Waterford News

‘No local consultation’ on potential Bus Eireann fleet modifications

On August 15, the National Transport Authority (NTA) conducted a planned inspection of the two types of single deck buses currently operating in Waterford city at the Irish Wheelchair Association’s offices in Clontarf. This was in response to repeated concerns...

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Doocey throws hat into FG election race

Former City & County Mayor Declan Doocey is ‘testing the water’ by entering the race to join Senator Paudie Coffey...

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Lifesaving Foundation to honour Garda Dave Hearne

The legacy of the late Garda Dave Hearne is to be honoured by the Lifesaving Foundation which will hold its...

Tuesday, 17/09/19 - 4:45pm Read More

New swimming pool proposed for Dungarvan

At the last Meeting of Dungarvan and Lismore Municipal Council it was agreed that the Council would commission a feasibility...

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Tramore leading the trail to culture

WITH Culture Night across the country taking place on Friday, September 20, Tramore is gearing up to launch a trail...

Tuesday, 17/09/19 - 1:00pm Read More

Waterford Entertainment

VIEW FROM THE GREEN ROOM: Kenny’s wonderful Crowman

Pat McEvoy’s weekly reviews as published in the Waterford News & Star REVIEW: Crowman at the Theatre Royal   JON Kenny is superb as Crowman – a man with a deep hatred of crows who shoos them away whenever they...

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Culture Night ‘19 comes to Tramore

‘Tramore writer and musician Derek Flynn hopes to set Tramore alight in a blaze of culture this year.’ THE annual...

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VIEW FROM THE GREEN ROOM: Corcoran’s Eight was spot on

  Pat McEvoy’s weekly reviews as published in the Waterford News & Star   REVIEW: The Eight at Central Arts...

Tuesday, 03/09/19 - 11:39am Read More

Views

PHOENIX: City’s urban ranking

The Phoenix opinion column, which has been running in the Waterford News & Star for more than 30 years IN the Irish urban hierarchy Dublin is obviously first. Cork, Limerick and Galway come second and Waterford, as the smallest of...

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EDITORIAL: Heart attack lab closed ‘until further notice’

FOR over a month the Waterford News & Star has pursued the HSE over the lack of a published contingency...

Tuesday, 17/09/19 - 12:51pm Read More

FR LIAM POWER: Climate change, celibacy and the Amazonian Synod

  A Question of Faith, Fr Liam Power’s Fortnightly Column   FROM October 6-27, Church and community leaders from across...

Friday, 13/09/19 - 6:07pm Read More

ROSE KEATING: Past v Present

Rose Keating’s weekly column as published in the Waterford News & Star’s Well! magazine   CAN our present ever really...

Friday, 13/09/19 - 5:56pm Read More

VIEW FROM THE GREEN ROOM: Kenny’s wonderful Crowman

Pat McEvoy’s weekly reviews as published in the Waterford News & Star REVIEW: Crowman at the Theatre Royal   JON...

Thursday, 12/09/19 - 11:25am Read More

National News

The EuroMillions results are in…

There was no winner of tonight’s EuroMillions jackpot, worth more than €175m. The numbers drawn were 22, 37, 43, 44, 45. The Lucky Stars were 1 and 12. There was also no winner of the Plus draw. The numbers selected...

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One dead, three injured following two vehicle collision in Wexford

A woman in her 50s has died following a two-vehicle collision in Wexford. The incident occurred at Kilnamanagh, Oulart, Co...

Tuesday, 17/09/19 - 9:15pm Read More

Noel Rock replaces Maria Bailey as Chair of Oireachtas Housing Committee

Noel Rock Fine Gael has promoted TD Noel Rock to replace Maria Bailey as Chair of the Oireachtas Housing Committee....

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‘Miraculous’ that no one was injured after car smashes through Dublin shopfront

Picture: David Morris/Twitter Dublin shoppers have escaped injury after a car drove through the front door of a shop this...

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Irish student, 17, wins top prize at EU Contest for Young Scientists

Adam Kelly, pictured after winning the BT Young Scientist competition last January. Picture: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography A 17-year-old from Dublin...

Tuesday, 17/09/19 - 3:45pm Read More

Waterford Sport

In form Blues eyeing up a big Dalymount Park shock

Waterford FC’s  Zack Elbouzedi taking on Bohemians’ Kevin Devaney during their previous meeting in Dalymount Park in April. Zack is back from international duty for tonight’s game. Photo: INPHO/Tommy Dickson. SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Bohemians -v- Waterford FC Friday,...

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Four Waterford trained winners at Listowel

  John Kiely was one of four Waterford trainers who had winners at Listowel today. It was a memorable afternoon...

Thursday, 12/09/19 - 8:21pm Read More

We must continue our push up the table” – Figueira

Walter Figueira celebrates after scoring the winner against Cork City in Turner’s Cross. He’s hungry for more goals and more...

Tuesday, 10/09/19 - 4:37pm Read More

Blues leave it late to grab priceless derby win

Delighted Blues fans celebrate their side’s late win over Cork City in Turner’s Cross.  SSE Airtricity Premier Division It was...

Tuesday, 10/09/19 - 4:34pm Read More

Flynn nets first-half treble for slick Southend

Southend United U-15A striker Calum Flynn who hit a hat-trick against Villa at Southend Park on Wednesday night. WSFL Under...

Tuesday, 10/09/19 - 4:29pm Read More

National Sport

Muscle problem puts Man City’s John Stones out for up to five weeks

Manchester City defender John Stones will be out for around five weeks with a muscular problem, manager Pep Guardiola has announced. The England centre-back suffered the problem in training ahead of their Champions League opener against Shakhtar Donetsk today. “He...

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Birmingham fined by FA over fan punching Jack Grealish

Birmingham have been fined £42,500 after a supporter ran on to the pitch and punched Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish...

Tuesday, 17/09/19 - 3:45pm Read More

Shane Lowry: ‘I get stopped a little more’ since Open win, but ‘I’ve taken it in my stride’

Shane Lowry says becoming a major winner has not changed him as a person. The Open champion makes his return...

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Katie Taylor moves up a weight in bid to become two-weight world champion

Katie Taylor will get the chance to become a two-weight world champion in November. The unified lightweight champion will move...

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Republic of Ireland women’s team hoping for record crowd at EURO 2021 qualifier

Organisers are hoping to see a record attendance in Tallaght Stadium for the Republic of Ireland women’s EURO 2021 qualifier...

Tuesday, 17/09/19 - 1:55pm Read More

Well!

GREEN FINGERS: Gardening blues not a common theme

Melanie Dool’s gardening column in association with Orchardstown Garden Centre   WE all like warm, sunny and bright conditions and with it comes that feel good factor. Now that we are in September and gradually heading into winter, we have...

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#YOURFITNESS: Prenatal health and exercise

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

Friday, 13/09/19 - 6:00pm Read More

THE BOOK NOOK: Skin by E.M. Reapy

Dymphna Nugent’s weekly book review for the Waterford News & Star in conjunction with The Book Centre, John Roberts Square...

Friday, 13/09/19 - 5:58pm Read More

ROSE KEATING: Past v Present

Rose Keating’s weekly column as published in the Waterford News & Star’s Well! magazine   CAN our present ever really...

Friday, 13/09/19 - 5:56pm Read More

WORLD OF WINE: The Full Montes

with our wine correspondent Cormac Power, proprietor of The Fat Angel Restaurant, Cathedral Square, Waterford   SEARCHING for those hidden...

Friday, 13/09/19 - 5:54pm Read More