Mayor of Waterford Cllr Damien Geoghegan pictured earlier this month raising one of the flags that was later burned. Photograph: Waterford City and County Council

The Pride flag was raised on The Mall in Waterford city on Monday afternoon by Minister for Equality Roderic O’Gorman and Mayor of Waterford Cllr Dami(...)

Footage online shows gardaí clearing up to 60 people from a house party in Waterford city on Saturday.

The Mayor of Waterford, Damien Geoghegan, has called the people who attended a house party over the weekend “grossly irresponsible”. Footage has emerg(...)

 Sinn Féin’s David Cullinane has taken 38% of the first-preference vote. File photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan

Fine Gael has failed to have a TD elected in Waterford in a general election for the first time after a surge of left-leaning transfers handed the fou(...)

Senator Paudie Coffey. Photograph: Collins Courts

Fine Gael Senator Paudie Coffey has said he will not stand for the party at the next general election. It means that both Fine Gael’s sitting Oireac(...)

 John Deasy: “People don’t actually know what he’s doing in America. He’s probably scored a bit of an own goal himself in that he should be highlighting his work better”

Unlike some in Fine Gael, Dungarvan postmaster Joe O’Riordan, who stood in the local elections as an Independent but one with ties to Fianna Fáil, has(...)

President Michael D Higgins: would be very welcome if he decided to attend end-of-month meeting, says Cllr Joe Kelly. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Presidential candidates, who are seeking nominations, have been invited to “state their case” to a special meeting of Waterford City and County Counci(...)


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After two intense days filled with a mixture of jubilant displays and defeated demeanors, 32 councillors have been elected to the newly amalgamated Wa(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny who described the achievement as the community “fighting back” and promised the government would help “in any way we can”.

The development of a €2.5 million “underground experience” in the old mine shafts dotting the cliffs along the Waterford coast is the next goal of (...)