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Tuesday, 17th October 2017

"We are all deeply saddened by the sudden loss of our friend and colleague, Clare O’Neill. She was a wonderful nurse and a special person who will be missed by the Cork ARC Cancer Support House team, our volunteers and all the people and patients she worked with here and in Youghal. Our thoughts are with her family at this most difficult time,” said Ellen Joyce, Director of Services at Cork ARC Cancer Support House.

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

‘Hand On Heart’ the campaign for 24/7 Cardiac Care begun by ‘Health Equality For the South East’ http://www.hefse.com are undertaking a cardiac awareness event on street in Clonmel this Saturday beginning at 1pm.

Campaigners from Southeast Cardiac Campaign groups including HEFSE, SEPAG and ‘24/7 Cardiac Care for the South East’ will be joined by emergency first responders and other voluntary professionals to create awareness of the regional emergency cardiac situation.

Activity will be staged from the 'Main Guard' Area in Clonmel town centre with proceedings beginning at 1pm and finishing at 4.30pm. Supporters will be assisted by local voluntary ambulance personnel and trainers from Irish Heart Foundation in providing information and demonstration of emergency cardiac rescue to include emergency CPR.

Supporters will also hand

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) is giving people across the county the opportunity to contribute to the future direction of the institute.

Members of the public and groups from the community, business and industry are invited to attend open consultation sessions planned for mid October in both Waterford city and Dungarvan.

The first consultation takes place in Waterford city on Monday, 16 October in the Tower Hotel Waterford at 7pm. The following day, on Tuesday, 17 October there will be a consultation session in Dungarvan in the Park Hotel Dungarvan also at 7pm.

WIT has commenced an extensive consultation process with the public, with students, parents and regional partners to inform its planning for the next three years.

Prof Willie Donnelly, President of WIT, urged people

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

It’s been a great couple of weeks for Keith Boyle and the team at Bay Tree Bistro as they won two brilliant awards - The Georgina Cambell Guide’s Just Ask Restaurant of the Year as well as Ireland’s Rising Star Chef of the Year for Niamh Barry.

Writing of The Bay Tree, Georgina Cambell’s The Guide says:

Although nobody would deny that casual dining is having a moment, fine dining - and especially the more relaxed style of ‘fine dining without the fuss’ - is still very much alive and well, as our awards this year vividly demonstrate - and none more so that our Just Ask Restaurant of the Year winner, Keith & Carmel Boyle’s highly regarded restaurant, The Bay Tree Bistro, on Waterford’s quays, is a

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

Sanofi Waterford were double winners at this year’s Pharma Industry Awards presented in Dublin on Thursday 6 Ocober, 6, 2017.

The Waterford site of the global healthcare leader was named as Biotech Company of the Year and also won the overall Pharma Industry Company of the Year award which is selected from across all of the award winners.

In addition, Brendan O’Callaghan, an Irishman who is Vice President and Head of the Biologics Platform at Sanofi globally was named as Pharma Leader of the Year.

The prestigious awards are judged by a panel drawn from BioPharmaChem Ireland; Science Foundation Ireland; National Institute for Bioprocess Research & Training (NIBRT); Shannon Applied Biotechnology Centre; Pharmaceutical Managers’ Institute Irelandand the Affiliation for Pharmacy Practice Experiential Learning (APPEL) along with academics from higher education institutions including UL; UCD; DCU; TCD and UCC.

Ruth Beadle, Site Head, Sanofi Waterford,

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

Tammy Darcy from Passage East, Co. Waterford has won the prestigious Social Entrepreneurs Ireland (SEI) award for The Shona Project. She was awarded the prize at an event at the Mansion House, Dublin on Wednesday 4th October. Founded by Tammy just one year ago, The Shona Project is an innovative support system for young girls living in Ireland. It has already reached over 60,000 girls through its school workshops, online articles and videos.

Following a rigorous selection process, The Shona Project was among seven winners chosen from hundreds across the country. The seven selected, described by SEI’s Darren Ryan as “high potential social entrepreneurs” will receive seed funding of €10,000 as well as industry support to the value of €15,000 in order to grow their

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

It’s fair to say that at twenty-five most people are still coming to terms with adulthood but for entrepreneur and Kollect co-founder Robbie Skuse, twenty-five is an age of hard-won experience. After studying business information systems in Cork, the young entrepreneur took the brave decision to sidestep the traditional career path and focus all of his energy into reshaping one of Ireland’s toughest industries.

“I figured I would end up working in one of the big consultancy firms but in my final year I met some of the characters from the Irish and Cork start-up scenes and I was really engaged by the stories they were telling. I wanted to have those kinds of stories of my own, and it changed my mind about going into a standard nine-to-five job.”

At twenty-two Robbie rejected a promising role with a consultancy firm and

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

218 students from schools across the south east – Waterford County (36), Waterford City (25), Tipperary (38), Carlow (20), Kilkenny (45), Wexford (54) – to be recognised at awards ceremony in the WIT Arena

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) in association with the Business Studies Teachers Association of Ireland (BSTAI) is hosting a special awards night this evening for secondary school students in the South East Region who received an A grade in Junior Certificate Higher level Business Studies this year. The ceremony, now in its 13th year will take place this (Tuesday) evening, 10 October at the WIT Arena on WIT’s West Campus, Carriganore, Waterford.

Close to 220 students from 46 schools in the region will attend the awards ceremony with their parents, business studies teachers and school principals.

These include 61 students from across Waterford city and county, 54 attending Co

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

A famous revolutionary of Irish descent and the artwork by an Irish artist that became one of the world’s great iconic images, all come together in a stamp which has just been issued by An Post.

Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara, the quintessential left-wing revolutionary was killed in South America in 1967. An Post has chosen the 50th anniversary of his death to issue the stamp featuring the famous image of ‘Che’ by Dublin artist Jim Fitzpatrick.

The stamp (?1), designed by Red&Grey, is based on Jim Fitzpatrick’s artwork, which appears on t shirts, posters, badges and clothing worldwide and is now rated among the world’s top 10 most iconic images.

Ernesto (Che) Guevara de la Serna was born on June 14, 1928 in Rosario, Argentina. Che’s family were prosperous and had aristocratic roots, but had left-wing sympathies. His father was Ernesto Guevara Lynch, a

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

John Halligan T.D., Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, has welcomed plans for a new IDA Advance Technology Building (ATB) in Waterford city.

Planning permission for the proposed new facility was submitted in recent days and the IDA has confirmed that the building will be marketed to multi-nationals seeking turn-key manufacturing facilities in Waterford.

“One of the first IDA Advance Technology Buildings (ATBs) in the country was constructed in IDA’s Waterford Business & Technology Park and is now occupied by global pharmaceutical and diagnostics company OPKO Healthcare”, Minister Halligan commented. “This new building will be constructed on an adjacent site, in an area being developed as the Waterford Knowledge Campus and it will, on completion, significantly boost Waterford’s chances of winning

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    Christmas timeBeing part of the huge crowd that was in Waterford city centre for the annual turning on of the Christmas lights was without a question one of the highlights of the year. Seeing so many people, and particularly young people, infants and children, being part of the whole event made the turning on of the lights an even better occasion than you could possibly imagine.Each year the Winterval festival just gets better and better and you really have to hand it to the people behind it whose …

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