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How To Stand Out From The Crowd with Festival Fashions

By Zuzanna Piasek July 15, 2018 (No)
Festival season is now upon us. Not only is it fun to listen to all the hottest acts right now, part of the appeal is also to stand out from the crowd with all the latest festival fashions. We’ve got the finest looks and styles for both guys and girls to wear this summer. So, get ready to catch everyone’s eye with your dazzling outfit at some of biggest festivals that Ireland has to offer.  1. Trendy Looks @Longitude Longitude kicked off this weekend at in Marlay Park and the 3 day party is the perfect chance for you to change it up a bit. Tips for Girls: Belt up […]

6 of the Best Restaurants for Clean Eating in Waterford

By Niamh Murray February 24, 2018 (No)
Our latest healthy food guide has heaps of delicious restaurants at the ready. From beautiful Mediterranean dishes to organic bliss, there are so many wonderful ways to enjoy a few hours of clean eating in Waterford. As we all know, it can be hard to find an eatery that gives the consumer the best of both worlds, tasty and healthy food. But these six restaurants are definitely worth a go if you find yourself in the The Gentle County, let’s tuck in! MOMO Restaurant Located at 47 Patrick Street in Waterford, MOMO provides a variety of dishes for all dietary needs. This includes Vegetarian, Vegan and not forgetting the traditional meat […]

All-Ireland Hurling Semi-Final Preview – Cork vs. Waterford

By Evan Coughlan August 12, 2017 (No)
Before the championship even began this year, the Cork hurlers were written off as a team who were going nowhere fast. After a poor 2016 season, where they were knocked out in the second round of the qualifiers to Wexford, everyone seemingly forgot that this is Cork hurling we are talking about and it would only be a matter of time before the Cork hurlers were back firing on all cylinders once again. Waterford on the other hand were expected to at least get to the semi-final stage again this year after the heartbreak of losing to Kilkenny in a replay at this stage last year. Derek McGrath’s side haven’t […]

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