February 27, 2020
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The February 1st CAO deadline is fast approaching, but there’s no need to panic – the procedure is simple and clear. It’s well timed as the Christmas period is a good time to be thinking about and discussing third level options with family and friends. Student Centred If you’re looking for somewhere different, somewhere that […]
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The search for a woman who has been missing since earlier this week has ended in tragedy after her body was discovered in the River Barrow Kathleen Lawlor (58) missing from her home in Bennekerry, Carlow, since Tuesday. A Garda spokesperson said they are treating the case as “a personal tragedy”. A file on the […]
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THE most popular cars in Ireland are from the Hyundai range. They include some of the greenest, most economical vehicles available, such as the i10, i20 and ix20, the i30 Hatchback, Fastback and Tourer, the i40, the Santa Fe and and the Kona. The Tucson has been Ireland’s best selling SUV since its introduction in […]
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Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) is the top destination for college-bound secondary students in the South East, a new survey reveals. Recently published data on secondary ‘feeder’ schools to universities, institutes of technology, and colleges shows WIT continues to feature as the leading provider of higher education across the counties in the region. WIT ranks […]
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A motion urging Health Service Executive management to “immediately petition” Health Minister Simon Harris for funding “to eliminate eliminate the hardships and deprivations caused to patients and their families” at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) will be debated at a meeting today. The motion, brought by Waterford City East councillor Jody