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The Munster Express

The Munster Express is a weekly newspaper covering the areas of Waterford City and County, South Kilkenny, Carrick-on-Suir, South Tipperary, New Ross and South Wexford. Established in 1859, it is the largest selling newspaper in the south-east of Ireland serving a population of over 100,000. Munster Express Online, one of Ireland’s first provincial newspapers on the web, made its debut in May 1996. It now receives over 224,000 visits each month.
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Pays et région Irlande / Irlande
Villes(s) Waterford
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  • Ray Malone recalls his incredible night in Anfield
    par Matt Keane le 17/05/2019 à 2:18

    Ray Malone has been travelling to his beloved Anfield since he was just six years old. On Tuesday last he headed to the home of Liverpool FC for the game against Barcelona more in hope than confidence.Thee nil behind from the first leg in Spain very few gave the Reds any real hope of scoring [... […]

  • Blues and Reds share spoils in six goal thriller
    par Matt Keane le 17/05/2019 à 2:15

    League of Ireland, Premier Division Waterford FC   3    Sligo Rovers   3 Waterford FC and Sligo Rovers cancelled each other out for the second time this season when they shared the points at the RSC on Saturday night last.When they met in the Showgrounds last month […]

  • Another one that got away for Déise
    par The Munster Express le 17/05/2019 à 2:14

    Munster Senior Football Championship Quarter Final Clare 0-9 Waterford 0-8 Mac Dara Mac Donncha at Cusack Park Waterford’s footballers were overwhelming outsiders travelling to Cusack Park last Saturday but came within a whisker of pulling off a sensational victory, losing by the cruellest […]

  • Fanning: “We have to regroup for Tipp.”
    par Dermot Keyes le 17/05/2019 à 2:08

    “Ah sure, very disappointed,” was the natural first reaction offered by Paraic Fanning in the wake of Waterford’s one-point Munster Hurling Championship reversal to Clare on Sunday last.“We really, really came strong in the second half there and we had a few chances we […]

  • Déise come within agonising whisker
    par Dermot Keyes le 17/05/2019 à 2:06

    Munster Senior Hurling Championship Waterford 0-22 Clare 1-20 Clare left Walsh Park with a brace of points from this Munster Championship opener despite a superb late Waterford rally which so nearly made it a perfect day on home turf.Before a 11,012-strong attendance, under blue skies and in a […]

    par The Munster Express le 17/05/2019 à 2:04

    Splendid hurling occasion lacked the perfect outcome Brian Flannery at Walsh Park Well that was almost a perfect Sunday. The return of the Munster Senior Hurling Championship to Waterford brought the crowds back to Walsh Park and it was a wonderful occasion.Having the sun shine is a key ingredient […]

    par The Munster Express le 17/05/2019 à 2:03

    There are less than three weeks to go now to Daytripper (DT) 2019 on the June Bank Holiday weekend down by the Waterside. The Gasworks site will be hosting the strongest DT line-up up to date, with 3Arena level acts headlining on each day.And because it’s a city centre event, the Apple Market […]

  • The joy of SprOg!
    par Dermot Keyes le 17/05/2019 à 1:57

    Kids’ Spraoi festival set to be “totally awesome”! A group of enthused pupils from St John of Gods Primary School set the SprOg ball rolling at Garter Lane Arts Centre on Thursday last, enjoying art and cupcakes at the 2019 festival’s launch.Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Class […]

  • Largest solar farm in Ireland submitted for planning to Council
    par The Munster Express le 17/05/2019 à 1:55

    Concerns are mounting over plans to build Ireland’s largest solar farm in Waterford’s ‘most scenic tourist area’ The controversial proposal is centred on the areas of Rathnaskillogue, Glen East, Glen West and Curraheen near Stradbally on the Copper Coast – an area […]

  • Cascais: an alternative Portuguese proposition
    par Kieran Walsh le 17/05/2019 à 1:53

    Cascais is a great Portuguese alternative to the Algarve. A sunny and warm location in late March, it’s a smart seaside coastal town outside of Lisbon, which is large by Irish standards, featuring great beaches and good places to eat and stay too.It also has the convenience of geography being […]

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