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Home sweet home

Home sweet home

Home sweet home

Polina Gribanova from Belarus has been visiting Waterford since she was aged nine, thanks to Chernobyl Aid Ireland and the Dunphy family in Dunhill. Now, she has made the Déise her permanent home Kieran Foley In January 2017, I reported on the story of Polina Gribanova from Belarus who has been visiting Waterford...
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Hopes for airport take-off

Hopes for airport  take-off

Hopes for airport take-off

Eoghan Dalton A make-or-break meeting at Waterford Airport this week will reveal whether it has achieved up to €8 million private investment to secure the company’s future. Its board of directors is meeting Wednesday and will hear from a key shareholder on whether negotiations to secure a backer have been...
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Waterford Harbour Sailing Club to welcome over 70 competitors for the 2022 Port of Waterford Laser Championships

Waterford Harbour Sailing Club to welcome over 70 competitors for the 2022 Port of Waterford Laser Championships

Waterford Harbour Sailing Club to welcome over 70 competitors for the 2022 Port of Waterford Laser Championships

A fleet of over 70 sailing boats from more than 20 clubs around the country will be arriving in Waterford this weekend to compete in the two-day event. The Irish Laser (ILCA) class fleet returns to Dunmore East on May 7 and 8 for the 2022 Port of Waterford Laser Connaught Championships. Racing starts at 12 midday on...
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Clonea Power’s community hub

Clonea Power’s community hub

Clonea Power’s community hub

Kieran Foley The picturesque village of Clonea Power, situated at the foothills of the majestic Comeragh Mountains, is unquestionably one of County Waterford’s hidden gems. A landmark building within this charming village was recently renovated and the end result is testament to the determination and enterprising...
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South East TU comes into being

South East TU comes into being

South East TU comes into being

Justine Dwyer A senior Trinity College Professor has been appointed the first President of the newly formed South East Technical University (SETU) which came into being on Sunday May 1st. Professor Veronica Campbell’s appointment was designated by the Minister for Further Education Simon Harris. Originally from...
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