Monday, November 18, 2019

Walls project in €35,000 prize bid

THE Waterford’s Walls Project is in the running for an award which could net it €35,000. Representatives of the project have made a presentation to...

New art gallery opening

THE new Waterford Gallery of Art will open for its first public event at the forthcoming Imagine Arts  Festival. On Saturday, October 26th from 3.30-4.30pm...

Santa Claus is coming to town

WATERFORD City will get a sprinkling of Christmas magic as Winterval presents a brand-new interactive Wizards and Dragons exhibition for its 2019 festival. Featuring animatronic...

The Spooks Parade kicks off the Halloween spirit!

WATERFORD children are set to enjoy a unique Spooks Parade to kick off the Halloween season at Waterford Retail Park on Sunday, October 27th...

Yoga tutor hits back as bishop row grows

A WATERFORD yoga instructor has hit back at the Bishop of Waterford and Lismore, Alphonsus Cullinan, after the cleric wrote to schools across Waterford...

Cliff House sees Michelin Star retained for 2020

THE popular House Restaurant at Cliff House Hotel, Ardmore has retained its Michelin Star status in the new Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland...

Thirst for success is so sweet for Carters

CARTERS Chocolate Café, Waterford, is over the moon to have won two more awards at the annual Blas na hEireann National Food Awards in...

Nine in medals at Oscars of food

NINE producers from Waterford were among the winners at the Blas na hÉireann, Irish food awards in Dingle. The bronze, silver and gold winners from...

An early call for Santa’s grotto

AUTUMN is just unfolding but for the Winterval team it is always Christmas time. Last week they announced the first details of this year’s...

War of the roses: Kirsten hits back at ‘nasty’ criticism

THE 2018 Rose of Tralee Kirsten Mate Maher has defended the festival from criticism by a radio presenter. Susan Keogh of Newstalk was responding to...
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