Infosys BPM to create 250 jobs in Railway Square

Infosys BPM is to create and locate 250 jobs at the Railway Square office development. By Dermot Keyes & Darren Skelton  BUSINESS process management company Infosys BPM is to establish a new delivery centre in the Causeway Group-owned Railway Square...

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WIT campuses to remain closed tomorrow

GIVEN the advice received rom the Department of Further and Higher Education this evening, all WIT campuses will remain closed tomorrow Wednesday, December 8. However, all are expected to reopen on Thursday, December 9. “Staff and students are reminded to...

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Barra’s sting not too harshly felt across Waterford with schools to stay shut

THE street lights that had been off outside University Hospital Waterford, as well as along the Dunmore Road and the...

Tuesday, 07/12/21 - 6:37pm Read More

CMO: trajectory of Covid-19 “remains uncertain”

THE Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been notified of 5,590 confirmed cases of Covid-19. As of 8am today, 505 Covid-19...

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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...

Tuesday, 07/12/21 - 1:17pm Read More

Laura’s dreams come true with SOS transformation

“Heroes don’t wear capes they wear hard hats and high vis vests!” A TOTAL of 10 days of sheer commitment,...

Tuesday, 07/12/21 - 12:08pm Read More

Storm Barra: Flooding, branches down and power out

Waterford City and County Council has advised of some flooding in Dungarvan along Davitts Quay, Cois Tra, the Lookout Carpark,...

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Person rescued from River Suir

THE Waterford Marine Search And Rescue (WMSAR) boat was launched tonight following a report that a person had entered the...

Monday, 06/12/21 - 11:05pm Read More

WIT campuses to remain closed tomorrow

WIT’s campuses will not open tomorrow, Tuesday, December 7,due to Storm Barra. All remote learning and work activities will continue...

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New survey underlines the need for more kindness

KINDNESS – surely being relayed on a daily basis to schoolchildren by their teachers – ought to be taught in...

Monday, 06/12/21 - 2:41pm Read More

Severe weather warning issued for Waterford

HOMEOWNERS have been advised to batten down the hatches, after Waterford City and County Council and Met Eireann issued a...

Monday, 06/12/21 - 2:35pm Read More

Search for Brian continues

COAST Guard teams from Dunmore East, Tramore and Bonmahon have been putting everything into their search for local man Brian...

Sunday, 05/12/21 - 5:54pm Read More

Ballybeg house raided as part of Operation Thor

WATERFORD Gardai’s Detective Unit, assisted by neighbouring Garda Districts conducted a number of significant searches last Wednesday, Thursday as part...

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It’s all in the gut, RTE show explains…

WHETHER it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, a takeaway or a meal made from scratch, the food we eat is a...

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Ending transport of unweaned calves from Ireland “would be disastrous”

THE passing of recommendations which may end the transport of unweaned animals from Ireland would represent “an unmitigated disaster for...

Saturday, 04/12/21 - 10:16am Read More

New Christmas video will move you – and it’s set in Waterford

A NEW Christmas video, released on Friday night is already being called the “best one yet” in 2021. The video,...

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It’s a “logistical nightmare”

NEW measures announced by Taoiseach Micheál Martin this evening have been labelled a “logistical nightmare” by a local theatre producer. The...

Friday, 03/12/21 - 7:40pm Read More

110 Covid-19 patients now in ICU

THE Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) has today been notified of 5,419 confirmed cases of Covid-19 . And as of...

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