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Waterford GAA’s Strictly Dance

Photos from Strictly Dance in aid of Waterford GAA at WIT Arena Photos by Maurice Henebry


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Waterford Film Festival proves another fine success

Michelle Heffernan Reports Garter Lane Arts Theatre played host to an enraptured audience of film lovers and filmmakers at the 11th Waterford Film Festival, which was held on the weekend before last. Over 250 short films were submitted or entry to this year’s festival, with a unique mix of films from Ireland, Europe and the US screening [...]

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Tramore’s Brian Walsh wins big at Berlin Festival

Michelle Heffernan Reports Just last month, Tramore native Brian Walsh made international headlines by scooping the Best Comedy Feature Film Award at the Berlin International Filmmakers Festival. Brian’s outstanding comedy ‘The Gaelic Curse’ was nominated for Best Director, Best Film, and Best Supporting Actor. The award ceremony saw Brian go up against the best in independent film production, [...]

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Waterford College marks special 125th anniversary

Kieran Walsh Reports There was a great attendance at Mass held at the Church of St Joseph and Benildus at Newtown, Waterford on Friday last, as Waterpark College marked the 125th anniversary of its foundation. Most of the school’s current student body were in attendance, in addition to past pupils, parents and friends of Waterpark. It was [...]

TRM announce “Festive LOVE” fashion event in aid of hospice

The team at TRM Waterford on Michael Street is set to share the ‘LOVE’ this festive season as they announce ‘Festive LOVE’ all in aid of Waterford Hospice. The occasion is a fun fashion-inspired evening, which is set to take place at the store from 7pm on the evening of Friday, December 1st. Elaine and her team [...]

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“Blaamageddon” at the Apple Market for Imagine Arts

A riot of flour dust adorned the streets of Waterford city on Sunday Oct 22nd as “Blaamageddon” the city’s first ever “battle of the blaa” took over the Apple Market for part of the Imagine Arts festival Photos by Patrick Browne