See how IBAL scored sites it surveyed around Galway with this interactive map

The latest IBAL Litter League results, released earlier today, give Galway a good grade overall and found the city to be clean to European norms.

Galway was ranked 21st of 40 towns and cities included in this year's survey.

See how inspectors graded individual sites around the city, and inspectors' comments on each area, in the map below.


News

See how IBAL scored sites it surveyed around Galway with this interactive map

The latest IBAL Litter League results, released earlier today, give Galway a good grade overall and found the city to be clean to European norms.


What's On

Connecting with pride and passion in Doughiska

The second annual Connect Intercultural Festival will take place this Saturday August 23 from 10am to 6pm in Merlin Woods City Park and the Cumasú Centre on Doughiska Road.


Property

Excellent three bed family home in Monalee Manor

O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale this beautiful three/four bedroom family home located in the premier estate of Monalee Manor, Knocknacarra.

No 40 Monalee Manor.

Sport

Dunne wants Galway to summon a gutsy response

Having slipped to fourth place following two consecutive SSE Airtricity League first division defeats, Galway FC will be hoping to post a positive result on Saturday evening against Longford Town at City Calling Stadium.

Pictured at the announcement of the new Galwegians RFC coach are:  Galwegians’ president Joe Healy, new head coach Matt Brown, director of rugby Erc Dunne, and Galwegians chairman’ Paul Shelly. Galwegians will open their division 1B campaign with a home game against Dublin University on Saturday September 13, while Corinthians are away to Ballymena.

Motors

Stylish new Nissan Murano breaks cover

The third generation of Nissan's flagship crossover symbolizes its design-led product and brand renaissance. The new Murano is expected to arrive here late this year.


Business

Chambers welcome signing of Shannon Airport Bill

The Chambers of Ennis, Galway, Limerick and Shannon, which represent 1,355 members with a combined employment level of 45,700, have welcomed the recent signing into law of the Shannon Airport Bill by President Michael D Higgins.


Lifestyle

Take a walk on the Wilde side

I have always had a soft spot for Lisloughrey Lodge, enjoyed many good meals there, and slept soundly in the lavish bedrooms. Previously, a stunning job was done on Lisloughrey, transforming it from old style country house into contemporary country hideaway with bedrooms and suites individually styled and decorated, oversized beds, deep piled carpets, dark wood furniture, and the latest flat screen technology. The heart of the hotel is a magnificent period building and behind it, new accommodation was added discreetly in two-bedroom units built around an attractive landscaped courtyard with covered walkways. Set in the grounds of Ashford Castle and now in common ownership, the hotel has one of the most beautiful locations in the country. Perched above Lough Corrib, just outside Cong, the most picturesque of village with little gift shops to peruse, cafes and pubs to refresh yourself in, ferry rides and woodland walks to amuse you. Fishing, golf and even falconry are all on your doorstep.


Opinion

Let yourself be led back into the light

I've lost just too many friends to suicide. People I worked with, people I went to school with, people I socialised with, people I've acted with and played football with. All unique. All different. They had varying professions and occupations, various loves and losses.


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