Food Bank responds to criticism over charity hamper cost

WATERFORD Food Bank, which provides food hampers to people living in poverty and homelessness, has responded following complaints about the cost of its hampers and further inquiries regarding transparency of the company’s finances. Waterford Food Bank formed in February 2017...

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Funding for a university in the South East a “critical issue,” Green Party TD says

The young people of Waterford should “accept no less” than a commitment on behalf of the Government to adequate funding of the TUSE project, Green Party TD Marc Ó Cathasaigh has said. Speaking in the Dáil on Thursday 19 November,...

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On This Day in 1975: Ferrybank record pressing plant closed

On this day in 1975, Ireland’s first record pressing plant at Ferrybank, Co Waterford was set to close after more...

Monday, 09/11/20 - 10:52pm Read More

T&H Doolan’s sold for €520k

Waterford’s oldest pub, T&H Doolans, has been snapped up at auction for €520,000. The buyer of the pub is from...

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JD Wetherspoon among those interested in T&H Doolans

UK pub group JD Wetherspoon are among a number of parties interested in purchasing Waterford’s oldest pub, T&H Doolans. The...

Friday, 28/02/14 - 1:09pm Read More

City centre restaurant creates 30 new jobs

A NEW restaurant called “No 9” Barronstrand Street will open this week in the former Brunch/Loughmans premises in George’s Court...

Friday, 28/06/13 - 11:41am Read More