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 Bal, formerly with an address at O’Connell Street in the centre of the city, was arrested on Thursday morning and...

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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

Joy Bells to ring out at Christ Church Cathedral

ON Sunday next, March 19 Dr. Mary McAleese, former President of Ireland, will preach in Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford, at...

Tuesday, 14/03/17 - 11:28am Read More

Ever seen an Irish lizard in Waterford?

IRELAND really is home to two fascinating lizard species and the Irish Wildlife Trust is calling on wildlife enthusiasts to...

Tuesday, 07/03/17 - 11:22am Read More

St Patrick’s Day Parade Grand Marshall

Sean Power, manager of the Waterford Under-21, winners of the 2016 All Ireland Final, will be the Grand Marshall of...

Tuesday, 28/02/17 - 9:30am Read More

70K cocaine haul

As part of ongoing joint investigations targeting Organised Crime Groups operating in this jurisdiction, a joint intelligence led operation was...

Thursday, 23/02/17 - 7:36pm Read More

Illegal cigarettes seized in Waterford

Yesterday (21/02/2017) as part of an intelligence led operation, Revenue Officers stopped and searched a van in Waterford city and...

Wednesday, 22/02/17 - 2:13pm Read More

Students to live the life of doctors

MORE than 120 Transition Year students from the South-East counties of Ireland today began the four-day Waterford RCSI (Royal College...

Tuesday, 21/02/17 - 12:06pm Read More

“Half city comment was taken out of context” – Minister Simon Coveney

MINISTER for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government, Simon Coveney has contacted the Waterford News & Star to clarify comments attributed...

Friday, 03/02/17 - 12:17pm Read More

Road funding vital for overdue works

FUNDING of almost €11 million has been approved for the improvement and maintenance of Waterford’s roads. Minister of State John...

Tuesday, 24/01/17 - 2:23pm Read More

Paudie Coffey on UHW, the health crises in Ireland, and why he believes FG TD John Deasy has no interest in UHW.

Dysfunction in our country’s Acute Hospitals leads to substandard health service and denies equality of access to specialist health services...

Wednesday, 25/01/17 - 12:26pm Read More

New light festival celebrates women

AS the Christmas lights go out over the weekend of Nollaig na mBan (Women’s Little Christmas) from this Thursday to...

Wednesday, 04/01/17 - 4:24pm Read More