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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,…

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…

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…

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…

Archeology Liberty

Dublin City council have commenced new landscaping and external works aimed at improving St Audoen’s Park.  Archaeologists are excavating areas on the site ahead of any disruption by the landscaping development.…

Dublin South Central Repeal

The Dublin South Central Repeal group held a launch night on Wednesday the 21st of February, to discuss the upcoming referendum in May. The aim was to educate the people…

Longer Luas Trams introduced to aid overcrowding

Longer Luas Trams introduced to aid overcrowding

Transdev Ireland have introduced new longer LUAS trams in an effort to combat overcrowding on the network. Overcrowding on the LUAS network has become a sizable problem, as commuters have…

The famous Waltons music shop is now closed

The famous Waltons music shop is now closed

The famous music shop Waltons shut its doors on the 12th February. Located in the heart of Dublin for more than 90 years, the shop is now moving all its…

Winter Games 2018 : Ireland returned empty-handed from South Korea

Winter Games 2018 : Ireland returned empty-handed from South Korea

After two weeks of competitions in South Korea – from February 9th to 25th – the 2018 Winter Olympics have kept all their promises. If Norway is the big winner…

The Iveagh Markets

The Iveagh Markets

The Iveagh Markets property located on Francis Street in the Liberties has seen better days. The once thriving hub of trade and community is now standing on its last legs.…

Dry Days

Dry Days

After a 91-year-old ‘ban’ on drinking in pubs on this particular day, the Good Friday tradition was lifted after legislation in the Dail passed in January. The Intoxicating Liqour Bill,…

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