Brave family honoured with plaque near home

Three members of the one family who fought for Irish freedom during the War of Independence have been honoured with a plaque near where...

Fermoy pool on schedule to reopen end of month

It has been confirmed this week that maintenance work at Fermoy swimming pool has largely been completed, with the facility now on schedule to reopen at...

Work continues at Mill Island healthcare facility

Work at the new primary care campus being developed at Mill Island in Fermoy by UHPC is well underway with works at the site...

Just a tenth of Irish Graduates have found work this year...

Only 16% of graduates looking for their first job since March have been successful, with the new cohort of graduates from the...

Residential care facility for Ballysaggart causes concerns

A new private residential care facility, set to begin operating in the coming weeks in the West Waterford village of Ballysaggart, has been the cause...

Major increase in dumping in Glanworth since Covid

Glanworth has seen a major increase of dumping and littering in recent times. While household waste was found dumped around the recycling area such as...

Publicans’ cautious welcome for the reopening of pubs

Rural publicans in North Cork have given a cautious welcome to the news that they can re-open their businesses on September 21st, but warn...

Opel Ireland sponsors Today with Claire Byrne

Opel Ireland has been announced as the new sponsor of the RTE Radio 1 Today with Claire Byrne show, from Monday, September...

Clare’s Garden adds to Lane’s beauty

A plaque in memory of Clare Murphy has been erected on Quarry Lane, Fermoy. The plaque overlooks a flower bed which was...

‘Eircodes as important as fire alarms’

One of The Avondhu’s most experienced fire fighters has spoken about the life saving capabilities of Eircodes.  Bob Dalton, Station Officer of Mitchelstown...

Avondhu Stories

STAY CONNECTED

11,395FansLike
2,599FollowersFollow
12SubscribersSubscribe

News

X