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How do you explain your feelings and worries? Who can help you if you are too shy to ask for help? Does anyone notice when it feels like your world is falling apart? Young people all have different levels ...
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Well done to John on winning the pool tournament🎱 this evening and thanks to Michael who organized the tournament 👍🏼
FDYS County Wexford added 9 new photos — at Coolcotts Youth Centre
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Watch this space! The work on our new meeting room has begun!
FDYS County Wexford added 3 new photos.
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post English Classes enjoying morning tea in FDYS Francis Street.
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Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Girls night in fdys enniscorthy ❤❤❤
FDYS County Wexford added 30 new photos.
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Some sad goodbyes last Friday to some of our comhairle graduates 👩‍🎓😍😭
FDYS County Wexford added 12 photos and a video.
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Busy night tonight in Music Box Creative Hub 🎶🎶🎸🎤🎶🎶
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Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Shambles youty project is open till 7 in Ross ... Pop in and say hi
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Wexford MarineWatch Another tough day ahead for our community... There is nothing that won't work itself out by talking. Never bottle up your feelings or emotions. Talk to Friends; Parents; Teachers; Brothers; Sisters; Aunts; Uncles; Cousins; Sons; Daughters; WHOEVER - just be ...
The Fdys cloister youth project is open today from 4pm until 8.30pm in Francis Street, Wexford. Young people of all ages can call in and be supported with the every day struggles that they face by qualified youthworkers. For more ...
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post All go here tonight in enniscorthy the group had a maker space to prep for their Christmas cracker event next week details to follow 👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼
FDYS County Wexford added 4 new photos.
Finally it's here 🎱🎱🎱 fdys enniscorthy got yet another early Christmas present 🙈🙈🙈 can't wait to see our groups take it for a test drive 🎄🎄🎄
Please like and share to get the work out there... thanks/kieran
It's been a tough few weeks for our local community, and us here at the FDYS want the young people of Wexford to know 'IT'S OKAY NOT TO BE OKAY' and that we are one of many organisations that are ...
Christmas came early at fdys enniscorthy Andy is like a big child with all his STEAM equipment 🙈🙈🙈🎄🎄🎄
Ask Life brings so many hurdles and obstacles, some people have the tools to manage these tough times, some people have yet to master the skills needed to navigate through.
The first skill needed is the art of conversation, communicating your ...
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Interesting stuff regarding social media survey
Half of children in third class on social media https://t.co/TEVCpXn7o7

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News from around Ireland

Taoiseach to hold bilateral meeting with British PM Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will hold a bilateral meeting with the British Prime Minister Theresa May at the European Council in Brussels this morning, according to a Government spokesman.
Rents rising but number of landlords falling - report The cost of renting a home in Ireland continued to rise between July and September, according to new data.
May seeks EU backstop compromise to save Brexit deal British Prime Minister Theresa May travels to Brussels for the second time in three days today, battling to save her Brexit deal and her political career.
Nine dead, 47 injured in Ankara train crash Nine people were killed and nearly 50 injured after a high-speed train crashed into a locomotive in the Turkish capital, officials said.
Fossil fuels account for over 90% of energy used - SEAI The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland has said Ireland is facing a significant and urgent challenge to reduce the use of fossil fuels
Meditating monk killed in India leopard attack A meditating Buddhist monk has been killed by a leopard in a protected forest for the big cats, Indian police said.
Second Canadian citizen detained in China A second Canadian citizen is reportedly being investigated by China on suspicion of endangering national security, adding to tensions after Canada's arrest of a top Chinese telecom executive on a US request.
102-year-old breaks world record as oldest skydiver Irene O'Shea is 102 years old, and is also in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's oldest skydiver.
Maduro claims US plotting to kill him and invade Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has said the United States is plotting to assassinate him and overthrow his government.
ECB expected to end massive bond buying programme The European Central Bank is expected to formally end its massive bond buying programme today.
Strasbourg mourns dead as hunt for gunman continues The Strasbourg streets that saw terror unleashed at a Christmas market last night have reopened, as members of the public ventured outdoors to leave dozens of messages, candles and flowers for those who were shot.
May wins confidence vote of Conservative MPs British Prime Minister Theresa May has won a confidence ballot of Conservative Party MPs by 200 votes to 117 votes.
EU will not offer legal backstop guarantees - diplomats EU officials have downplayed the prospects of Britain being given legally-binding guarantees on the Irish backstop at tomorrow's EU summit in Brussels.
Fianna Fáil renews Confidence and Supply Agreement Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin has said his party will guarantee the Government can continue throughout 2019 and an election may be held early in 2020.
May sees off confidence vote but rancour remains There is a joke in Westminster these days that you can now assess the scale of the political crisis by counting the gazebos erected in front of parliament.
As it happened: May survives confidence vote All the reaction and analysis as British Prime Minister Theresa May survives a confidence vote in her leadership of the Conservative Party.
EU leaders to discuss Brexit options after meeting May Theresa May will be given an opportunity to "update" EU leaders on Brexit before they discuss the situation and "adopt relevant conclusions" in her absence, European Council president Donald Tusk has said.
Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen jailed for three years US President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen has been sentenced to three years in prison for hush money payments to two women during the 2016 election campaign.
RTÉ reveals top ten presenter earnings for 2016 RTÉ has published the fees earned by its top ten highest-paid presenters, with Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy once again at the top on €495,000.
Martin moves to quell party fears over Govt support The Confidence and Supply Agreement was never a product of normal times, writes Political Correspondent Micheál Lehane.

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