The plan was to write a heartfelt tribute to a guitar hero from the past who, while he hasn’t exactly fallen on hard times, has the air of a man who got left behind somewhat. Not exactly tragedy but a bit of a sad story nevertheless, full of what-ifs. The story will be done, just not this month because while I was sitting chewing the top of my pen (those first few lines, always the hardest) out of the corner of my eye I noticed a headline on the computer screen saying something about a new Rolling Stones album, their first in over a decade, no less. So I was idly scrolling through this news with low expectations as the Stones hadn’t done anything to merit me getting excited in a very long time. By the end of the report my interest had risen sharply.
Collisions close routes in the South East tonight as weather conditions worsen
AA Roadwatch is reporting three separate collisions, which have closed roads in the region tonight. In Waterford, the N25 Waterford/ Cork Rd between Kilmeaden and Carroll’s […]
Social Welfare Christmas Bonus to be issued during the week beginning November 28th.
The Christmas Bonus, which was partially restored 2 years ago, has been increased by a further 10% for people on weekly long-term social welfare payments. It was confirmed in Budget 2017 that there will be an 85% bonus for Christmas 2016. It will be paid to pensioners and most welfare recipients…..
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Waterford broadcaster Billy McCarthy passes away aged 62
The death has occurred of popular Waterford broadcaster Billy McCarthy following a short illness. He was 62.
The news was announced by WLRfm in a statement:
“Waterford local radio station WLRfm is very saddened that our loved colleague Billy McCarthy has died after a short illness.”
CSO releases Irish Health Survey Results
The Central Statistics Office has released results from the Irish Health Survey 2015. This release provides figures on various aspects of the self-reported health status of […]
They’ve changed the shape of Toblerones and yes, this affects Ireland
The ongoing Brexit saga in the UK continues to have far reaching and hitherto unthought of consequences – take the humble Toblerone bar for example….
Tramore Receives The Highest Amount Of Funding Under The Town And Village Renewal Scheme 2016
Heather Humphries TD, the Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, announced on Friday that in total, some 172 towns and villages nationwide will […]
Not long now till the clocks go back
Tomorrow morning, Sunday October 30, at 2am the clocks are set to go back one hour as winter time comes into effect. For many, the change […]
Five per fortnight drown in Ireland
Don’t let safety take a holiday this weekend. Stay safe, smart and sober near water On Bank Holiday weekends, people are more at risk as they […]