DARREN SKELTON: A distinct lack of Freedom of Information – Part Two

The View from the Blue from Waterford News & Star, May 11 edition. Part one is located here I RAN out of space last week so for the second column in a row, it becomes a two parter. Following on...

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DARREN SKELTON: The Waiting Game

The View from the Blue as featured in this week’s print edition. THE Health Service Executive (HSE) is a machine that has never worked properly. People have often requested its reform but as a public service system it’s simply too...

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View from the Green Room: The home that deserved a perfect 10

  Tramore: Home of the Year   WHAT a pity we didn’t have RTE’s Home of the Year when my...

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Fr Liam Power: Creator of a new vision for Ireland

A Question of Faith, Fr Liam Power’s Fortnightly Column   I WAS saddened to hear of the death of Fr....

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Phoenix: When is it our turn?

  The Phoenix opinion column, which has been running in the Waterford News & Star for more than 30 years,...

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Catherine Drea: Campervanning in the new normal

As I See It: Catherine Drea’s fortnightly column as published in the Waterford News & Star THERE’S been an explosion...

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Editorial: A year of Covid

TOMORROW, March 10, marks a full year since Waterford recorded its first case of Covid-19. So much has happened since....

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International Women’s Day 2021: Women of Worth

To mark International Women’s Day 2021 this and a series of articles dedicated to Waterford’s Women in Business is published...

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View From The Blue: A Miracle named Dizzy

“After surgery, the vet told my brother-in-law: ‘She should be called Lazarus!’” SHE’S been a walking companion of mine for...

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View from the Green Room: Jack’s reminder of the good times

Jack Cunningham Productions Online: Broadway Bites Back IT’S good to get reminders of just how strong musical talent still is...

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Phoenix: Political Promises?

  The Phoenix opinion column, which has been running in the Waterford News & Star for more than 30 years,...

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Time Out with Timmy: Hall of Shame

Timmy Ryan’s weekly column for the Waterford News & Star SO the latest class of “rock n roll” nominees has...

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EDITORIAL: Solas – 10 years of light, hope and comfort

  TEN years ago, the Solas Cancer Support Centre opened its doors following a substantial community fundraising effort. In the...

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Passengers on a lost bus

REMEMBER when we used to go on holidays and we’d be on a bus to our hotels but wouldn’t have...

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View from the Green Room: So… just what did Robinson Crusoe give up for Lent?

  Tramore: my laptop   I WOKE up on Wednesday and pondered the annual question: what do you give up...

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Fr Liam Power: Proposed ‘Dying with Dignity Bill’ seriously flawed

  A Question of Faith, Fr Liam Power’s Fortnightly Column   THE Oireachtas Committee on Justice is giving consideration to...

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PHOENIX: Do we know where we’re going to?

  The Phoenix opinion column, which has been running in the Waterford News & Star for more than 30 years,...

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Catherine Drea: The last lap

  As I See It: Catherine Drea’s fortnightly column as published in the Waterford News & Star   FOR the...

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EDITORIAL: We should not be firefighting Covid ‘surprises’

  ON Friday night at 9.11pm, seven weeks into our third lockdown, a press release was issued from the Department...

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View from the Green Room: Sharing scholarship on Teresa Deevy

WIT online: Teresa Deevy Conference DRAMA studies at WIT Humanities is actively engaged with scholarship on Waterford playwright Teresa Deevy’s...

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