Tramore set for bus boost

Eoghan Dalton Reports The Bus Éireann service for Riverstown in Tramore is to improve thanks to the return of evening services. It will be part of the summer timetable which will also see a move to a permanent operation of double-decker buses by the end of June, according to Cllr Joe Conway (Ind). There will be [...]


Suir Blueway creates new tourist potential for South Tipperary

Daniel Keating Reports A wealth of history, heritage and culture running largely parallel to much of the N24 between Carrick-on-Suir and Cahir is now open to cyclists and hikers alike. Nestled along the north bank of the River Suir lies the €5.6 million Blueway, a 53-kilometre trail stretching from Carrick to Cahir, key points in [...]


Pamela Phelan joins Adelphi Financial Brokers

Adelphi Financial Brokers is pleased to announce the appointment of Pamela Phelan to its team of financial and mortgage advisers.Mooncoin native Pamela has worked in Waterford City, Kilmacthomas and Dungarvan during an 18-year financial career with PTSB, ICS Building Society, Bank of Ireland and KBC Bank.A Qualified Financial Advisor, Pamela also holds a BA in [...]


Around 100 attend public meeting on solar farm proposal

AROUND 100 concerned locals attended a public meeting in Stradbally last week to hear of plans to construct Ireland’s largest solar farm.Highfield Solar Ltd. has submitted a planning application to Waterford City & County Council for a 270-acre solar farm in the townlands of Rathnaskillogue, Glen East, Glen West and Curaheen. Breda Kiely from ‘Neighbours [...]


Kilmeaden estate has been “neglected”

A KILMEADEN housing estate has been “neglected”, according to a local Councillor.Residents at Fán Glas have been expressing concerns at the lack of maintenance and overall appearance of their estate.Raising the issue at the April Comeragh District meeting of Waterford City & County Council, Cllr John O’Leary (FF) said the roads in the estate urgently [...]