Waterford News

Benevolent Betty

Betty Cuddihy: 21st August 1956 – 28th January 2020 “KEEP them all in the church for as long as possible when I die,” Betty Cuddihy instructed Father Michael Twomey in the time before her funeral. The church all laughed when...

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Thank you from the Green Room Awards!

Thank you from the Waterford News & Star Green Room Awards to our lead sponsors, supporters, and everyone who made...

Thursday, 13/02/20 - 5:48pm Read More

Unleashing our Déise spirit on the people’s stage

EDITORIAL ‘There wasn’t a night like this since the old finals of Tops.’ Arts correspondent Pat McEvoy’s words sum up...

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VIDEO: Des Manahan honoured at Green Room Awards

Enjoy this delightful video created by Colin Shanahan in honour of the Waterford News & Star Green Room Awards Lifetime...

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‘Memories’ is a fitting musical tribute to the late Dick Hayes

‘MEMORIES, The Songbook Legacy’ is a two-disc album which the Hayes family has assembled in honour of their late father...

Wednesday, 12/02/20 - 7:00pm Read More

Waterford Entertainment

Thank you from the Green Room Awards!

Thank you from the Waterford News & Star Green Room Awards to our lead sponsors, supporters, and everyone who made the inaugural gala event at the Theatre Royal on Sunday, February 2, such an outstanding success! Follow @WaterfordNS

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Unleashing our Déise spirit on the people’s stage

EDITORIAL ‘There wasn’t a night like this since the old finals of Tops.’ Arts correspondent Pat McEvoy’s words sum up...

Thursday, 13/02/20 - 5:40pm Read More

VIDEO: Des Manahan honoured at Green Room Awards

Enjoy this delightful video created by Colin Shanahan in honour of the Waterford News & Star Green Room Awards Lifetime...

Thursday, 13/02/20 - 5:07pm Read More

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Unleashing our Déise spirit on the people’s stage

EDITORIAL ‘There wasn’t a night like this since the old finals of Tops.’ Arts correspondent Pat McEvoy’s words sum up the euphoric feeling that attached to the inaugural Waterford News & Star Green Room Awards, held in the Theatre Royal...

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View from the Green Room: Madrigallery’s Music of Sound        

  REVIEW Christ Church: Madrigallery   ‘Well that has to be the happiest requiem I’ve ever heard’ declared a beaming...

Thursday, 06/02/20 - 11:26am Read More

CATHERINE DREA: What Dermot Bannon can teach candidates

As I See It: Catherine Drea’s fortnightly column for the Waterford News & Star   HOW can male candidates win...

Thursday, 06/02/20 - 11:15am Read More

TIME OUT WITH TIMMY: This Madness Must Stop

  Timmy Ryan’s weekly column for the Waterford News & Star   DRIVING up the country recently I was listening...

Thursday, 06/02/20 - 11:13am Read More

MUM’S THE WORD: Men and Miscarriage

Aideen Glynn’s weekly column as published in the Waterford News & Star Well! magazine   WHEN a woman loses a...

Thursday, 06/02/20 - 10:51am Read More

National News

Woman sues over alleged misdiagnosis after mammogram taken at BreastCheck clinic

By Ann O’Loughlin A woman who attended a mobile BreastCheck clinic for a mammogram when she had a concern about a lump on her breast has sued in the High Court claiming there was an alleged misdiagnosis. Siobhan Freeney outside...

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Nine colleges sign up for anonymous online system for students to report sexual assaults

Nine colleges across the country have signed up to an online system for students to report sexual assault. The new...

Tuesday, 18/02/20 - 2:30pm Read More

National Ambulance Service: ‘Everyone should know their Eircode’

The National Ambulance Service (NAS) has said that everyone should know their Eircode. The ambulance service was responding to a...

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UCD students protest planned rent hikes at ‘most expensive on-campus accommodation’ in Ireland

Up to 100 students at UCD have held a protest over prospective rent hikes on the college campus. Some of...

Tuesday, 18/02/20 - 1:00pm Read More

Met Éireann issue status yellow weather warning for nine counties

A status yellow rainfall warning has been issued for nine counties in the west of the country. Met Éireann is...

Tuesday, 18/02/20 - 12:10pm Read More

Waterford Sport

Waterford in search of first league win

Waterford’s Brian Lynch hand passes the ball against Wexford’s Glen Malone during their Div. 4 National Football League game in Fraher Field. On Saturday the Déise travel to Sligo in search of their first win of the 2020 NFL campaign....

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Waterford and Galway battling for semi-final place

Waterford’s Jamie Barron and Galway’s Joe Canning in action during last year’s NHL Division 1 semi-final. The Fourmilewater man was...

Tuesday, 18/02/20 - 5:41pm Read More

Déise out of luck in stormy Swinford

Lidl NFL Division 1 Round 3 Mayo 0-6 Waterford 0-2 The facilities and underfoot conditions in Swinford were second to...

Tuesday, 18/02/20 - 5:39pm Read More

20 years since WIT’s first Ashbourne win

Former players and WIT staff pictured at the Tower Hotel on Saturday night where they celebrated 20 years since their...

Tuesday, 18/02/20 - 5:36pm Read More

Waterford trio help UL to wonderful five in a row

UL’s joint captains Beth Carton and Clare Hehir celebrate with the trophy after their UPMC Ashbourne Cup Final win over...

Tuesday, 18/02/20 - 5:33pm Read More

National Sport

All-Ireland minor winning Kerry keeper looks set for AFL move

Deividas Uosis at the AFL Combine in Dublin last year. Picture: Inpho Deividas Uosis is set to be the latest GAA player to make the move to the AFL. The Lithuanian-born Kerry goalkeeper, who can also play outfield, is reported...

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Leaders Celtic show title credentials with late win at Aberdeen

By Press Association Goals from Callum McGregor and Kristoffer Ajer saw leader Celtic battle their way to a 2-1 victory...

Sunday, 16/02/20 - 4:10pm Read More

Storm Dennis forces postponment of Galway and Tipperary clash

Pearse Stadium Storm Dennis is playing havoc with the GAA fixture list for a second day. The GAA announced that...

Sunday, 16/02/20 - 10:10am Read More

Well!

Well Said: Maeve Doherty on the Kennedys, nursing and a happy life in art

MAEVE Doherty has assembled a pile of photographs and cuttings on her sitting room table in Williamstown as I attempt to compact her life into a 45-minute conversation. “I’m about three or four in this photograph with Jackie Kennedy,” says...

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Portlaw’s 40th panto is ready to roll!

PORTLAW Musical Society’s 40th pantomime, ‘Cinderella’, runs at the Premier Hall from tonight through to Sunday and another week of...

Thursday, 06/02/20 - 5:00pm Read More

#YOURFITNESS: Being fit and healthy daily

  Weekly column by fitness experts Adam Wright and Jacqui Watson for the Waterford News & Star, in association with...

Thursday, 06/02/20 - 11:09am Read More
Well! – Waterford Entertainment

CHEF DARIO CAVALIERE: Stew with zest

  Chef Dario Cavaliere writes a weekly food column for the Waterford News & Star   THERE is always something...

Thursday, 06/02/20 - 10:59am Read More

GREEN FINGERS: SOME MORE UNUSUAL SEASONAL PLANTS

  Melanie Dool’s gardening column in association with Orchardstown Garden Centre   REGARDLESS of our experience in gardening, we all...

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