Six towns are to get another chance to bid for Tidy Towns glory after they were left out due to a technical glitch.
A village frequented by celebrities such as singer Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones has won this year’s Tidy Towns competition.
Fermoy is the cleanest town in Ireland, with Waterford taking the crown for the country’s most litter-free city, according to an annual survey by national trust An Taisce.
Littering of disadvantaged city areas is getting worse, a new survey has found.
Dawn raids and doggedness lifted Listowel to the top of this year’s Tidy Towns competition after 25 years of trying.
Clare businessman Eugene Garrihy has criticised the results of a new survey that has labelled Doolin a “litter blackspot."
The sense of pride of the residents of a Co Antrim town was praised as it was named best kept town in Ireland.
Cork-based writer David Mitchell talks to Richard Fitzpatrick about autism, the influence of his folk-star namesake, and helping out with the local Tidy Towns.
Sweeping brushes and spades may be the physical tools of success in the Tidy Towns but the crucial factor is partnership.
A year ago it was Ireland’s tidiest village but this year Birdhill occupies an even higher perch after winning the overall national title of the country’s tidiest town.
Skerries has been named as Ireland's tidiest town for 2016.
Kerry, Cork, and Waterford feature heavily in the shortlist for the best tourism towns in the country.
Killarney, Co Kerry, has been featured on a list of the world’s top 100 best-value destinations for tourists in 2016. Dublin has made the cut among the most affordable cities worldwide.
The full rundown of points for every town and village that entered this year’s competition are listed below.
It took more than a half- century of whole-hearted commitment but finally Letterkenny has won the title of the country’s Tidiest Town.
The HSE has been labelled ‘greedy’ for allegedly demanding €10,000 from a voluntary tidy towns’ committee for a small unkempt site.
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