Waterford News

Go beyond who we are with Creative Ireland

THE Creative Ireland programme is a national initiative, which aims to encourage everyone to recognise their own creativity and to be given opportunities to experience creativity. Each local authority, including Waterford, has appointed a Creative Ireland co-ordinator and a culture...

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Embrace creativity and boost your wellbeing

CREATIVE Ireland is all about you. It’s about how, whether you are young or old, you can benefit from getting...

Tuesday, 01/08/17 - 10:48am Read More

Important travel advice ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC Quarter-final in Cork

The brand new Pairc Uí Chaoimh, which will play host to the two All-Ireland SHC Quarter finals at the weekend,...

Friday, 21/07/17 - 12:17pm Read More

Nine-year wait for hospital appointment

IN a new report published today (Thursday) the Irish Hospital Consultants’ Association (IHCA) have highlighted the acute shortage of urologists...

Thursday, 20/07/17 - 4:14pm Read More

Waterford Sport

Star studded line-up for Club Déise review night

Fergal Hartley, Elaine Mills, Tom Murphy, Tom Shanahan and Shane Ahearne, selling Club Deise draw ticket for the Waterford Hurlers’ training Fund. Photo: Joe Evans. As September 3 draws close, Club Déise have assembled an All Star panel at the...

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36th Tony Forristal/Sonny Walsh weekend ready to roll

  The organising committee of the 2017 Tony Forristal/Sonny Walsh Tournaments at the recent draws. The action gets underway at...

Tuesday, 22/08/17 - 2:42pm Read More

Another wonderful weekend at Sean Kelly Tour

It’s hard to believe that last weekend the Sean Kelly Tour of Waterford took to the roads of Waterford for...

Tuesday, 22/08/17 - 2:39pm Read More

Punters Were Singing In The Rain

  The Barry, Fenlon and Walsh families enjoying the Tramore August Racing Festival. Photo: Joe Evans. Tramore Races-Sunday August 20th...

Tuesday, 22/08/17 - 2:35pm Read More

Waterford Entertainment

It’s time to Imagine!

  THE 15th annual Imagine Arts Festival in Waterford gets underway tonight (Oct 20) and will run for 10 days with a programme of over 60 events on offer celebrating a literature, music, art, craft, dance, theatre and Trad including...

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‘We haven’t had an earthquake lately’

IN recognition of the many benefits of reading, the Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) is hosting a public reading of Waterfordians’...

Thursday, 06/10/16 - 3:45pm Read More

We’re going southbound

THE Propeller Palms are one of the greatest bands to ever come out of Waterford. This isn’t advertising spiel…this is...

Thursday, 05/11/15 - 9:32am Read More

Entertainment

Jools Oliver shares heart-warming apology note from six-year-old son

Jools Oliver has offered a glimpse of life in the Oliver household as she shared a heart-melting handwritten letter by her son apologising for being naughty. But she admitted that even she and TV chef husband Jamie had struggled to...

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Kodaline team up with suicide prevention charity following deaths of Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell

Kodaline say the recent deaths of Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell inspired them to work with the male suicide prevention...

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 12:10pm Read More

Strictly Come Dancing bosses confirm Bruce Forsyth tribute

Strictly Come Dancing bosses have confirmed the show will pay tribute to former host Bruce Forsyth. Executive producer Louise Rainbow...

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 10:10am Read More

Naomi Campbell criticises lack of diversity at British Vogue

Naomi Campbell has criticised the lack of diversity at British Vogue by sharing an image of its staff that shows...

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 6:50am Read More

Stranger Things likely to end after four seasons, say creators

The brothers behind Stranger Things have said they envisage the hit series will draw to a close after four seasons....

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 6:50am Read More

Reports of EastEnders gas explosion sparks rumours over character death

EastEnders fans have started guessing which character might be about to meet their end following reports of an upcoming gas...

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 6:50am Read More

National News

Search ongoing for missing hillwalker in Kerry

A search is ongoing in Co. Kerry for a hillwalker missing from Mount Brandon. The man in his 60s, believed to be from the UK, was reported missing yesterday evening after failing to return to his car. The Dingle Coast...

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Woman, 70s, denied pension payments after refusing to sign up for public services card

The Government has been forced to admit there is confusion over the implementation of the public services card. It has...

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 11:40am Read More

Some nursing homes charging residents €20 to attend Mass – reports

Nursing homes are denying charging residents for Mass. Reports today claim that a €20 fee is being demanded for religious...

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 11:10am Read More

Man shot by off-duty garda on Dublin’s Portobello Road

GSOC is investigating after a man was shot by an off-duty garda last night. The incident happened in the early...

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 10:30am Read More

National Sport

The Champions League group of death quiz

The Champions League is, by its very nature, a competition between the best teams in Europe – but what happens when the best of the best get drawn against one another? Groups of death occur when some of the biggest...

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Barcelona back for Coutinho? Here’s the media round-up of today’s soccer news

What the papers say Just 24 hours after appearing to give up on signing Philippe Coutinho, Barcelona are back in...

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 10:40am Read More

Kyle Walker-Peters pens new Spurs deal

Kyle Walker-Peters has signed a new contract with Tottenham which will keep him at the club until 2020, the Premier...

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 10:40am Read More

Conor McGregor ‘eyeing up Mayweather fight from early age’

Conor McGregor has revealed he first targeted a fight with Floyd Mayweather before he had even established himself in the...

Wednesday, 23/08/17 - 8:50am Read More