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Wednesday, 25th January 2017

Waterford businesses can save up to 20% on their total postal costs CityPOST, Ireland’s leading independent postal service, is pleased to introduce iPOST, a new postal service designed especially for business, to County Waterford. iPOST, from CityPOST, provides companies with a one-stop-solution, providing free letterheads, free printing and free envelopes and then processing, packing and posting your letter for just 66c. This is less than the price of a stamp.

The service was launched following an investment in excess of €1 million by CityPOST in new state of the art technology at their facility in Rathcoole. The mail will be delivered by CityPOST or An Post, dependent on location.

IPOST’s new online hybrid mail solution will improve the traceability of mail, no

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Wednesday, 25th January 2017

Waterford City and County Council is inviting 22 Transition Year Students from the Presentation Secondary School to participate in the Skills @ Work Programme which is an initiative run by Business in the Community (BITC) in conjunction with WCCC. The programme aims to introduce students to the world of work in a positive environment, and in the case of Waterford City and County Council , specifically highlighting the career opportunities in the Council. 4 staff members from different areas of the Council will be talking to the students about their job and their general story; from education, to where they started work, to their current role. The programme will follow up with a series of Mock Interviews in March where the TY students will present themselves for interview in their chosen career area and will receive positive feedback after the

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

Up to five thousand people participated in the march for 24/7 Cardiac Care in University Hospital, Waterford on Saturday afternoon last. The march was proof positive that this is a major political issue in Waterford and the South East and it would indeed be a foolish politician who does not take on board the very strong feelings the electorate has on this crucial health service.

In a statement issued after the public meeting, Hilary O’Neill, spokesperson for the South East Patients Advocary Group said; “Firstly on behalf of the South East Patient Advocacy Group we would like to thank everybody who came out on the 14th January 2017 to demand 24/7 cardiac care at UHW. We would especially like to thank John Tobin and Tom O'Dwyer who both shared their harrowing stories

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

Former Clinical Director of the Southwest Hospital Group and spokesperson for campaign group Health Equality For the South East (http://www.hefse.com ) Dr. Rob Landers, has given a guarded welcome to the news of a mobile Cath lab service to arrive on site at UHW in coming weeks. The announcement was made on Friday by Minister John Halligan who said he has reached an agreement with the Minister for Health and HSE to place a mobile Cath Lab at University Hospital Waterford.

Dr Landers says ‘the mobile lab has the ability to significantly increase the number of patients having diagnostic procedures at the regional cardiac centre in UHW’. ‘This in turn will help to ease service and emergency planning in the hospitals main Cath lab’ he said. ‘Activity in the mobile lab can be done at very favourable cost and

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

Must not distract from campaign for 24/7 Service

Fianna Fáil TD for Waterford, Mary Butler has said that while she welcomes the announcement of a potential mobile cath lab at University Hospital Waterford, the people of Waterford have heard similar promises before, and will only believe it when it’s on the ground.

“Anything that can help reduce waiting lists is very welcome, the devil will be in the detail, and Minister Halligan, must now ensure that full details are released as quickly as possible.

“Earlier this week, it was clear that funding for this mobile cath service was not included in the 2017 HSE Service Plan. The hospital management need to know what procedures will be performed; where will it be located; how the service will be funded; where the additional staff will be sourced from; what the operating hours will be, and

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

This week Fianna Fail Councillor Eamon Quinlan has revealed, following research with Waterford Council’s Housing department that there are currently four times the number of beds available for men in need of Emergency Accommodation then Women. These take the form of

Hostel beds and are held by the Council to combat the current Housing crisis.

Current figures place the number of beds in Men’s only Hostels at over 40 while beds for Women stand at 4 with an additional 6 held in reserve if needed. Ad hoc measures such as renting B&B’s are sometimes used by the Council but this is mainly to keep families with small children together.

Speaking on this issue Cllr Quinlan said ‘These are really shocking numbers and place women in a terribly vulnerable position. Homelessness can strike anyone regardless of gender, they are under the same financial pressures

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

Homelessness campaigner Fr Peter McVerry will be the keynote speaker at a regional conference targeting the community, voluntary and charitable sectors at the Tower Hotel in Waterford on 1st March.

“Sharing Resources, Driving Innovation”, the first conference its kind to be held in the south east, will also be addressed by Ivan Cooper, Director of Advocacy with The Wheel, a support and representative body which connects over 1,250 community and voluntary organisations and charities across Ireland. It will be opened by Minister of State for Training, Skills and Innovation, John Halligan T.D.

The conference is being organised by John Warren, JE Warren Consulting, who says it will include both general and educational sessions presented by knowledgeable and experienced professionals who will ‘provide information, tools and resources to assist organisations in navigating their way forward in an era of increasing governance, compliance and

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

Philosophy recently published by Waterford resident Dheai Ilsaaid

This book offers people a new philosophy and a different way of looking at things, whether they have a medical condition from a western perspective or not. The book takes a close look at Yin and Yang, giving daily practical examples. It covers every aspect of human life, including overall health and wellbeing. The book explores the non-visible aspect of the Universe and shows people the meaning of Spirituality, regardless of their belief or conviction.

It helps the reader to understand the Purpose and meaning of life, examining questions such as: Why are we here? Why do we die? Where do we go?

The book helps people to look at their physical body differently. It assists the reader in dealing with their emotions. It explains every emotion and what triggers it and it demonstrates how

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

We're thrilled to extend a warm welcome & introduce you to our newest team member Jacki French who is settling in nicely. Jacki is our new front of house, Skincare expert & Makeup artist who comes to us with a wealth of experience, expertise & knowledge (20yrs!!). Jacki is delighted to look after your bookings, give you honest expert professional advice on Skincare, Tanning needs or any of our wonderful organic, natural Irish brands - Green Angel, Skin Essentials, Brooke & Shoals.

If your New Years resolution is to finally learn how to use all the makeup products you already have! Now's the perfect time to take a private Makeup Tutorial or book a Makeup lesson with a group of friends,

Jacki is the perfect lady to look after you & answer any queries you may have.

Contact Jacki at Beautilicious 0879086262

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

The Fitzwilton Hotel, one of Waterford City’s finest 4* Hotels has recently completed a €650,000 refurbishment programme.

The investment has refurbished all 90 of the hotels rooms & suites in addition to the hotel’s dining facilities of Chez K’s Bistro and the Met Bar. Work commenced on October 3rd on the bedrooms programme and was completed on schedule before the Christmas party season commenced.

The room refurbishment consisted of new furniture fittings, carpets, curtains, wallpapering, lighting, art and soft furnishings in all of the rooms. A complete change of colour was brought to all rooms introducing warm autumnal colours throughout. All rooms were fitted with new beds and mattresses earlier in the year in addition to new 37’’ flat screen TV’s.

Chez K’s Bistro has also been given a new lease

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    Republican Icon diesThe death of Martin McGuinness in Derry yesterday morning brings to an end the life of one of the most remarkable Republicans ever in the history of the movement. A person who made the transition from violent militarism to a key figure in the peace process in Northern Ireland. He died aged 66 in Derry’s Altanagelvin Hospital with his family by his bedside.A former member of the IRA’S Army Council he became Sinn Fein’s Chief negotiator in the peace process. He led the Sinn Fein P …

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