Wednesday, January 22, 2020

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...

Make your gift-list local

WATERFORD Chamber is urging people to shop local this Christmas. At its November Business After Hours in Musgrave Marketplace it launched this year’s Waterford Gift...

Mayor pays a visit to oldest carer

PAULINE Mhic Parthalán is Waterford’s Carer of the Year and, at the age of 92, probably the oldest carer in Ireland. Waterford’s Mayor, Cllr. John...

Seascapes shape work of craft-maker Marie

TWO Waterford artisan makers will be in the spotlight at the Gifted Craft and Design Fair in Cork. Marie Ronayne, from Ardmore, is an artisan...

Lights, action…Winterval!

IRELAND’S biggest and best Christmas festival will return to Waterford on Saturday, November 23. Santa will be on hand to help Mayor John Pratt...

It’s a rail deal: travel free around Europe

YOUNG people in Waterford are being offered the chance to travel free throughout Europe. They are being invited to apply for the DiscoverEU pass which...

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...
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