Saturday, December 7, 2019

Seven schools set sights on Young Scientist showing

ELEVEN projects from seven schools in Waterford county have qualified for the BT Young Scientist Exhibition in January. They are: Ard Scoil Na Mara (Technology...

Blaa is on a roll and spreading

WATERFORD’S famous blaa is conquering new territory. The traditional bread rolls are now available daily in more than 90 Supervalu stores across Munster...

Congreve to go global, helped by €3.7m grant

MOUNT Congreve Estate is recognised as a jewel in the crown of Ireland’s famous gardens. Now it is aiming to position itself as one...

Toy Show will be a joy show for Synergy dancers

YOUNG dancers from a Waterford club have won the chance to perform on the Late Late Toy Show, the biggest television entertainment event of...

Free from 5: car parks gift for Christmas

THERE will be free parking in Waterford city on Friday evenings in the run-up to Christmas. Waterford Council and the Port of Waterford have come...

‘No vision here’ so nurse posts left vacant

ALMOST a third of the psychiatric nursing positions in Waterford are vacant, a union leader has claimed. Peter Hughes, General Secretary of the Psychiatric Nurses...

Rockin’: beach stone exhibition opens at UHW

‘Rock Face’, an exhibition by Adrian Crellin, has opened on the Staff Art Wall at University Hospital Waterford (UHW). Featuring an eclectic collection of...

Just the ticket: a €1 bus fare – or no charge at all

A POLITICAL party is asking Bus Eireann to deliver a Christmas present to Waterford. People Before Profit (PBP) wants the fare between Tramore and...

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...

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...
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