Wednesday, January 22, 2020

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...

Wall-to-wall art turns our city into a gallery

IRELAND’S largest outdoor gallery of public art is taking shape in Waterford. Waterford Walls International Street Art Festival 2019 will see Irish and international street...

Plans for a walking trail along the coast

WATERFORD City and County Council is now accepting the public submissions on the development of a coastal walking trail from Portally Cove to Ballymacaw...

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...

Sales of new electric cars move up a gear

IN the first half of the year, 46 electric cars and 124 hybrid cars were licensed in Waterford – accounting for 1.8% and 4.8%...

Happy new year for Faithlegg’s facelift

FAITHLEGG Golf Club is looking forward to substantial refurbishment next year. Its owners, FBD Hotels & Resorts, plan to invest in the green side bunkers...

A wheely tough test for Paddy

PADDY Flynn is heading home to Waterford by the scenic route. He is cycling from Sydney in Australia and hopes to make the journey...

Whiskey firm offers global job opportunity

THE makers of Jameson whiskey are looking for a graduate to follow in the footsteps of Waterford’s Paula Phelan who is working for the...

Opening time for a new era at Maher’s

ONE of Waterford’s most historic bars has new owners. The Moondharrig House in O’Connell Street, better known as Tom Maher’s, is now being run by...

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...
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