Housing back on the cards for former CBS site

FOLLOWING Castle Keep Aspen’s withdrawn planning application, a new application to develop the former Tramore CBS site has been submitted by Villierstown-based company, Horsom Contracting Ltd. The previous application had been granted by Waterford City & County Council back in...

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Outdoor alcohol debate continues

WITH a strong focus on outdoor dining this summer, most restaurants, pubs and cafés have applied to Waterford City & Council for a Section 254 licence. Effectively, this takes a section of the public realm, such as footpath space and...

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Waterford family’s generosity to the Irish Silver Museum

The spectacular new Irish Silver Museum which is home to one of the largest collections of Irish silver in the...

Thursday, 24/06/21 - 10:07am Read More

Just three local applicants for Live Performance funding

THE Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media has confirmed that out of the 230 organisations that will...

Wednesday, 23/06/21 - 6:30pm Read More

Bus fare “inconsistency” under scrutiny

A PUSH is being made to standardise bus fares across regional public transport routes. Deputy Marc Ó Cathasaigh (Green Party)...

Wednesday, 23/06/21 - 5:33pm Read More

Waterford fishermen join EU fisheries policy protest

FISHING vessels from Dunmore East joined a flotilla of in excess of 50 trawlers from all around Ireland in Dublin...

Wednesday, 23/06/21 - 4:58pm Read More

Councillors seek twinning with Ramallah in Palestine

A MOTION that recognises the strong bonds of friendship and solidarity that exist between Ireland and Palestine, while signalling a...

Wednesday, 23/06/21 - 2:37pm Read More

Businessman trying to buy Waterford manor loses appeal

A BUSINESSMAN, who wanted to buy an abandoned manor house with 230 acres, has failed in an appeal over his...

Wednesday, 23/06/21 - 1:36pm Read More

Jamie Beamish named as Theatre Royal’s Artist in Residence

WELL-KNOWN Waterford actor Jamie Beamish has been named as the Theatre Royal’s inaugural Artist in Residence. During his nine-month sojourn...

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Start-ups & entrepreneurs sought for new Waterford Council & WIT research study

WATERFORD Local Enterprise Office (LEO) and Waterford Cultural Quarter, in association with Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT), are seeking participants...

Wednesday, 23/06/21 - 11:42am Read More

Statement issued on this year’s All Together Now festival

This year’s All Together Now Festival will not take place, and has been now rescheduled to July 29th-31st, 2022. In...

Wednesday, 23/06/21 - 9:11am Read More

Measures taken as Waterford’s Covid cases rise

THE HSE have expressed concern around a rise in confirmed cases of Covid-19 in West Waterford. To facilitate adequate testing...

Tuesday, 22/06/21 - 4:09pm Read More

A Marathon with Focus

PRISCILLA has benefited from the outstanding work Focus Ireland provides throughout Waterford city and county. Upon learning that many running...

Tuesday, 22/06/21 - 4:09pm Read More

New Greenway’s urban sections could be open by Christmas

THE contract for the development of the South East Greenway’s urban sections running through Ferrybank and New Ross has been...

Tuesday, 22/06/21 - 3:54pm Read More

Councillors fear dilution of democracy in new community policing body

WATERFORD’S Joint Policing Committee (JPC) met for the last time on Monday last (June 14), with City and County Councillors...

Tuesday, 22/06/21 - 3:48pm Read More

Burglaries in Waterford down 400% since 2016

BURGLARIES in the Waterford Garda Division have decreased by almost 400 per cent since 2016, the final Waterford Joint Policing...

Tuesday, 22/06/21 - 3:42pm Read More

Humble Henry de Bromhead’s “incredible honour”

HENRY de Bromhead took his place among an elite list when conferred with the Freedom of Waterford by the City...

Tuesday, 22/06/21 - 3:10pm Read More

Recent deaths of people from Waterford

WATERFORD CITY & TRAMORE IT’S with deep and sad regret that we place on record the death of Bridget Bridie...

Tuesday, 22/06/21 - 2:47pm Read More

Family in substandard house due to a lack of availability

THE lack of availability of housing in the Comeragh area has resulted in a five-person family being forced to live...

Tuesday, 22/06/21 - 2:44pm Read More

Renewed calls made for lifeguards after disaster averted at Bonmahon

RENEWED calls for lifeguards for Bonmahon beach were made by Comeragh District Councillors after two children were rescued who were...

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