Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Archaeology still very much alive in Ireland

Heritage Council survey finds huge public support for Ireland’s archaeology Recent findings in a survey on Public Perceptions of Archaeology carried out by the Heritage...

The kindest cut – beard shave raises festive funds

ONLY Santa’s beard is safe when festive fund-raising gets going. It was a close shave for solicitor John O’Donohoe but he managed to get his...

Chainsaw sculpture proposal is a cut above

A CHAINSAW carver’s idea to build a 200-ft sculpture has received private financial backing for the first step in the project. The ambitious...

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...

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...

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...

Artists prepare for take off!

Local Enterprise Office Waterford is inviting submissions from artists and small craft businesses to apply for the First Flight Enterprise programme at the Kite...

A keyboard queen at 91

YOU are never too old to learn how to use computers, says Frances Treacy. And she should know. At the age of 91, Frances, from...

Students jump on their soap boxes

Secondary School Students from all over the south-east gathered in the impressive surroundings of the Large Room in Waterford’s City Hall to battle it...

Waterford Crafts Christmas Fair

The dark nights are drawing in, the mornings are tinged with a touch of frost and the scent of cinnamon is suggestive of exciting...
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