Waterford and the south east region should benefit from enhanced levels of news content on both RTE television and radio, this newspaper has learned.
At the May meeting of Tramore Town Council on Tuesday night of last week Area Engineer Ken Walsh pledged to meet ‘next morning’ with a local priest over serious concerns he has in relation to traffic and parking arrangements in the vicinity of Holy Cross Church.
GARDAI in Mooncoin are investigating a serious road accident in South Kilkenny in which two people sustained serious injuries.
Author and former BBC Chief News Correspondent Kate Adie beamed with pride when she received her Certificate of Irish Heritage at a ceremony held at Waterford Castle on Tuesday last.
Independent TD John Halligan has called for a Constitutional Referendum to decide whether women who are pregnant as a result of rape or carrying a child with severe foetal abnormalities should be allowed an abortion in Ireland.
David Walsh never envisaged that the young, enthusiastic Texan he met in 1993 would become his primary sportswriting focus over 13 eventful years. Integrity. Honesty. Passion. A sense of self-deprecation. All of the aforementioned apply to David Walsh
Waterford jockey Tom Queally enjoyed a brilliant day at Ascot on Saturday last when he notched up a 2339/1 treble which included victory in the Betfred Victoria Cup, the most valuable race on the card.
Mount Sion 1-18 Abbeyside 1-15 Mount Sion continued their good form with a hard earned three-point victory over a much improved Abbeyside last Saturday evening at Fraher Field.
Bolton 1 St Paul’s 0 Raymond ‘Fred’ Carroll scored a truly dramatic goal six minutes into stoppage time to win the Division 3 League title for Bolton in Ozier Park on Sunday morning last.
Marvue United 2 Waterford United 1 A wasteful Waterford United lost for the first ever time in Fahy’s Field when they crashed to Mervue United on Friday night last. This was the fourth consecutive victory for the Galway side over Waterford.
'Shake Skin' by the brilliant Waterford band Kodakid. They have been chosen by Hot Press magazine as one of the finalists in The Big Break competition. Visit www.hotpress.com to cast your vote for them.
Two films by Slieverue-based screenwriter Sean Ryan were screened on the opening day of the Cannes Film Festival, on Wednesday: action/ western Revenge and black comedy The Lunch Break.
Bressie closes his current Irish tour at Forum Waterford on Sunday, 19th May, promoting his new album ‘Rage And Romance”, which came storming into the Number 1 spot in Ireland last month, knocking his US rival Mr Timberlake off the top spot.
A group of prominent musicians in the Waterford/Carrick-on-Suir area has come together to arrange a Gala Tribute Night to the famous and highly respected Waterford-based singer/guitarist, Don Duggan.
Episode 2 of the locally made The Hurler, featuring Ireland’s most notorious hurler, Gar Campion, is now available on Youtube and fast approaching 3,000 views.
This summer, Hive Emerging is due for launch its new premises at 25 Michael Street, Waterford City. Hive is currently extending open calls for emerging artists to exhibit, curate, volunteer, staff & occupy their studios & galleries.
One of Waterford’s foremost entrepreneurs Louise Grubb is back on the business trail having sold her previous business Nutri-Science. She is now working with local pharma research firms and storing products which are destined to be sold in the future.
What do LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter, Amazon and Waterford’s Casey Games have in common? They will all be speaking at the world’s largest conference for entrepreneurs in the U.S. on May 17th and18th.
Seán Gallagher, Irish entrepreneur and businessman is to speak at a Waterford City Enterprise Board free business start-up information seminar in the Tower hotel on the morning of Thursday May 16th.
Faithlegg House Hotel & Golf Resort has just unveiled a stunning new look having undergone major re-investment from the hotel group owners FBD Hotels & Resorts.
Waterford city businessman Eddie Mulligan has described Waterford city’s ongoing economic situation as “a crisis”, and has joined a chorus of local business figures which had called for Waterfordians to ‘do it for themselves’.