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Purple Flag award keeps Galway’s momentum alive

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There aren’t many machines that can keep going all day. Or workers. Or products. Legislation wouldn’t permit it. For that matter there aren’t many towns that can offer as much at night as they do during the day. When darkness falls, the natural attractions which bring people into places are shrouded in a lack of light and rendered inhospitable. Rare are the places that are equally welcoming by day and by night.

Galway City Council urges dog owners to ‘take the lead’

The Galway City Council has announced that it will launch the Responsible Dog Ownership campaign this month.

Love Galway this April and take part in An Taisce's National Spring Clean campaign

April is National Spring Clean month and Galway City Council is encouraging schools, groups, and individuals from all over the city to take part in Ireland's biggest anti-litter initiative.

Galway Tidy Towns and Garden Competition 2012

The winning entries in the Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden competition have been announced. Mary Crowe from Ballagh was deemed to have the finest front garden in the overall category while Pat McPhibin, 41 Emmet Avenue, scooped the prize in the same distinction but for front garden in a city council estate.

Galway Arts Festival introduces new Green Initiative

Can you enjoy the arts and be environmentally responsible at the same time? In straitened economic times how can business reduce the costs associated with waste?

City gears up for Tidy Towns challenge

Galway will be competing with Waterford and Limerick for the top spot at this year’s Tidy Towns competition.

Coláiste Iognáid scoops council litter award

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Coláiste Iognáid has been named overall winner in the Galway City Council's Adopt-a-Spot Competition 2010.

Council to host breakfast seminar on food waste

Leftover food accounts for a large proportion of the waste in many businesses. Disposing of it properly is a legal requirement but proper disposal can also save companies money.

Five decades on, the city tidy towns and garden competition in blooming good shape

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The results of this year’s Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden Competition have been announced. The overall winner of the Front Garden Competition was Mary Crowe, Ballagh. First prize in the Front Garden - City Council Estate category was awarded to John Connaughton, St. James’ Crescent. The best first time entrant was Eileen Lennon, Renmore. The winners of the Best Window Boxes/Floral Display category were Carolyn Shiels, Oaklands and Bernie Comber, Blakes Lane. Seamus King, St. James’ Crescent won the Best Lawns category.

Paintings of the month at Castlerin studio

To celebrate the Kilkenny Arts Festival, a special exhibition of paintings, by most of the artists who have participated in the ‘Painting of the Month’ series over the last two years, will be displayed in the new exhibition area of ‘The Studio’ building, Bennettsbridge.

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