Fest' fell over in strong winds.
Bus Eireann services which connect to Dublin feature among the highest number of complaints by customers.
The greater Dublin area which takes in Wicklow and Kildare, along with the southeast, has the lowest levels of community healthcare in Ireland.
Last month, they were found guilty of murdering the 14-year-old schoolgirl in Lucan, County Dublin on May 14th last year.
Fianna Fáil says home support hours provided so far in 2019 are running behind target.
Details of the locations of the bus shelters will be agreed on, after discussion with the relevant service providers and input from the local community groups.
An Bord Pleanála has endorsed the county Council’s planning permission for a major new Data centre in Arklow.
The Environmental Protection Agency says they are going to carry out a site visit of the Wicklow Town Wastewater treatment works and pumping station, following complaints lodged in relation to ongoing foul odours emanating from the works.
Gardai in Baltinglass are investigating two incidents in the town which they believe could be connected
The report shows it rapidly lost height and hit the ground 30 seconds later.
Labour's health spokesperson, Alan Kelly, says the Minister was wrong to make such a major announcement after the Dáil recess
Travelling times for road users on the M11 south of Gorey are expected to improve dramatically from today with the official opening of the new Enniscorthy by-pass.
Housing Building Finance Ireland was set up at the start of the year to give loans to small developers.
80 thousand households, currently use in excess of the annual allowance of 213 thousand litres.
Gardaí in Wicklow are investigating the sudden death of a man in his early 30’s at Wicklow Harbour, Wicklow Town
The Minister for Health is denying lives are being put at risk because of the latest CervicalCheck controversy
The Post Office closed in March and in January they had begun the process of seeking a new post master.
Resurfacing works are underway at five locations on the N81 from today.
Wicklow Sinn Féin Councillor Grace Mc Manus has called on Bray Municipal District to put in place a management and eradication plan to tackle the invasive Giant Hogweed plant growing along the river Dargle in Bray.
A man was rescued from the sea off South County Dublin yesterday after his boat capsized near Dalkey at about 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
Tom Forture has called for one county elected representative to be given responsibility to liaise with their council, the government and financial institutions to address the housing issues in their county.
SIPTU says the service has failed to resolve the matter regarding a new payroll sysyem, despite numerous calls to rectify the issue.
Health Minister Wicklow TD Simon Harris will bring plans to cabinet on Wednesday to return to the old health board system from before the HSE was founded.
Stars from the comedy, music and showband worlds have been attending the comedian and singer's funeral service.
90 per cent of homes in Rent Pressure Zones across the country have failed to meet minimum housing standards.
He was a leading figure in the campaign to introduce same-sex marriage.
It's part of a 3k fundraising race for the local RNLI.
Over half of the litter on Ireland's streets is cigarette butts.
Mother-of-two Antoinette or Angie Smith from Clondalkin in Dublin was last seen alive on O'Connell Street on July 12th 1987 at 2.30am.
They're aimed at stopping protesters from demonstrating within a certain distance of where abortion services are being provided.
The process will look to secure consultants to carry out detailed surveys of the area.
A High Court ruling could be made today in the case of a Wicklow rape victim, who is seeking to waive her anonymity so that the man convicted of carrying out the attack 30 years ago, can be named.
6-thousand members of the Psychiatric Nurses' Association will begin an overtime ban today in a dispute with the HSE.
Cancer patients are forking out up to €1,200 a month on costs linked to their diagnosis.
The Irish Farmers Association says the Mercosur deal is bad for farming communities, the environment and the consumer.
Previous negotiations between local officials and management at Bus Eireann to install a stop on the 133 route ended without agreement.
9,150 were registered in total, a rise of 68.5% on the same time last year.
That's according to the latest test-results carried out by Irish Water into Trihalomethanes.
A new report from the Department of health also shows that a patient's risk of dying after a heart attack or stroke varies significantly depending on which hospital in Ireland they go to.
The system will allow people to discreetly alert security to any ongoing assaults, thefts or other harassment on board trains.
The Rural and Community Development Minister Michael Ring has announced €5 Million in extra funding.
An inspector from the board had previously recommended it should be rejected.
Frankie Cowen has not been seen for a number of days after disappearing from the town.
Jake O' Kane is being forced to move from residential care in Greystones to County Laois, because he has reached the age of 18.
The proposals have been lodged through the new fast track process- meaning developers could potentially start work on the project within the next 2 months.
Local Authorities are being given access to a 600 thousand euro fund for regional events and festivals.
Gardai have described the death of a woman in Arklow, whose body was taken from the sea adjacent to the duck pond in the north of the town yesterday, as a tragic incident.
Gardai say they are confident that bones and a skull, found at a recycling plant in North Wicklow yesterday, were not the result of foul play.
Organisers of the country's newest family festival say not one tent was left behind last weekend.
It's after recent images showed the water at the discharge point of the plant in Ringsend being discoloured.
It’s being claimed that no Electric Vehicle charging point will be installed in Greystones in the new round of nationwide installations.
19 new rent-pressure zones including Arklow and Gorey in County Wexford have been introduced today.
It’s being claimed that some parts of the country currently have less than half the recommended number of staff required for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
The Health Minister Simon Harris says that efforts need to be redoubled to tackle misinformation about vaccinations.
People renting out properties for short-term letting could be fined 5,000 euro or jailed for six months from today.
Leap card users under 19 can hop on public transport for free for four weeks, starting from today.
The Codling Bank wind farm is owned in a joint venture between Norwegian company Fred OIsen and a company linked to property developer Johnny Ronan.
Arklow woman Mary Nolan Hickey ran the entire coast of Ireland to fundraise for the RNLI last year.
Other big names that took to the stage included Liam Gallagher, Janet Jackson, Kylie Minogue, Miley Cyrus and George Ezra.
He's beaten Spain's Martin Molina Salvador on a split decidion in their light-flyweight boxing quarter-final in Minsk.
Progress on securing the original site appeared to have stalled and parents had called for the Education Minister to consider other site options.
The parents of Ana Kriegel have planted a tree in St Catherine's Park in Leixlip in County Kildare today in remembrance of their daughter.
A man in his 20’s has appeared in court this morning over the death of a Latvian woman in Dublin on Wednesday.
It's emerged that critical upgrade works for the N81 won’t be carried out in the National Development Plan 2018 to 2027 and can’t be included in the National Roads Programme.
With the warm weather set to continue, the ESB is reminding people not to swim in reservoirs during the warm weather, due to a risk of uneven ground and deep waters.
The cost of the plan to connect half a million rural homes and businesses is now almost 5 times the initial estimate.
A 3-day strike by 10 thousand health workers next week has been called off.
A man is recovering from serious burns this morning after being electrocuted while trying to retrieve a drone in Dublin
Junior Minister for Agriculture, Wicklow T.D. Andrew Doyle says he was disgusted by the revelations in the Prime Time Investigates programme which highlighted severe cruelty being perpetrated on Irish greyhounds.
A PWC investigation previously said re-tendering the project is not a feasible option and would likely increase costs.
The Neville Hotel Group, which owns and operates the Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire, the Tower Hotel in Waterford and the Kilkenny River Court Hotel had been in discussions to purchase the five-star Druid's Glen hotel and golf resort here in Wicklow in recent months.
A man has been released without charge after a major seizure in Wexford.
All interested parties have been invited to talk in an effort to resolve the ongoing row over access for fishing trawlers at Greystones harbour
A public consultation process was previously launched on plans to address the Old Bray landfill on the North Beach in Bray that is being washed into the sea.
Arklow in County Wicklow has been named Ireland’s Best Kept Large Town.
Bray Lakers have officially opened their new premises in the town.
The contract is worth an estimated €702,000 for Housing First services over a three-year period.
A new report claims that first time buyers on average incomes in Wicklow and surrounding counties, are facing years of saving before they could qualify for a loan to purchase a home.
Patrick Nevin, a 37-year-old software engineer from Dun Laoghaire, attacked the women within days of each other in July 2014.
Reports today say House prices in Dublin have fallen by more than €1,000 a month over the past three months.
Concern has been expressed over the closure of 12 beds for the homeless in Bray.
He was detained following a collision yesterday near Gorey.
In total 44 cases of illegal dumping and 350 litter fines in Wicklow were before the courts in 2018 with a total of €22,420 being imposed in fines.
€5 million in government funding has been allocated for the development of the West Wicklow Greenway.
It's publication follows recent corporate governance issues at the Association, which is under investigation from five external bodies, including the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement.
20 Wicklow primary schools have today received awards for their achievements in Science and Maths.
The new gender-neutral uniform policy at a primary school in Wicklow is a student led initiative.
Around 120 women affected by the non-disclosure of the CervicalCheck audit have applied for compensation.
This compares with what is paid for residents in private nursing homes in the county.
The project included a 6 and half metre wide carriageway, two 2 metre wide footways and two 2 metre wide cycletracks, a new junction, landscaping, and drainage.
It's estimated up to 4-thousand 700 trees could be at risk as part of the Bus Connects plan for the Greater Dublin Area.
The Back Page pub in Phibsborough hired street artist Emmalene Blake to create the piece.
Concerns have been raised after the start date for long-overdue extension works to St David’s Secondary School in Greystones has been indefinitely delayed.
More than half a million people are waiting for their first hospital out-patient appointment. That's according to latest public hospital waiting list data published by the National Treatment Purchase Fund.
The latest addition brings the total number of Lidl stores in the Republic of Ireland to 161, with over 4,200 employees.
Increases to the Carer's Support Grant, an end to the 15-hour rule, and changes to the way means are assessed for Carer's Allowance are among new policy proposals being set out today by Sinn Féin.
Fine Gael Councillor Irene Winters takes up the position for the next year.
The Minister for Health, Wicklow TD, Simon Harris says he has been assured that there will be no delay in accessing the drug Spinraza, following a lengthy campaign by parents of those affected.
Gardai say they are treating the death as a tragic accident.
The current system requires farm families and small firm owners to pay 7.5 per cent of the value of their land annually to help to fund a place in a nursing home.
Dr Gabriel Scally has published his views in a new progress report on the issues highlighted in the wake of the CervicalCheck scandal.
That's according to the latest report from property website Daft.ie
It’s believed to be a result of the compensation case taken by Maria Bailey
The Health Minister, Wicklow T.D. Simon Harris is looking at new ways to tackle Ireland's 'botox boom.'
Wicklow town has fared well in the latest Irish Business Against Litter survey, coming in at 13th and cleaner than European Norms.
The skinny-dip at Magheramore Beach in Wicklow raises money for the children's cancer charity, Aoibheann's Pink Tie.
Fianna Fail's Health Spokesperson Wicklow TD Stephen Donnelly is calling on the Health Minister to establish an independent inquiry into the case of a couple whose healthy baby was aborted after a wrong diagnoses of fatal foetal abnormality.
A huge crowd has attended Katie Taylor's homecoming celebration in Bray.
It’s believed to be related to a fatal shooting in Bray last year.
His 19th century country home in Wicklow is on the market for in excess of €12.5 million.
800 posts have been announced nationally by the Minister for Education for the start of the next school term.
23 percent of councillors nationwide who were recently elected into local government were women.
A number of apartments in Dublin's Grand Canal Dock are set to reach almost €4,000 a month in rent.
Mark Hennessy's family members were in the Coroner's Court today, when it was decided an inquest into his death will be heard on December 4th.
The Green Party's Grace O'Sullivan has been elected taking the fourth seat.
Plans for two primary care centres in Greystones and Arklow had been delayed after the company awarded the contracts to provide the facilities, pulled out of the project.
Fianna Fáil is calling on the Health Minister to address the waiting periods in emergency departments.
The Times Ireland reports pollution has breached safe levels more often this year than in the whole of 2018.
The Greenway Group behind the initiative feel funding is urgently required for coastal erosion protection, with a cycle and walking Greenway built at the same time between the towns of Wicklow, Kilcoole, Newcastle and Greystones.
Fianna Fáil's health spokesperson, Stephen Donnelly, says it's a very worrying development.
After several delays, the Kilmacanogue Parallel service Road safety scheme has finally been put to tender with the deadline for submissions set at June 26th.
Three show gardens and two Botanical and Floral art entries from the garden county were awarded medals on opening day
The latest report from the Environmental Protection Agency, shows that the water quality at 103 of the145 designated bathing waters around Ireland, including 6 here in Wicklow are classified as ‘excellent.
After months of concern, Blessington in West Wicklow is to retain its Tourism Office, after a new premises was secured in recent weeks.
The Data released by the Department of Housing shows 44 people in the county were living in emergency accommodation in April, up from 42 in March.
All 32 seats in Wicklow County Council have been filled after Anne Ferris beat Malachaí Duddy to the final seat Bray East following a two day recount, after initial counts saw both candidates tied on 1006 votes each.
Dublin's four new MEP seats have finally been decided, after 3 days of counting.
It has been announced that Labour’s Anne Ferris has taken the fourth and final seat in the Bray East Constituency in Wicklow’s local election by one vote following a methodical recheck of ballot paper
Tinahely native John Mullen has taken the final seat in the Baltinglass Municipal District
The final results have been declared in the Wicklow constituency.
The count for the Arklow Constituency has been completed
The Greystones count has been completed
The Bray West Constituency has been completed, with Rory O’Connor and Sinn Fein’s Dermot Daisy O’Brien who both failed to make the quota, taking the final two of the four seater constituency.
The Baltinglass constituency has finally been completed with the election of Fianna Fail’s John Mullen who didn’t meet the quota, but joins his Party colleague Patsy Glennon who was elected earlier today.
The highest vote was in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown at 86.7% and the lowest was in Monaghan at 75.04%
A memorial has been held in Bray today to celebrate the life of the 39 year old Wicklow climber Seamus Lawless.
However the company says it's not sure some routes will be electrified in time.
The adverts will go live in early 2020, in overseas markets including Britain, the US, France and Germany – building on the 11.2 million visitors that came here in 2018 which generated €6.1 billion euro.
Nearly 200 thousand vehicles have been checked for speeding as part of National Slow Down Day. The Gardaí and GoSafe began the operation across the country yesterday morning.
The Centre for Creative Practices in Kilbride is in the Arts and Culture category while Greystones Lawn Bowling Club will compete in the sports category for the grand final in November.
Three Wicklow Municipal Districts – Arklow, Wicklow and Baltinglass – are to get free WiFI hot-spots, thanks to a European funding initiative.
The stations introduced in three secondary schools in the county last November, aimed at replacing single use plastics.
Following changes to their enrolment policy last January, students of Bunscoil Loreto, are no longer guaranteed a place in Gorey Community School, meaning students may have to attend a secondary school outside of the town.
It comes after it threatened to shut down its entire care services due to financial difficulties.
The works in tandem with Wicklow County Council are due for completion by the end of next month.
Four beaches in Wicklow, Brittas Bay North and South beaches along with Bray South Promenade and Greystones, retained their blue flag status in 2019.
Five primary schools in County Wicklow have been approved for funding for additional accommodation by the Department of Education and Skills.
The family of Wicklow student Jastine Valdez, attended a memorial in Dublin yesterday, to mark the first anniversary of her death.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, have begun a two-day visit to Ireland today, visiting a number of locations in County Wicklow, including Powerscourt and Glendalough. .
The long awaited out of hours GP service for North Wicklow is now up and running after a number of protacted delays.
Rafal Skara, originally from Poland, failed to return to his home in Artane in North Dublin last Saturday evening after he is spent the day paragliding over the Wicklow mountains.
Ellie Conlon from St. Mary's and St. Gerard’s National School in Enniskerry won a top prize at the competition, held at the University of Limerick as part of Tech Week 2019.
New initiatives to improve the transport options for people living in rural areas in Wicklow and around the country have been unveiled.
13 public libraries in Wicklow have benefitted significantly from a technology investment to support local people to learn and develop digital skills.
CSO stats show there were 4,275 new dwelling completions in the first three months of the year, compared with 3,470 completions for the same period last year.
Current charges have been desribed as exploitation of sick patients and their families.
Residential property prices increased by almost 4 per cent nationally in the year to March.
Ms Herda was sentenced to life in prison three years ago, for the murder of her work colleague in Arklow in 2013.
The project is being carried out by the County Council and Birdwatch Ireland.
Their ‘Team Work Makes a Dream World’ project was recognised at the Dublin Regional Final.
Average rents across the country are at a new all time high of 1-thousand 366 euro.
Two years ago the Sinn Fein Party in Wicklow handed over documents to gardai alleging serious planning irregularities in Wicklow County Council.
Thousands came together in the early hours of this morning to walk and raise funds for suicide prevention in Arklow, Baltinglass, Blessington, Bray, Tinahely and Wicklow Town.
The National Transport Authority plans to run a pilot scheme for grants for people who want to begin running a rural taxi service.
1,000 trees could be cut down in Shankill to make way for the Bus Connects new number 13 route from Bray to the City Centre.
Ireland's largest public sector union, Fórsa, wants the assembly to discuss how councils are funded, as it claims only 8 per cent of public spending occurs at local level here, compared to an EU average of over 23 per cent.
A senior veterinary inspector says outside of County Wicklow, there isn’t any evidence that deer play a significant role in spreading TB.
Latest figures show that almost a thousand people in Wicklow and Kildare are waiting for services in either speech and language therapy, occupational therapy or physiotherapy.
The scheme is aimed at helping schools to encourage students to develop a healthier diet by providing funding for healthy food products, while delivering educational programmes about how food is produced and the importance of good nutrition.
319 grants have been awarded in total by the County Council; 91 in Baltinglass, 89 in Arklow, 65 in Wicklow, 43 in Bray and 31 in Greystones.
According to the Journal.ie, the figures show that between 2016 and 2018, 1,040 people turned down the offer of a council house from Dublin City Council, with 371 offers turned down in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown, while South Dublin council had 285 people turn down an offer.
A Wicklow family is calling for the expansion in newborn screening tests from 8 conditions to 40 to bring Ireland’s standards up to best International practice.
Lifeboat crews from Arklow and Wicklow RNLI have been praised for their quick response yesterday after three fishermen were forced to abandon their vessel after it caught fire 30 miles off the Wicklow coast..
A new footpath from Laragh to Trooperstown opened this week, improving Wicklow’s network of trails and providing a much-needed link between the Avonmore Way and Glendalough, St Kevin’s Way and the Wicklow Way.
29 year old Patrick Gallagher was last seen on the night of September the 28th in 1999 in Wexford town.
Cars, luxury watches, mobile phones and designer clothes were among the gang's assets that were seized this morning.
Local residents in Little Bray, Palermo and Enniskerry claim some buses are failing to show up and that several vehicles have been damaged after allegedly being struck by buses driving through their areas
Over 20 years after she went missing from her home-town in county Wexford, a television documentary will air this evening examining new information surrounding the disappearance of Fiona Sinnott.
With 582 patients waiting on a bed in the country’s hospitals yesterday, Fianna Fáil is warning that if current trends continue, delayed discharges from hospitals will lead to a loss of over 200,000 bed days in 2019.
Over 10 thousand people were waiting on trolleys in hospitals last month - the worst April on record.
In a deal announced to the stock exchange this morning, shareholders are to receive 10.5 cent per share.
The motion was withdrawn from the agenda of yesterday’s council meeting.
Junior Minister and Wicklow TD Andrew Doyle says the funding for domestic violence outreach workers is being made in regions which have been identified as having a shortfall in services.
Gardaí and Irish Rail have joined forces as part of a crack-down on anti-social behaviour on public transport.
Sinn Fein's spokesperson on health says another protest at the private home of Health minister, Wicklow T.D. Simon Harris at the weekend is a step too far.
Works will take place over the next three years to accommodate the arrival of a new Lifeboat.
Health Minister Wicklow TD Simon Harris has written to the Attorney General this week seeking legal advice.
Following the news yesterday that a number of local authorities in Dublin, Cork, Kildare and Waterford spent more than €125 million last year buying 466 new homes from private developers, it’s understood a similar approach is being taken here in Wicklow.
Wicklow County Council has opened an online Book of Condolence for people who wish to express their sympathy to family, partner and friends in Memory of Ms Lyra McKee.
The Health Minister Simon Harris is coming in for criticism over the delay in implementing the Sláintecare report
The project would facilitate a new housing development in the area.
Opening hours at Arklow Library are to double from 49 hours a week to 98 hours.
34 new local authority homes are to be built in County Wicklow.
That's the view of The Irish Soccer Referees' Society after a game had to abandoned in County Wexford when a ref was allegedly assaulted.
The announcement that the Government will initiate a pay review process for a cohort of teachers has been cautiously welcomed.
According to the Irish Independent, if approved, Siobhán Talbot will see her base salary increase from just under €860,000 to 1 million, fifty thousand euro.
The Town and Village Renewal Scheme, which promotes rural and community development, provides funding for projects that make towns more attractive places in which to live and work.
Vandalism, assault and intimidation are some of train passengers' biggest complaints, according to new figures.
The funding has been made available for fisheries conservation projects and development projects nationwide through the National Strategy for Angling Development.
New figures obtained by Sinn Fein show that the services are only working at 56 per cent of levels recommended under ‘A Vision for Change’- the government’s mental health policy launched in 2006.
Climate change protesters say they're sorry for the traffic disruption caused by the demonstration on Dublin's O'Connell Bridge.
New figures show the fifth year of employment growth for Local Enterprise Offices nationwide, with 74 net jobs created here in Wicklow in 2018.
Plans for a 75 million euro retail park in Carrickmines have been approved.
The US House of Representatives speaker Nancy Pelosi has been visiting the border with Northern Ireland.
A number of letters have been issued by the local authority to a landowner in recent months, warning against his attempt to stop access of the public to the north beach and Porters Rock in the town to no effect.