I settled in during the week to watch ‘All Things Must Pass – The Tower Records Story’. I wasn’t disappointed. The story went like this – company founder Russ Solomon’s dad had what was essentially a corner shop selling everything from a needle to an anchor. Russ suggested that maybe they could sell second hand records too, there might be a buck to be made. His dad agreed and it went from there. The company grew from one store in Sacramento California to a globe spanning chain including a store in Dublin….
RSA and Gardaí Publish Mid-Year Review of Road Safety
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána have today published a provisional review of road fatalities for the first half of the year. The review shows that, from January to 30 June 2017, 77 people died on Irish roads in 72 collisions. This is a decrease of 10 deaths and 12 collisions when compared to the same period last year.Read
Report of Consultations with Children in Direct Provision Published
The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD and the Minister of State with special responsibility for Equality, Immigration, and Integration, David Stanton TD, have today published the report of Consultations with Children in Direct Provision….Read
New traffic flow layout in Waterford City centre begins July 17th
A new traffic flow layout will come into force in Waterford City centre, beginning Monday, July 17th. The changes form part of the Waterford City Centre Urban Renewal works, which were passed by resolution of Council at the Plenary Meeting on 12th November 2015. The first part of this scheme was the covering of the Applemarket…..Read
Aer Southeast postpones launch of service & set to refund customers
Aer Southeast, is returning cash it collected from customers and postponing its July 24th launch.
The Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) recently forced Aer Southeast to stop selling tickets for flights between Waterford and Britain because it did not have the required tour operator’s licence…..Read
Aer Southeast to stop selling tickets due to licensing issue
Aer Southeast has been forced to stop selling tickets for planned new routes because they do not have the relevant licence….Read
Update: 20 Year old charged in connection with fatal assault in Tramore
Niall Hewison from ClarinWood, Tramore appeared before a special sitting of Waterford District Court having been charged with assault causing harm to Edmund Rice, 54, at Strand Street, Tramore in the early hours of Saturday morning….Read
20 Year old charged in connection with fatal assault in Tramore
Niall Hewison, from Clarinwood in Tramore, appeared before a special sitting of Waterford District Court today.
Mr. Hewison was arrested by Detective Seargent Shay Keegan at Tramore Garda Station….Read
Irish Coast Guard and RNLI urge people to respect the water this Bank Holiday weekend
The Irish Coast Guard and the RNLI, the charity that saves lives at sea, have issued a joint call urging people to be vigilant and take care in and on the water or along the coastline this Bank Holiday weekend….Read