Opinion

A walk within Waterford

A walk within Waterford

A walk within Waterford

The limited easing of Covid-19 travel restrictions means more of us can now embark on wonderful Waterford walks   Kieran Foley Undoubtedly, the Covid-19 pandemic has focused minds on the simple things which we can no longer take for granted. The benefits of exercising, both physical and psychological, have never been...
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Hail All The Queen Of Killenaule

Hail All The Queen Of Killenaule

Hail All The Queen Of Killenaule

Jordan Norris In a week where one member of royalty departed this earth, a queen from the tiny town of Killenaule made history – leaving behind a legacy of her own unlikely to ever be eclipsed. I feel like a broken record when it comes to Rachael Blackmore, but every time she does something otherworldly, she...
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Daffodil Day with a difference

Daffodil Day with a difference

Daffodil Day with a difference

The Irish Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day fundraiser takes place on Friday March 26th Kieran Foley The Irish Cancer Society is urging people in Waterford to get behind a very different Daffodil Day this year. The charity’s much loved flagship fundraiser is unable to take place in its traditional format with...
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Echoes of the past at Durrow

Echoes of the past at Durrow

Echoes of the past at Durrow

Kieran Foley The centenary of a major historical event at Durrow has highlighted the potential for further developing this popular location on the Waterford Greenway Last Wednesday marked the 100th anniversary of the Durrow Engagement which was an escalation of the War of Independence and one of the first engagements...
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