National News

EU leaders set to support North rejoining EU after Brexit in event of Irish reunification vote

In what is expected to be Enda Kenny’s last EU summit today, the Taoiseach will move to leave in place an option to keep the North in the EU after Brexit if there is a vote for a united Ireland,...

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Two teenagers die in Donegal crash, three injured

Gardaí in Buncrana are investigating a single vehicle fatal road traffic collision that occurred between Quigley’s Point and Whitecastle on...

Saturday, 29/04/17 - 9:28am Read More

Over half of people consider terrorism a threat in Ireland, says survey

A new survey shows more than half of the people in Ireland consider terrorism a threat here. According to the...

Saturday, 29/04/17 - 8:55am Read More

Medical trial in Cork could see damaged hearts repaired with single injection

A world first medical trial in Cork could have the potential to see damaged hearts repaired with a single injection....

Saturday, 29/04/17 - 7:50am Read More

Motorists warned to be careful over bank holiday weekend

Motorists are being warned not to drink or take drugs while driving. Two people were killed over the May bank...

Saturday, 29/04/17 - 7:02am Read More

Post mortem to take place on body of 31-year-old woman found in Waterford

A post mortem is expected to take place today on the body of a 31-year-old woman found in Waterford city....

Saturday, 29/04/17 - 6:58am Read More

Man airlifted to Cork University Hospital after sustaining serious burns at Tipperary creamery

By David Raleigh A man has been seriously injured after sustained burns to his body at a creamery in Co...

Friday, 28/04/17 - 11:55pm Read More

Government vows to co-operate with Kingsmill massacre inquest

The Government has insisted it will not stymie efforts to find closure for Kingsmill massacre victims. Ten Protestant textile workers...

Friday, 28/04/17 - 9:35pm Read More

HSE presents as ‘dysfunctional’ organisation, says High Court President

The HSE has presented as a “dysfunctional” organisation in a number of cases before him, the President of the High...

Friday, 28/04/17 - 9:26pm Read More

Two Cork men charged with with possession of firearms and ammunition

Two Cork men accused of IRA membership were freshly charged today at the Special Criminal Court with possession of firearms...

Friday, 28/04/17 - 8:59pm Read More

Waterford News

Body discovered in the city

GARDAÍ at Waterford Garda Station are investigating the circumstance  surrounding the discovery of the body of a female in a hosue at Thomas Street, in the city earlier this evening. Gardaí and the emergency services were summoned to the scene...

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City man faces charges of funding terrorism

A 25-YEAR-OLD male appeared at Waterford District Court on Friday morning to face charges of financing a terrorist organisation. Hasan...

Friday, 28/04/17 - 3:23pm Read More

Terror arrests in Waterford City

A MAN and woman each aged in their 20’s were arrested in the city this morning on suspicion of terrorism...

Thursday, 27/04/17 - 5:01pm Read More

Greenway video showcases beautiful Waterford

Greenway video showcases beautiful Waterford WATERFORD’S stunning scenery plays a starring role in a new video celebrating the 46km Waterford...

Wednesday, 26/04/17 - 12:51pm Read More

Waterford pension dispute resolved

A MEMO which will bring to a conclusion the pension battle of around 100 former Waterford Crystal contract workers was approved...

Tuesday, 11/04/17 - 3:09pm Read More

Witnesses of serious traffic accident sought

GARDAÍ in Waterford are seeking witnesses of a serious traffic accident that occurred at The Gladstone Street roundabout on The...

Friday, 07/04/17 - 4:21pm Read More

Chamber announces new CEO

WATERFORD Chamber has announced the appointment of Gerald Hurley as their new Chief Executive Officer. According to the Chamber, the...

Thursday, 06/04/17 - 11:22am Read More

Maths for mums and dads

WOULD you no longer able to help your son or daughter with their maths homework once they start secondary school?...

Friday, 31/03/17 - 4:57pm Read More

Bus drivers to strike from midnight

GOVERNMENT inaction in the Bus Éireann dispute which has now evolved into an all-out strike by drivers from midnight tonight,...

Thursday, 23/03/17 - 4:01pm Read More

Waterford mourns late Capt.Dara Fitzpatrick

THE tricolour is flying at half mast over the Irish Coastguard Station in Dunmore East and a light switched on...

Tuesday, 14/03/17 - 4:23pm Read More