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# Waterford

This year
2024
Ministers met with Grace case inquiry to voice unhappiness with the pace of work and delays
Former minister says he is ‘horrified’ with the continuous delays of the inquiry.
The Grace case concerns a young woman with profound intellectual disabilities who was left in a foster home in the Waterford area for almost 20 years despite a succession of sexual and physical abuse allegations.
The latest six month extension means the final report will not be complete until September 2024, over five years beyond its original deadline.
Galway come from behind to beat Waterford
Davy Fitzgerald: 'It's the same f**king thing -- that 15 minutes after half-time'
Cork hold off late Waterford charge to land their first win of hurling league
Woman in her 20s dies following single-vehicle collision in Co Waterford
Woman (37) appears in court charged with murder of six-year-old son Matthew Healy
Gardaí begin questioning woman in connection with death of Matthew Healy
Funeral for Matthew Healy to take place in Co Cork later this week
Education Minister extends sympathy over death of 'much loved' Matthew Healy
Woman arrested after body of six-year-old boy found in Co Waterford
It’s believed the child was in a car while the woman was on the roadway.
Limerick and Waterford begin league campaigns with high-scoring wins
Auditor suggests council dock Deputy Mayor's expenses to help recoup €700k landfill bill
Man arrested by gardaí investigating armed robbery of business Waterford last week
Garda sergeant charged with assaulting suspect and attempting to pervert the course of justice
The case was heard at Waterford District Court on Monday.
The case has been taken by the Director of Public Prosecutions on foot of a GSOC investigation.
The sergeant is accused of asking a more junior garda not to record an incident in which he allegedly assaulted a suspect.
Garda who interviewed Kenneally in 1980s 'got promotion through FF connections’, inquiry hears
The inquiry heard claims of a previously unknown meeting involving gardaí about Bill Kenneally.
Appeal as man armed with machete stages robbery and threatens staff at Waterford jewellers
Waterford included in New York Times list of '52 Places to Go' this year
Waterford star Stephen Bennett battling career-threatening injury
Fitzgerald fires 0-10 as Waterford beat Tipperary to reach Munster league final
Family have 'unanswered questions' over investigation into missing 22-year-old woman
Waterford edge out Kerry by 11 points in feisty affair
Renewed appeal for information about the disappearance of Imelda Keenan
Last year
2023
Waterford named 'European City of Christmas' for 2024
All-Ireland finalists Waterford appoint Jerry Wallace as new manager
'It was crazy. As it got into the media, the buzz around it was unbelievable'
Airport seeks €12m from Govt in bid to resume commercial flights for first time since 2016
Two children taken to hospital after collision between jeep and e-scooter
Coughlan scores extra-time winner as Waterford earn promotion and relegate Cork City
Abuse victim who was allegedly turned away from garda station sues gardaí
Gardaí ask for public's help finding missing teenager Jack Faulkner
After ending county's 78-year wait for All-Ireland camogie final, Waterford boss departs
Schoolteacher sentenced after trying to 'dismantle and destroy' lives of gardaí
Antisemitic graffiti spotted in Tramore town before being removed by council
Man (20s) and woman (80s) die following separate collisions in Co Cork and Co Waterford
Two women hospitalised after being attacked by XL Bully dog in Co Waterford
People with ‘tax payment difficulties’ due to Storm Babet urged to ‘engage early’ with Revenue
Public 'strongly advised' to avoid cliff walk after landslide in Dunmore East
In pictures: Children carried from school during evacuation as floods hit south-east
Buildings evacuated in parts of Waterford and Kilkenny amid heavy flooding
Storm Babet: Cork roads remain impassable after 'worst flooding in 40 years'