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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

The clinical care of cardiac patients in the South East is the immediate responsibility of their GPs and consultants in this region. We, the hospital consultants in Waterford, Wexford and South Tipperary, note the unanimous views of these hospitals' Cardiologists, expressed in these pages and elsewhere in the media, that the needs of the population are not being met in this regard.

We fully support the sentiments expressed by 245 GP colleagues in the South East (Letters, Irish Times, Saturday, February 11th), that echoes this view. Furthermore, we understand and fully support the sentiments expressed by the people of the South East, who have felt the need to publicly protest to have their concerns heard.

It is with great concern for the welfare of cardiac patients in the South East that we add our voices. It is clear that there is a

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Many of us often neglect our feet, and the vast majority of people will have dry skin or some other issue which needs attention. Some of the more common issues which are queried in the pharmacy are listed below along with brief advice as to the best treatments available. So why not treat your feet before the summer – your feet will thank you for it!

Athlete's foot

If you have athlete's foot, it will not simply go away on its own, and not treating it can make it worse. The main cause of athlete's foot is a type of fungus which often begins to spread - typically in the skin between your toes. As a reaction, your skin might become red or itchy.

A moist environment alone does not cause athlete's foot - but warm moist conditions provide favourable conditions for the

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Talks have already commenced with a view to securing in excess of €50 million in capital funding for the major redevelopment of the North Quays, Minister of State for Training, Skills and Innovation John Halligan T.D. has confirmed.

At a meeting in the Department of Finance last Wednesday, Waterford Council CEO Michael Walsh outlined the ‘game-changing’ project to Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D.

Minister Halligan, who attended the meeting alongside Senator Paudie Coffey, said the Government needs to ‘pull out all the stops’ to ensure the timely delivery of the proposed development’s infrastructural needs:

“A cost benefit analysis of the project is to commence within the next two to three weeks and, within about two months, Waterford Council will have a clearer picture of the financial commitment required from Government to make this badly-needed proposition a reality.

“Ahead of this,

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Waterford R2W protesters voices will be heard again in Dublin on Saturday the 8th. April next.

Following a meeting on Thursday last of representatives of local R2W groups from throughout the City, South Kilkenny, Tramore, Portlaw and West Waterford, delegates agreed arrangements for the next R2W demonstration in Dublin on Saturday the 8th. April.

Transport will leave The Forum, The Glen, at 10am on Saturday the 8th of April and anyone wishing to travel should call to the Unite union offices at Keyser St. (near GPO) Waterford, and leave name and contact details. Seats are 8 euro. Those

wishing to travel can also ring Unite to book on 051-875 438.

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

A decision to open the doors of the Green Party convention to all-comers with a series of public events this past weekend has proved very successful, TD and Green Party leader Eamon Ryan said today:

“We held three events specifically open to all. They were well attended and the reaction has been hugely positive. The Peter Willcox public interview was amazingly well received. Peter is based in the States, so for us, as a small party, it was a big budget decision to bring him over. It was absolutely the right call. This man is a living example of how we can instigate change in the world. The stories he shared about his brave dedication to environmental activism were moving and inspiring.”

Waterford Senator Grace O’Sullivan, who was instrumental in bringing the convention to Waterford said she couldn’t be happier with how

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Waterford’s gold standard Purple Flag accreditation is due for renewal and to that end an overnight Assessment of Waterford will take place on Saturday the 1st April. Two Assessors from the Association of Town & City Management will be in Waterford to monitor standards within the Purple Flag zone.

According to Waterford Purple Flag Co-ordinator Nick Donnelly, “It is vital that Waterford retains its Purple Flag accreditation - we are confident that our offering is strong enough to deliver re-accreditation. What is also important is that all staff working in the Purple Flag zone are fully aware of the importance of this accreditation and that we get the message across to the Assessors that the Purple Flag zone in Waterford is vibrant, safe and well managed.”

The Group are asking businesses to participate in whatever way possible over that weekend by decorating

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Sinn Fein Deputy David Cullinane has raised the Corporate governance of Waterford Institute of Technology at last week’s meeting of the Public Accounts Committee.

The Deputy missed the funeral of Martin McGuinness in Derry in order to raise the issue in which the Secretary-General of the Department of Education, Seamus Ó Foghlú disclosed that his brother was a director and shareholder in FeedHenry, a cloud based app developer incorporated at Waterford Institute of Technology in June 2008. It was bought by Red Hat, an American multinational, in September 2014. WIT received €1.3m. from the sale which went for €63.5m.

It is understood that a report by WIT’s financial controller is to be submitted to the chairman of the Institute’s governing body this week.

Mr. Seamus McCarthy, the comptroller and auditor general told the PAC meeting that the disposal of FeedHenry is part of

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Two of five exceptional people are awarded scholarships with a total value of up to €12,000 were from Waterford

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) is reminding prospective students who have applied to WIT not to miss out on the chance to win one of five scholarships worth €3,000 a year to each individual. Rather than a focus on high points the scholarship scheme encourages and rewards inspiring people who show a capacity to shape a better society.

The closing date for President’s Scholarship applications is Friday, 7 April at 5.15pm. A CAO Information Evening takes place on Tuesday, 4 April which gives CAO applicants and their families the chance to tour the main campus, talk to students and lecturers.

Two of the inaugural recipients of WIT’s President’s Scholarship programme are: Louise Dunphy, Bachelor of Business (Honours) from Waterford City who has participated in

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Sinn Fein TD for Waterford David Cullinane said that the HSE and Tony O'Brien continue to obfuscate when dealing with the Public Accounts Committee and patience is running out.

Deputy Cullinane said “Last year, Tony O'Brien was asked by the Public Accounts Committee whether people involved with the Grace case still worked in the public service and yesterday, after thirteen months, we finally got an answer. Two of the people involved are currently working with the child agency, Tusla.

“Mr O’Brien also admitted that the decision not to publish the report in 2012 or 2013 was an internal HSE decision. It was only in April 2015 that an Garda Síochána wrote to the HSE to request they hold off on publication.

“Yesterday, I found Mr O'Brien to be a frustrating and hostile witness.

“It was only after persistent questioning from myself that Mr O’Brien

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

On Tuesday evening (March 21st) The Vitcoria House in Tramore was announced as the ‘Best Gastro Pub 2017’ in Waterford at an awards ceremony in the Limerick Strand Hotel.

Derek Barry from ‘The Vic’ in Tramore says that they are ‘delighted’ with the award. “All of the team at The Victoria House is just delighted with this award win. Everyone here works hard to ensure great service and great food and it is wonderful to receive award in recognition of that. It is even more heartening that this award is also weighted by a vote from the public and we would like to thank all of our customers who nominated us for the Best Gastro Pub in Waterford award. Elaine and I would also like to thank all of our team for their hard work a dedication, especially our Head Chef

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    Waterford Institute of TechnologyWaterford Institute of Technology is once again making national headlines for all the wrong reasons. At the recent Public Accounts Committee meeting representatives of WIT were questioned and in turn left more questionsunanswered. The Chairman of the P.A.C. Sean Fleming, T.D.,Fianna Fail, called the failure to have up to date accounts for W.I.T. as “disgraceful”.Faced with a deficit of €15m. the financial problems facing the Institute are very …

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