Thursday, April 2, 2020

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...

They’re winners all right

HARRY de Bromhead was honoured by Tramore Racecourse with an Outstanding Achievement Award during the December meeting. But before receiving his award he wanted to...

Make sure only Santa gets into your house

SANTA is the only stranger you want in your house this Christmas. That’s the message from the largest Irish-owned private security firm. Manguard Plus s...

Codeathon a runaway winner

YOU will have heard of a marathon, a triathlon and a decathlon. Now we have the codeathon. Thirteen WIT Computing lecturers held a one-day codeathon...

Sleeping out for homeless

FIFTY people took to the streets, braving the cold to take part in the Big Déise Sleep Out. They raised funds to support the...

TV bows out from board

OLD friends and colleagues got together to wish a fond farewell to Spraoi Director TV Honan who is standing down after 25 years’ service...

Making the garden glow

TRAMORE'S Japanese Gardens are also lighting up for Christmas. The Enchanted Gardens Winter Light Festival will officially open on Friday 6 December at 5pm and...

Thank you, Barnardos

BARNARDOS, the children’s charity, has been celebrating the twentieth anniversary of its Waterford Family Support project in Ballybeg. It provides a range of services, which...

It’s beginning to look a lot like … Winterval

IT’S beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Santa has called, the lights are on, and Winterval is in full swing. Ireland’s biggest and best...

Make your gift-list local

WATERFORD Chamber is urging people to shop local this Christmas. At its November Business After Hours in Musgrave Marketplace it launched this year’s Waterford Gift...
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