Thursday, July 2, 2020

McVerry wants ‘mortgage to rent’ scheme enforced

HOUSING and homeless campaigner Fr Peter McVerry has called for the Government’s mortgage to rent scheme to be made mandatory for banks when dealing...

Holy Ghost goes en suite

MINISTER for Older People Jim Daly opened the En-Suite Development Project at Waterford’s Holy Ghost Residential Home. Previously, many of the rooms at the Holy...

Green on double for this year’s big parade

WATERFORD always goes green on St Patrick’s Day but this year’s parade will see the city embracing not just the colour but the campaign. ‘Passion...

The Big Quiz is back

WATERFORD’S biggest table quiz is returning following a hugely successful two years with more than 40 teams participating to be crowned Waterford’s Big...

Volunteers sought by two groups of helpers

THE Waterford Citizens Information Centre is looking for volunteers. The centre provides free confidential and impartial information, advice and advocacy to the public on state...

New trains on way but you’ll have a long wait

BIGGER trains are on the way to relieve congestion on the Waterford to Dublin line. But, as is often the case with rail...

Praise for clean city despite some blackspots

WATERFORD city has been praised in the latest litter survey report but there is criticism for Ballybeg, the bring centre outside the Bus Eireann...

Chilly dip raises funds

SOME 300 swimmers made a quite a splash at the Michael Power Christmas Day Memorial Swim. They were urged on by hundreds of spectators who...

Family-friendly puppy classes

MORE than 9,800 dogs ended up in pounds across Ireland last year, 329 of them in Waterford. Of the Waterford dogs, 201 were reclaimed or...

What has become of cardiac review?

SINN Féin TD David Cullinane has asked health minister Simon Harris for an update on the National Review into Specialist Cardiac Services. The review will...
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