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First large group of DIT students won’t move to Grangegorman until 2020

New academic buildings set to be built in DIT Grangegorman won’t be available until “early to mid 2020,” according to the Department of Education. DIT students had previously been told…

“The cultural loss to the area is massive” says local Cllr. Tina MacVeigh

“The cultural loss to the area is massive” says local Cllr. Tina MacVeigh

Local councillor, Tina MacVeigh has expressed concerns for her constituency following a decision made by An Bord Pleanála which will see the demolition of Tivoli Theatre and in its place,…

Tourist Trail of the Liberties

Tourist Trail of the Liberties

As one of Dublin’s most historic neighbourhoods the Liberties is a popular destination for tourists when they are staying here in Dublin. The Liberties is one of our capital city’s…

The Urban Green

The Urban Green

“People are getting to talk to each other, people are getting to meet the new residents of the community, the new students. There’s nothing better than actually meeting once or…

Cork and Dundalk set to do battle once again.

Cork and Dundalk set to do battle once again.

This season’s League of Ireland campaign is set to be the tightest in five years as the likes of Cork City, Shamrock Rovers and Dundalk go up against each other…

Blind leading the blind

Blind leading the blind

Travelling through Dublin city centre can be difficult for the daily commuter, especially in the morning. Constant streams of people hustling and bustling through the streets on their way to…

‘The Half Promised Land’ Newest Autism Friendly Play in Dublin’

‘The Half Promised Land’ Newest Autism Friendly Play in Dublin’

A new production of Maeve Binchy’s 1979 play ‘The Half Promised Land’ included one relaxed performance specifically for those with an Autism Spectrum Condition or any sensory and communication disorders.…

Pharmacy closure

Pharmacy closure

O’Hara’s pharmacy on Aungier Street has suddenly closed in recent weeks – informing customers with a note taped to the shopfront that its shutters have been pulled for the last…

Samcro out to live up to the hype as the Cheltenham Festival rolls into town

Samcro out to live up to the hype as the Cheltenham Festival rolls into town

The Cheltenham Festival is back, and for racing purists, this really is the greatest show on earth. This year, Samcro is the so-called Irish ‘banker’ of the four-day bonanza. Described…

Boys in blue off to a flyer

The Dublin footballers have made a blistering start to their division one campaign with four wins from four matches. It started under the lights at Croke Park when they beat…

Allianz Hurling League Review

Allianz Hurling League Review

Pat Gilroy’s new Dublin hurling squad started the league with a disappointing defeat to Offaly in Croke Park. The visitors led by five points at half-time and secured their first…

Architect says councillors have myopic view of hotel development

Architect says councillors have myopic view of hotel development

Two new hotels will open in the Liberties in the coming months providing about 340 bedrooms. Tourist attractions have created a demand for accommodation in the area. A new 202-bed…

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