Monday, November 18, 2019

Tramore to to get extra race fixture next year

TRAMORE Racecourse is to get an extra fixture next year. The meeting, set for July 8, is one of seven additional fixtures that have been...

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%...

Alan and the business of sport

MUNSTER and Ireland rugby legend Alan Quinlan drew parallels between business and sport when he spoke at a meeting in Waterford. “You have to be...

Final bow as curtain falls on our Strictly

WATERFORD Lions Club has made a final bow to Strictly Déise Dancing. After 11 years, the curtain has come down on the show which the...

An early call for Santa’s grotto

AUTUMN is just unfolding but for the Winterval team it is always Christmas time. Last week they announced the first details of this year’s...

War of the roses: Kirsten hits back at ‘nasty’ criticism

THE 2018 Rose of Tralee Kirsten Mate Maher has defended the festival from criticism by a radio presenter. Susan Keogh of Newstalk was responding to...

Bon appétit! We’re top of foodie league

WATERFORD is Ireland’s top foodie destination - and now it’s official. The county has been announced as the winner of Foodie Destinations 2019, a...

Key health projects escape Budget axe

WATERFORD’S vital health projects will escape the Budget axe. It had been feared they might suffer because of the overspend on the National Children’s Hospital....

Festival will be All Together better next year

ORGANISERS of the All Together Now festival are working to ensure that next year’s event will not suffer from the serious traffic congestion that...

Last orders called at 47 pubs in county

WATERFORD has lost 47 rural pubs in the last 14 years, a study has found. The Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (Digi) says this represents...
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