Front page story runs with "Tintern Inferno", gardai are investigating the fire at the well known tourist attraction, Tintern Abbey.
Nice piece on our two hopefuls for the Olympics and the Paralympic Games, Grainne Murphy and Catherine Wayland.
Two women injured in house fire.
The usual burglary and break-ins.
New Ross Town Council to set up Kennedy Legacy Centre
By-pass work looks likely to begin in 2014
Front page is about how unfortunate Grainne Murphy has been at the Olympics
The guy accused of murdering Nicola Furlong in Japan is to be tried as an adult
Ger Doyle found guilty at Kilkenny Circuit Court of 35 counts of sexual offences.
Musicians from Bannow excel in Leinster Fleadh
The man found guilty of killing a baby to be sentenced.
Big article on Adam Nolan and his boxing heroics in the Olympics
Dunbrody visitors are not entering the town
A film project called 'Film Farm' is looking for teenagers to get invovled.
Enniscorthy Guardian - 7/8/2012
Report on Vinegar Hill Reenactment with nice pics.
Adam Nolan's big fight and RTE's cock-up with the coverage.
A truly unbelievable report about the antics of a species of pondlife from County Wexford who attacked Gary Lineker's son on Twitter with references to him having suffered from Leukaemia and 'a pity that he didn't die'. Feral stuff but why am I surprised.
Controversial Art Exhibition based on paedophile Priest Sean Fortune...
and so it goes on.
New Ross and District Pipe Band are World Champions, coming first place out of 260 bands.
Great coverage on Katie Taylor success, with some interesting local angles.
A "Who-Done-It" on the New Ross Summer Festival, making some fascinating reading.
Coverage of the Hook Triathlon, Duncannon Sand Sculpting Festival and the upcoming Enniscorthy Street Rhythms Festival.
Council stuck with big bill for three houses - more on how the council bought three houses for social housing in the Parkton development at the height of the boom.
Vinegar Hill 1798 Reenactment to become an Annual event.
Girl broke Sergeant's nose with headbutt - she was under the influence at the time so that's alright.
and a couple of positive stories to finish with.
'Harry Hamlet' a Gritty Thriller - Movie scenes filmed at Hook and Fethard.
First novel by US-based Wexford author published - Claddagh Pool by Denis Hearn
Front page story relates to the investigation into the death of a local fisherman.
Wexford woman celebrating her 100th birthday.
Write up on local band Barrowside.
Lovely story on wexford woman who will wear her grandmother's wedding dress on her own wedding day.
Local man who volunteers receives criticism for his work.
Coverage of St. Mary's Graduation Ball, (photos) and the leaving cert results.
Good write up on Adam Nolan's homecoming.
Not local news but interesting column on the Lyons case, makes you think.
Catherine O'Neill, paralympic silver medallist will be given a civic reception outside the Tholsel at 8p.m. tonight.
Cllr. Kevin Dwyer to resign his seat on New Ross Town Council.
No money to test bones found off the Wexford and Waterford coast leaves families at a standstill.
Traffic plans for the National Ploughing Championships revealed.
Front page is aerial shot of the Ploughing Championships site in Old Ross.
Antique fair in New Ross with over 100,000 items up for sale.
Cllr. Kevin Dwyer formally resigns from the Town Council.
An Taisce objects to plans to build a house on Lacken Hill.
Good feature on the Camogie teams return to the four main towns in the county.
New Ross Piano Fest due to begin.
A new music initiative - the New Ross Music Club - is beginning on Friday night in Bolg Bui on Mary Street [for original singer-songwriters and bands etc].
Front page Garda drug probe hits New Ross.
Trial of man accused in ATM raid.
CBS annual student awards.
Coverage of the Wexford Opera Festival.
Mace shop robbed at Ballinaboola.
Waterford airport suffers Aer Lingus pull out.
Spate of thefts in the New Ross area.
Man hospitalised after street fight.
St Mary's student awards ceremony.
Town Council reviews substance bye-laws.
This week in Enniscorthy papers : iPad fiasco at Gaelscoil
Spanish construction company tries to usurp local scaffolding company by getting Spanish construction workers in.
This week's Enniscorthy Guardian reveals that the 'refurbishment' of Rafter Street cost an incredible €728,000 and that it was 70% over budget!
Eh, this week in the local papers
Consumer issues thataway ==>>>
Front page is about councillors going to a conference the day after the Apex roof blew off and asbestos fell off the Albatros factory.
The Chairperson, Councillor Niamh Fitzgibbon is criticised for not calling an emergency meeting straight away. (Should be sparks at the monthly Council meeting tonight!)
Loads about storm damage and the recent flooding.
Feature on Wexford drama.
Good coverage of Wexford win against Antrim.
These scum should get 4 times the regular sentence for this -