Sunday, August 25, 2019

Battling Déise Vikings will bring history to life on the Greenway

THE Vikings will be back in Waterford on Sunday (August 25). But there is no need to hide your gold or lock up your...

School to pioneer hot dinner scheme

A SCHOOL in Co Waterford has been chosen to pioneer a hot meals project. Scoil Choill Mhic Thomaisin, in Kilmacthomas, is one of 36 primary...

A feast is on the menu

MORE than 70 events are scheduled for Waterford Harvest Festival which will run over three days from September 6 to 8. The festival will open...

We’re jammin! Siúcra x Catherine Fulvio’s Blueberry and Lavender Jam

Create a tasty summer treat with Siúcra x Catherine Fulvio’s delicious Blueberry and Lavender Jam. This recipe embraces the classic blueberry jam with an exciting touch of lavender...

Rent to student and earn some tax-free cash

WOULD you like to rent a room in your house to a student from Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT)? You could earn as much...

Blue plaque honours heroic Famine doctor

HERITAGE Blue Plaques, which are a distinctive feature of the landscape of Waterford city, are becoming part of the streetscape of the county’s towns...

666: unlucky number left waiting at UHW

IT is known as the Number of the Beast: 666 is said to be the devil’s sign and extremely unlucky. And so it has proved...

New 70 acre nature trail free to hike for August

A NEW nature trail has opened in Co. Waterford and is free of charge for the month of August. The 70-acre gardens of Mount Congreve offer...

Hospital trolley figures highest since November 2017

JULY was University Hospital Waterford’s worst so far this year for A&E overcrowding, according to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO), with 590...

A defiant Tidy Towns aims to win overall title

WINNING the overall national title within the next five years, is the stated aim of the newly formed Waterford City Tidy Towns Committee. Speaking to...
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