Monday, 23rd July 2018
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Local Men's Shed shortlisted in Topline competition

Waterford Estuary Men's Shed which was just established in February this year has entered the Irish Mens Shed Topline competition and we have just heard that we have been shortlisted for the final. The theme for our entry is "By Hook or by Crooke" and our creation is a 3D of the Waterford Estuary showing all the villages and landscape of the area.

Medugorje Healing Mass

The Medugorje Healing Mass will not take place for the Month of June. It will resume on Wed. the 25th of July. Contact Maura - 085-7022103.

Cemetery Masses

'The Annual Cemetery Mass will take place in St. Mary's Cemetery, Ballygunner, on Thursday 21st June 2018 at 7.30pm'.

Dunhill Graveyard Mass will take place Tuesday 10th July and. Fenor Graveyard Mass will take place on Tuesday 17th July, Both at 7.30 pm.

Samaritans seek volunteers

The increased demand for our service means that Samaritans Waterford & Southeast are always looking for new volunteers. If this is something that would interest you we would love to hear from you. Please join us for an Information Meeting on Saturday 09/06/18 at 4 pm at Samaritans Centre, 16 Beau Street, Waterford (off Catherine Street).

If possible please confirm attendance on 085 201 7917 (please leave a message) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register your interest. Samaritans offer emotional support to individuals who are experiencing difficulties in their lives by phone, text or face to face contact at their Centre in Waterford.

Puppet Show

A FREE Puppet Show "Goldilocks & the Three Bears" takes place at Ferrybank Library

Don't miss the opportunity to see a puppet show by renowned puppeteer Miriam Lambert at Ferrybank Library on Saturday June 23rd at 11.00am


Letters to the Editor

  • Our View

    Time for a breakJust as the height of Summer begins it seems that it is also the time when our politicians begin their yearly departure from Dail Eireann. While not many professions get as much holiday time as politicians do you have to ask the question whether they merit such long breaks?There are many who would immediately answer that they don't really deserve such long holidays, that they barely seem to spend any time in the Dail at all and after all they are well remunerated for the long hours …

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