Wedding attendees may require vaccination cert

EARLIER today, government officials confirmed that from August 5, up to 100 wedding attendees will be permitted. This long-awaited announcement was welcomed by many with upcoming weddings. One such couple is Sylvia McNeill and Thomas Murphy, who are due to...

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Recent deaths of people from Waterford

  WATERFORD CITY & TRAMORE   IT’S with deep and sad regret that we place on record the death of Declan Kelly, Butlerstown, Waterford, who was called from this life on Wednesday, July 14. His remains were removed from Thompson’s...

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Waterford News & Star Family Notices: July 27

HAYES Belvedere Manor In loving memory of Steven (Pete) Hayes whose 6th anniversary occurs at this time. Words cannot express...

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Dunhill beekeeper awarded silver on the European market

THIRD-GENERATION beekeeper Trish O’Neill has been awarded Silver in the Hand and Nail Care category of the 10th annual European...

Tuesday, 27/07/21 - 1:43pm Read More

On the front page: Tragedy strikes Tramore

TRAGIC scenes unfolded on Sunday evening when a man in his 60s, who was recovered from shallow water at Tramore...

Tuesday, 27/07/21 - 11:30am Read More

High incidence of Covid “across many counties”

THE Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HSPC) has today been notified of 1,345 confirmed cases of Covid-19. As of 8am, some...

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Less than two per cent of Council’s housing stock currently vacant

AS of Monday, July 12, one and a half per cent (1.5%) of Waterford City & County Council’s total housing...

Monday, 26/07/21 - 6:32pm Read More

Customers in heaven as indoor service resumes

AS indoor service resumed today (Monday) publican and owner of the Wander Inn, John Aylward was busy tacking up a...

Monday, 26/07/21 - 5:30pm Read More

Sections of N72 to close for two to three weeks in August

THERE will be a ‘significant closure’ of the N72 in West Waterford during August as road crews complete extensive resurfacing...

Monday, 26/07/21 - 5:16pm Read More

Post mortem to take place following Tramore tragedy

A post mortem is expected to be carried out today on the remains of a male in his 60s who...

Monday, 26/07/21 - 2:23pm Read More

Davitt’s Quay works require OPW funding

WATERFORD City & County Council is to carry out remedial repair work on Davitt’s Quay in Dungarvan, but the more...

Monday, 26/07/21 - 11:46am Read More

US firm to create over 130 new jobs at Butlerstown IDA building

Repligen is to create a Centre of Excellence at this IDA-built advanced solution in Butlerstown. OVER 130 jobs will be...

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Tragedy in Tramore

In tragic news it has been confirmed that a male in his 60s has died after being recovered from the...

Sunday, 25/07/21 - 9:27pm Read More

Child injured after falling from Tramore’s Prom to beach below

IN every parent’s worst nightmare a young girl fell over the railings of the Promenade in Tramore onto the beach...

Friday, 23/07/21 - 5:03pm Read More

Waterford Directory of Services for Older People launched in Portlaw

ON the second day of the Dr Martin Day’s Centre re-opening in Portlaw, the centre played host to the launch...

Friday, 23/07/21 - 3:45pm Read More

New Rural Waterford visitor plan & partner app launched

A new development plan which aims to enhance County Waterford’s tourism potential – along with an accompanying app – have...

Friday, 23/07/21 - 2:54pm Read More

RNLI Helvick Bingo Fundraiser this Sunday

ALL are invited to participate in an online bingo event in aid of RNLI Helvick Lifeboat Station, scheduled for this...

Friday, 23/07/21 - 2:39pm Read More

George’s Street refurb ‘will blend old and new’

ONE of Waterford city centre’s most distinctive buildings is under new ownership, with pending refurbishment works set to secure its...

Friday, 23/07/21 - 12:59pm Read More

On The Spot: Moe Dunford

A proud native of Dungarvan, actor Moe Dunford graduated from the Gaiety School of Acting’s full time acting course in...

Friday, 23/07/21 - 12:49pm Read More

Well Said: PJ Beer on his pedal through the province

THERE’S a bear tattooed just above PJ Beer’s left knee, inescapably notable when we’re sitting in Lismore’s Millennium Park on...

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