Friday, July 10, 2020

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...

€690,000 to improve home heat efficiency

COUNCILLOR Joe Kelly has welcomed the announcement by the Minister for Housing, Planning & Local Government, Eoghan Murphy of the allocation of over €25...

Cath lab’s closure ‘is a constant concern’

THE Fianna Fáil TD for Waterford Mary Butler has said contingencies must be in place if the  results in the temporary closure of the...

Residents battle to halt masts for faster broadband

RESIDENTS living near Waterford’s Claremont Road are protesting against the installation of infrastructure they believe will be used for 5G.broadband transmission. 5G, which is expected...

Mama Mia! Roman’s marks first birthday

A Big Thank You to all our customers for their ongoing support as we reach one year in business! Roman looks forward to continuing to...

Merger means longer waiting lists for children

CHILDREN in Waterford who are already waiting up to 12 months for an autism consultation may now face further delay. There may also be...

On the ball at the Uluru Outback Bar

Well known local Derek Grace of Deadball Displays paid a visit to John Brennan, proprietor of the Uluru Bar & Restaurant  at the Uluru...

South East offers cutting edge tech roles, lower cost of living and better quality...

The South East is increasingly becoming one of Ireland’s most sought-after destinations to live and work because of the high-end jobs in tech and...

€5.7m secures new morgue for UHW

FUNDING of €5.7 million has been approved for a new morgue at Waterford University Hospital (UHW). It is scheduled to open in 2021 and...

‘Disgrace’ of elderly patients forced to wait

MORE than 400 older people waited more than 24 hours in the Emergency Department of University Hospital Waterford (UHW) in the first three months...
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