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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

On Tuesday 24th January 2017 at 6.30pm in The Grandville Hotel, Waterford an open evening will be held for the re-establishment of the Waterford branch of Network Ireland. After a huge amount of interest, hard work and encouragement from so many Waterford business women it has been decided to reopen the branch. And what better way than with a workshop entitled

“How To Network Like a Natural”!

Network Ireland is a progressive, dynamic organisation supporting the professional and personal development of women. Throughout the 11 nationwide branches of Network Ireland membership is made up of a very diverse group of women, from budding entrepreneurs, SME owners, professionals and leaders in indigenous and multinational organisations to non-profits, charities, arts and the public sector. As a voluntary

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

2017 looks set to be another busy year for Tramore-based Senator Grace O’Sullivan. The Green Party politician, who was elected to the Seanad last April, has been working hard since taking up her new position.

“It’s been non-stop, but as a mother, carer, environmentalist and lifelong activist I’m used to having a busy life. It’s a real honour to be where I am now though, I’m doing everything within my power to highlight social, environmental and other important issues, and to be a voice for the people of Waterford, the region, and indeed the country.”

Grace will be continuing to work both individually and as part of the Seanad’s Civil Engagement Group, in which she joins a number of other like- minded Senators whose primary focus is the most vulnerable in society. She will be working with all parties, the government and

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Wednesday, 11th January 2017

Since they were founded in 2010 the Waterford Marine Search and Rescue Organisation has saved 108 people, 80 of whom were people who were talked down from going into the River Suir and 28

actually rescued by their members from the river Suir itself. Since their foundation the organisation has seen similar rescue

organisations start up in Wexford, Limerick, Clonmel, Galway and other areas in the country.

With a membership of over 50 personnel and three boats on the Marina the new 3 storey premises when fully fitted out will provide them with an outstanding base to provide their invaluable service to the community. The organisation trains four nights a week and are on the river every Saturday night on search and rescue patrols.

As a registered charity limited by

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Wednesday, 11th January 2017

SEPAG's Response To John Halligan's Statement

Responding to John Halligan’s statement regarding the implementation of a mobile Cath Lab. the South East Patient’s Advocacy Group has issued the following response:

John Halligan has stated in the Examiner newspaper on Friday 6th January, that there is talk of a mobile cath lab unit to be implemented at UHW which will “placate his constituents."

Unfortunately, a mobile cath lab is not going to “placate" us ... whilst it may help reduce the waiting lists for routine cardiology procedures at UHW we were promised the implementation of a 24/7 Cardiac Care Service like every other regional hospital in this country has and we won't be “placated" until that is what we get!

A mobile unit is only a temporary solution to a permanent

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Wednesday, 11th January 2017

Minister for Training, Skills and Innovation John Halligan TD has rejected accusations that he is attempting to ‘fudge’ the need for a second cath lab at University Hospital Waterford by proposing a mobile cath lab on the grounds of the hospital. In a statement to the media, Minister Halligan said it was actually consultants in the south east, and not he, who had come up with the proposal, in a bid to urgently address the stagnant waiting lists at UHW.

“This proposal was devised by cardiac consultants in the south east as a counter-proposal to the HSE’s solution to address the waiting lists – which was to outsource patients to Cork. These consultants, who are based in Waterford, Wexford and South Tipperary, presented this option to Minister for Health Simon Harris themselves at a meeting in November and the Minister agreed

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Wednesday, 11th January 2017

Green Party Senator Grace O’Sullivan has expressed concern at recent rise in ambient air pollution in Waterford, coinciding with the cold weather. Calm weather over the last few days has led to a rise in air pollution around the country. The monitoring reported on the EPA website indicates that the air quality in Waterford City is now classed as ‘low’.

Senator O’Sullivan said today: “The EPA’s air quality monitoring service has classed air quality in Waterford City as poor for the last few days. This coincides with the cold weather we’ve been having this week. The EPA advises that people with lung or heart problems should reduce strenuous physical activity, particularly outdoors, and especially if they are experiencing deteriorating symptoms.

“The EPA should immediately notify the public of this pollution episode and ask people not to burn smoky fuels.

“The EPA reports that

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Wednesday, 11th January 2017

Waterford Chamber invites you to our first Business After Hours networking event of 2017 at the Theatre Royal. Come along to explore the historic venue, get a preview of what the season ahead has to offer and be in with a chance to win some great prizes.

Join the Theatre Royal team and see the facilities at the venue from an entertainment and corporate venue perspective, while also enjoying a guided historical tour of one of Waterford’s oldest buildings. Artistic Director Ben Barnes will launch the new season, showcasing some of the exciting events on the 2017 schedule, of which highlights include the much anticipated return of My Real Life and the tour of Lyric Theatre’s Educating Rita and Opera Theatre Company’s Acis & Galatea.

Book early to avoid disappointment and be in with the chance to win a voucher for the

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Wednesday, 11th January 2017

Minister for Training, Skills and Innovation John Halligan TD has praised Waterford’s ‘innovators of the future’ who are taking part in the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition at the RDS this week.

Thirteen projects from Waterford’s Our Lady of Mercy Secondary School, De La Salle College, Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge, Árdscoil Na Mara, Newtown School and Blackwater Community College are being showcased at this year’s event, which Minister Halligan described as a ‘fantastic platform for breaking down the perception amongst teenagers that STEM is too difficult’.

“From climate change at Bunmahon beach, to the impact of mobile phone withdrawal from a group of local teenagers, to an app that will combat social anxiety and stress, the Waterford projects are interesting, they’re accessible and they’re very relative to the world around our local teenagers", the Minister noted.

Speaking ahead of his visit to the

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Wednesday, 4th January 2017

- Ballybeg is again Clean to European Norms

- Dumping replacing litter as critical environmental issue

Waterford City, along with four other towns vied for top spot in the IBAL 2016 Anti Litter League. will all receive an Emperor Lime tree courtesy of the Irish Tree Centre in Cork. Waterford came 4th while Kildare was the winner. Meanwhile, Ballybeg was again deemed Clean to European Norms, in 20th position in the ranking of 40 towns and cities.

The An Taisce report for Waterford City stated:

“Waterford City has regularly been top of the cities surveyed in the IBAL Litter Survey and things were no different this time around. There was a general air of freshness in the presentation of many city centre sites e.g. Barronstrand, Quayside

Parking, Waterford Train

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Wednesday, 4th January 2017

Nollaig na mBan, or Women’s Little Christmas, is an old Irish tradition celebrated on January 6th each year, originally created as a day where women got together for a much needed rest after the stress of the Christmas season.

This year, Galway based charity, Breast Cancer Research, are asking ladies to get together on January 6th to celebrate the end of the Christmas while helping to raise funds in support of Breast Cancer Research.

In Ireland, 1 in 10 women will develop breast cancer during their lifetime, with over 2,800 cases of breast cancer diagnosed here each year, Breast Cancer Research, a national charity, raises funds in support of world-class research at the National University of Ireland, Galway. By funding this research, Breast Cancer Research aims to greatly improve

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