Waterford based group developing security solutions

Waterford-based telecoms experts developing security solutions for trucks to avoid their use as terrorist weapons Telecommunications, Software & Systems Group (TSSG) at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) secure major role in €3 million secure truck navigation project – TransSec Irish tech experts based in Waterford have teamed up with their European counterparts, industry and business […]

Rose of Tralee Rracially Abused

Racial Abuse for Rose of Tralee

We were saddened and sickened to hear that Gardai are investigating a racial abuse incident in which newly crowned Rose of Tralee Kirsten Mate Maher was racially abused on a night out by someone making racist jibes in a takeaway on John Street in Kilkenny in the early hours of Sunday morning. In an interview […]

Rose of Tralee

Rose of Tralee Kirsten Returns to Work

The winner of the Rose of Tralee, Waterford’s Kirsten Mate Maher Returns to Work at Redlane, Tramore on Monday 27th August 2018 with well wishes not only from her work colleagues but from the people of Tramore. Kirsten Mate Maher who was the Waterford Rose to go on to be crowned the “Rose of Tralee […]

Ireland's Friendliest Place

Waterford Nominated as Ireland’s Friendliest Place

Retail Excellence announce Finalists for title of Ireland’s Friendliest Place Five towns shortlisted for the coveted award Ennis, Carrick on Shannon, Limerick, Slane & Waterford   Retail Excellence has announced the five finalists for the AIB Merchant Services Retail Excellence Friendliest Place in Ireland Awards Ennis, Carrick-on-Shannon, Limerick, Slane & Waterford will all be vying […]

The Morning After a Night Out in Waterford

By Michelle Heffernan Between Daytripper, Waterford Walls Festival, Fireworks in Tramore, and no excuses whatsoever for whiskies, there are probably a few sore heads knocking around Waterford today (myself included). For all you comrades in self inflicted pain, here’s Waterford in Your Pocket’s guide to the Morning After a Night Out in Waterford   Phase […]

Waterford Walls

Waterford Walls Another Success in 2018

Waterford Walls Another Success in 2018 Waterford Walls is an international street art festival started by The Walls Project that transforms Waterford City into an open-air gallery. Waterford Walls invites over 50 artists again in 2018 to transform our city walls, continuing to make Waterford an essential cultural attraction and International go to street art […]

Waterford Greenway

Flying in From Hong Kong To Cycle the Greenway

A “Flying Visit” To the Waterford Greenway!   Since the opening or the Waterford Greenway in 2017 tens of thousands of people have visited the 46km cycle and walk way that stretches from Bilberry in Waterford city to Dungarvan in the west of the county.  Each and every individual visitor have their story to tell […]

What's on in Waterford

A colourful future for Waterford

Do colours have smells?  Well if you are in Waterford this weekend you will get the smell of fresh paint and creativity second to none with Waterford Walls, Ireland’s biggest “Street Art” Festival. For the past 4 years Waterford Walls have brought amazing colour and vibrancy to Ireland’s loldest city by transforming gable ends and […]

Viking Heritage Day at Woodstown

Viking Heritage Day at Woodstown Sunday the 26th of August from 10am to 5pm Before we start we have to point out that Viking Heritage Day at Woodstown is not at Woodstown Strand but at the place (part of the Waterford Greenway) where the Vikings first landed in Waterford! There will be a Viking Heritage […]