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Tuesday, 2nd April 2013

Waterford based company "Training For Success" at the forefront of delivering effective Train the Trainer Awards

Frances Roche, Managing Director, Training for Success

As one of the first companies in Ireland to be validated by QQI (FETAC) through their new Common Award System, Training For Success (TFS) is once again at the forefront delivering effective training to those who would like to become an Outstanding Trainer with the highly sought after FETAC Level 6 Training & Development Special Purpose Award which attracts 30 Credits.

To be approved by FETAC at this early stage is a testament to TFS's successful training programmes which are written by experienced, energetic trainers who wish to pass on their years of skill and expertise to those who wish to pursue or further a career in

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Wednesday, 27th March 2013

Members or the Waterford CAHWT (Campaign Against Household Water Tax) staged a sit in at the Revenue offices in the Glen on Friday 22nd of March in protest at the introduction of the new property tax, which is being passed to the revenue for implementation from July under the legislation published in last year’s budget.

The CAHWT protesters are appealing to workers within Revenue to support their families, friends, neighbours, and fellow citizens by refusing to do the job of tax collector by collecting the regressive tax in July. Revenue workers should ask for support from their unions in downing tools when they are asked to process the taxing of the poor and struggling middle class, many of whom are not even working at the moment.

"Our protest

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Wednesday, 27th March 2013

Cllr. Jim Darcy Mayor of Waterford honored the young boys and girls from the local schools at a reception in the Mayoral Office on Daffodil Day 2013. The young people had planned to set up as Garden of Hope in the City Park to remember all those who had passed away from Cancer in the last year.

Regretfully the weather prevented this and as the Mayor had planned to participate in this event he did not wish to leave the day pass without bringing the message of hope to all sufferers.

He was sincerely thanked for this and those who attended were more than thrilled to meet our Mayor. It also brings home the message that each & every family is affected and helps them to understand the importance

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Wednesday, 27th March 2013

The Theatre Royal plans to develop programmes and initiatives tailored to the tourist market in the summer months in conjunction with its partners in the newly regenerated Viking Triangle, and thus be in a position to become an all year round operation. In the meantime the Theatre Royal will continue with its long held practice of not programming the stage for the months of July and August.

The venue, however, will be open to the public for theatre tours, the Café Royal and the display of the Municipal Art Collection.

The theatre has a full programme of events as advertised between now and the middle of June and a full Autumn/Winter season is being scheduled.

In response to stories in the local media the theatre wants to make clear that the decision not to programme the stage for an eight week period regretfully

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Wednesday, 27th March 2013

The National Museum of Ireland is pleased to announce the acquisition of an important mid-15th century copper alloy altar cross from Co Waterford.

The National Museum of Ireland is very grateful to the Madden family for their generous donation of the cross on behalf of their late mother, Mrs. Bridget Madden (née Kelly) of Ferrybank, Waterford.

The cross had been in the possession of Mrs Madden’s family for several generations, probably at Carbally, near Dunmore East, Co Waterford.

The exact provenance of the cross is unknown. It may have been used in a local parish church or monastery. It is one of about a dozen later medieval period altar crosses known from Ireland. Such crosses were made in England in the 15th and 16th centuries and are found throughout western

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Wednesday, 27th March 2013

Tramore Scouts 8th are organising a family Easter Egg Hunt at Newtown Cove Woods, Tramore on Saturday 30th March from 11.00am until 3.00pm.

Egg Hunting will start every half hour from 11.00am and there will be an egg for each child taking part. All children under ten are invited to take part but must be supervised by an adult on the day. The hunt costs €4 per child or €10 for 3 children.

There will also be a colouring competition, face painting, tea and coffee available on the day.

The eggs are sponsored by Quish’s, Tramore and Cadburys and the hunt is a fundraiser for Tramore Scout 8th who are celebrating 80 years in Tramore.

For more information about Tramore Scouts 8th and for updates on the Egg Hunt look for Tramore Scouts 8th on Facebook.

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Wednesday, 27th March 2013

Waterford Fianna Fáil Cllr Gary Wyse has revealed that over 100 people with severe disabilities in Co Waterford will see a 20% cut in State supports from July.

According to new figures obtained by Fianna Fáil, 128 people with disabilities in Co Waterford will see a dramatic reduction in their income from July, following the Government’s decision last month to axe the Mobility Allowance.

Cllr Wyse described it as a 'savage cut’ that will have an enormous impact on people with disabilities and their families.

"From July, 128 people in Co Waterford who have severe disabilities will suddenly see a 20% drop in their income. The Government has ripped the scheme from them without warning, without consultation and without any consideration of the enormous impact it will have on their lives," said Cllr Wyse.

"Fine Gael’s justification for axing the mobility allowance is that

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Wednesday, 27th March 2013

Irish Times Training has joined forces with the Irish Internet Association to offer a Diploma in Digital Marketing. The course, one of the first held outside of Dublin, will commence on April 17th and run over 13 weeks (6pm to 9pm) at the NAS Training Centre in the Cleaboy Business Park, Waterford.

The course is aimed at any organisation or business that wants to gain a better understanding of the ever evolving digital landscape and will enable all participants to develop a focused digital marketing strategy.

Over the course of the 13 weeks the modules will include digital marketing strategy, SEO, online advertising, mobile web, social media, online PR and many more. The trainers are comprised of some of the most well regarded names in the digital media industry, including Conor Pope of the Irish Times, Digital marketer Krishna De and Gareth

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Wednesday, 27th March 2013

Tramore photographer captures image featured on this year’s 40th Anniversary Trocaire box

A successful Waterford photographer is credited with capturing the beautiful image of a little Indian girl on this year’s Trocaire box. Jeannie O’Brien from Tramore travelled to Jhilligoan in eastern India with Trocaire to capture real life images of the struggle for basic rights in India’s poorest communities.

The image of Ambika Paraja (9), captured by the talented local photographer for Trocaire's 40th Anniversary Lenten Campaign, is now on Trocaire boxes sitting in over a million homes nationwide.

"People from Waterford and the surrounding diocese of Waterford & Lismore were incredibly generous last Lent, donating €179,122.71 to Trocaire’s Lenten campaign. Having visited the Lent community of Jhilligoan in India, I have seen the wonderful difference these donations from Waterford are making to

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Wednesday, 27th March 2013

Details of this year’s Gradam Gnó na nDéise Irish in Business Awards have just been announced. Businesses in the Dungarvan and West Waterford area are invited to take part in this scheme, which recognises those who take steps to develop the Irish language as part of their business. Prizes worth thousands of euro in total will be presented to winners in four different categories.

A new brochure has been produced to advertise and give details of this year’s competition. The brochure gives details of the Awards Scheme, outlines the many advantages of using Irish in business (including the economic benefits and the use of Irish as an effective marketing tool) and the ways in which Waterford County Council and Comhlucht Forbartha na nDéise* can help businesses in developing their use of Irish in various ways. Hard copies of the brochure are

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