Low uptake of free screening ‘concerning’
In support of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month this April, BowelScreen – The National Bowel Screening Programme is highlighting that just 40 per cent of the eligible […]
“THERE’S A PROTEST SINGER……..
………..he’s singing a protest song.”
Bob Dylan, I thought. But what was the song? To my surprise a quick Google revealed that it’s a line from Dire Straits’ ‘Industrial Disease’, which leaves me doubly surprised as this would be among my favourites of their songs. I should have known that. It is funny how the memory plays tricks but you must admit it does sound Dylanesque….
TCRfm Race Night
TCRfm, in association with O’Neills presents a Race Night on Friday April 7th getting under-way at 8pm.
The night will consist of 9 exciting races, 8 of which are sponsored by local businesses, culminating in the final race, which will be the O’Neills Auction Race.
Minister launches “Collaborate Locally to Compete Globally”
The Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O’Donovan T.D., today officially launched the Local Authorities Tourism Conference “Collaborate Locally to Compete Globally” in Enniscorthy, […]
New Parking Bye Laws Come Into Effect April 28th
Waterford City & County Council have announced new Bye laws for the regulation and control of parking in respect of the area comprising the Metropolitan District […]
TOP RESTAURANTS IN MUNSTER ANNOUNCED AT THE IRISH RESTAURANT AWARDS 2017
MUNSTER’s BEST RESTAURANTS, CHEFS & PUBS HONOURED AT AWARDS The third of four regional finals in this year’s Irish Restaurant Awards took place in the Limerick […]
Stay Away From Water When Drowning The Shamrock
Irish Water Safety is appealing to those consuming alcohol during the St Patrick’s Day Festival to behave responsibly near water. In particular, those boating and angling […]
Dara Fitzpatrick Fondly Remembered By Waterford Colleagues
A crew member from the Irish Coast Guard helicopter missing off the west of Ireland, who was pulled from the Atlantic but died, has been named […]