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# waterford-county-council - Friday 24 August, 2018

'They're reimagining the city': Artists flock to Waterford to transform its streets

As the festival expands, organisers are looking for alternative funding models to keep Waterford Walls going.

# waterford-county-council - Wednesday 1 August, 2018

Presidential hopeful Kevin Sharkey wants to know why he was 'excluded' from Waterford meeting

The Donegal artist says he almost made the journey south anyway.

# waterford-county-council - Monday 25 July, 2016

As local authorities look to ban election posters, meet the councillor who's never hung one up in his life

Independent Joe Conway of Waterford City and County Council has called for posters to be banned in all local authorities, to make it less expensive for new entrants to politics.

# waterford-county-council - Thursday 21 February, 2013

Future of Tramore's Metalman and pillars safe

A new limited company has been established to take ownership of the structures and manage them as a tourism attraction.

# waterford-county-council - Thursday 6 December, 2012

€2m for new fire station in Waterford City

Waterford City Fire Chief said the newly located fire station will enhance the service they provide.

# waterford-county-council - Monday 22 August, 2011

THE 35-FOOT SPERM WHALE which washed up in Waterford on Friday, and which died on Saturday morning, is to be disposed of tomorrow. Local radio station WLRFM reports that Waterford County Council will tomorrow bring the whale to a rendering plant, which it says is the most efficient way of dealing with the carcass, where it will be disposed of.