Monday, June 24, 2019

Setting pace for sensory shopping

WATERFORD Retail Park is leading the way in sensory-friendly shopping to make store visits easier for people with autism and other sensory difficulties. Initiatives will...

€3m deal sends our gin Down Under

WATERFORD’S Blackwater Distillery has secured a new contract worth more than €3 million to supply its premium gins to Aldi stores across Australia, the...

Puppy love: it’s a tale of success for top dog Kobie

KOBIE the poodle is Waterford’s top dog - or top puppy, at least. The Silverstandard Poodle was chosen as best in the county by judges...

Drinking to excess – just part of Irish culture?

21% of Irish adults classified as hazardous drinkers, while 23% are at potential risk of becoming hazardous drinkers New Drinkaware Index published reveals 19% exceed...

Come clean: estates are urged to compete

APPLICATIONS are invited for the Waterford City and County Council Spick and Span Awards. Residents associations and community groups in local authority housing estates...

Peter and Monty find gold in their garden

WATERFORD struck gold at Bloom. Top prize for a medium garden at the event in the Pheonix Park went to The Blackwater Gin Garden,...

Art for the heart: Saoirse poses key question for cardiac protest

HOW is McDonalds Open 24/7 and Cardiac Care is not? That is the question posed by national school student Saoirse Mullaney and the theme of...

Sabina VIP guest at the Country Fair

SABINA Higgins will be guest of honour at Waterford Country Fair on Sunday, June 9. The President’s wife is expected to spend several hours on...

Walls fest looks a winner

THE Waterford Walls project has beaten off stiff competition to be among the 36 community groups, sports clubs and organisations from all over Ireland...

Green wave sweeps Living Earth festival to success

THE Bealtaine Living Earth Festival has been hailed as “a record-breaking success.” More than 2,500 people aged from three years to their late 70s took...
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