Man arrested after Portlaw death

GARDAÍ investigating an assault on a man in his 50s in Portlaw have arrested a man in his 20s. Garda and ambulance services were called to a house in Portlaw at 2.45pm today. A man in his 50s was taken...

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Jury fails to reach a verdict

THE jury in the High Court defamation action by  former junior minister Paudie Coffey has failed to reach a verdict. Following nearly 11 hours of deliberation over two days, the foreman of the jury of eight men and four women...

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Counterfeit notes in circulation

GARDAÍ in Waterford are warning that a large amount of counterfeit €50 notes have been in circulation over the last...

Friday, 23/11/18 - 9:32am Read More

Second cath lab funding approved

THE HSE has signed off on Capital funding of €4.75 million to construct a second cath lab and associated day...

Thursday, 22/11/18 - 4:49pm Read More

FF completes ticket in Waterford

The Fianna Fáil General Election ticket for the four seat constituency of Waterford has been completed with the addition of...

Thursday, 15/11/18 - 5:23pm Read More

100 new jobs to be created

Bausch Health this morning announced that it will expand it’s contact lens manufacturing capacity at it’s Waterford site, with around...

Tuesday, 13/11/18 - 1:52pm Read More

Man arrested as wing mirrors kicked off

BETWEEN 12.05am and 12.30am this morning 12 vehicles had their wing mirror kicked off in the O’Connell Street and Mary...

Tuesday, 13/11/18 - 10:11am Read More

Youth hospitalised after being struck by car

WITNESSES are being sought after a youth was struck by a car in a cul de sac in the centre...

Monday, 12/11/18 - 12:52pm Read More

Revenue seizes cigarettes worth thousands

REVENUE officers seized approximately 8,800 cigarettes during a search of a vessel in Belview Port, Waterford. The cargo vessel is...

Wednesday, 07/11/18 - 4:31pm Read More

Man dies in farm accident

IN tragic news a 52 year old man died as a result of a farm accident in Kilmacthomas yesterday (Monday)...

Tuesday, 06/11/18 - 4:04pm Read More

Detailed contracts signed for North Quays redevelopment

IN news just in detailed contracts have been signed with the Fawaz Alhokair Group for the redevelopment of the city’s...

Thursday, 01/11/18 - 2:50pm Read More

City hospital to feature on RTE Investigates

‘Your Service Your Say’ is a bedrock of HSE public policy. It invites, even encourages, those who use any of...

Thursday, 25/10/18 - 2:21pm Read More

Gavin James can’t wait to return to John Street

NOBODY likes making comparisons but with Gavin James, it’s just too easy to call him Ireland’s Ed Sheeran. They’re both...

Wednesday, 24/10/18 - 12:40pm Read More

New theories impacting the development of dementia

CONCERNS about dementia will be alleviated during an explorative presentation by International speaker, Dr. Philip McMillan, during the “Dementia: Novel...

Friday, 19/10/18 - 1:13pm Read More

Brave Kelvin to be honoured for rescuing drowning driver

A KILMEADEN man who waded into a dyke to rescue a drowning elderly driver from an overturned car will be...

Thursday, 18/10/18 - 9:41am Read More

Make a difference with your day

WHEN Andreina Waugh departs University Hospital Waterford after completing one of her brief shifts, she knows that she has made...

Tuesday, 16/10/18 - 5:13pm Read More

Record breaking year for Waterford foodies

Waterford restaurants, producers and all-round food heroes had a recording breaking haul of awards at this year’s Blas na hEireann Irish...

Tuesday, 09/10/18 - 10:20am Read More

Waterford Health Park to light up teal

AS part of the 6th International Trigeminal Neuralgia Awareness Day, Waterford Health Park will be lighting up teal this evening....

Sunday, 07/10/18 - 6:38pm Read More

Gardaí seeking van driver

GARDAÍ are seeking to speak with a male van driver who gave assistance to a woman believed to be a...

Friday, 05/10/18 - 1:06pm Read More

The road to nowhere

WATERFORD’S fight for university status is old news. A letter to the Waterford News & Star, dated February 16 1945,...

Friday, 05/10/18 - 9:08am Read More