Dungarvan

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St Declan’s Way: Walking in laneways that once echoed to the footsteps of medieval travellers

Christmas is the season for family, friends and indolent togetherness. A few days cooped up en famille, however, and cabin fever invariably triumphs o(...)

The attraction, developed at a cost of €15 million, has transformed tourism in the county, according Waterford chief executive officer Michael Walsh

The Waterford Greenway has taken first prize in a national competition aimed at encouraging community initiatives. The Waterford Greenway scooped go(...)

Mayo’s 42km Great Western Greenway runs from Westport to Achill and is used by 250,000 people every year

The notion that we might willingly allow outsiders build pathways across our property is farcical considering our often craven, clawing grasp of land.(...)

The survey found 80 per cent of those visiting from outside Waterford paid for accommodation

The Waterford Greenway is proving a major addition to the tourism infrastructure of the south-east, with over 90 per cent of the nearly 250,000 people(...)

The victim was stabbed during a row between two men on Keating Street (above to right) off O’Connell Street (above centre) in the centre of Dungarvan town at about 3am this morning. File photograph: Google Street View

Gardaí in Co Waterford are investigating a stabbing in the early hours of this morning which resulted in a man in his 30s being rushed to hospital wit(...)

The Irish target of welcoming 4,000 people is small compared with Germany’s commitment to welcome nearly a million. Above, a Syrian refugee at a German-language programme in Berlin. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

On September 23rd, 2015, then minister for justice Frances Fitzgerald said the State was “fully committed to playing our part in addressing the migrat(...)

 Fred Forsey Jnr, a former town councillor, who has been granted legal aid for a Supreme Court appeal of his conviction. File photograph:  Patrick Browne

A former Fine Gael councillor convicted of receiving corrupt payments from a property developer has been granted legal aid for a Supreme Court appeal.(...)

People on bridge despite road closed to Wooden bridge in Dollymount, ahead of Hurricane Ophelia hitting Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Hurricane Ophelia has caused widespread disruption on the country’s roads, with fallen trees making many impassable. A Roadwatch has released a list (...)

Galway fans celebrate beating Waterford in the All-Ireland senior hurling final. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Several decades of hurt and hope distilled into 70 minutes. A magical potion. Two tribes battled to taste it, but only one would drink from the c(...)

Mac Dara Mac Donncha: ‘If Waterford are playing anybody I shout for them, and if Galway are playing anybody I shout for them.’

The way he describes his home, Mac Dara Mac Donncha makes it sound like a UN outpost. “Down the middle. I’ve a Galway flag and a Waterford flag – both(...)

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