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Newmarket Square and Tenter’s sees surge of redevelopment

Newmarket Square and Tenter’s sees surge of redevelopment

Newmarket square and the Tenters has seen a surge in planning applications as of late. The Newmarket area is set for 92 residential units, a hotel of nearly 8,000 square…

Housing shortage in The Liberties

Housing shortage in The Liberties

By Jack Maguire Homelessness is a rising problem in the Liberties and Dublin in particular, with no sign of any solution since the census results were released in August.  …

Weaver Park official unveiling

Weaver Park official unveiling

Weaver Park on Cork Street was officially unveiled this week by Dublin’s Lord Mayor Micheal Mac Donncha – some weeks after local people starting using it.   Around 60 people…

Sinn Féin announces Seanad candidates

Sinn Féin announces Seanad candidates

Local Sinn Féin TD Aengus Ó Snodaigh announced the party’s seven candidates set to stand in the upcoming Seanad elections. The candidates include a number of defeated general-election candidates, including Pádraig…

St Pats looking to Buck up this season

St Pats looking to Buck up this season

Speaking at the launch of the 2016 SSE Airtricty League of Ireland, Saint Patrick’s Athletic manager Liam Buckley insisted that his team would be as competitive as ever in the…

Liberties Festival to expand following awards victory

Liberties Festival to expand following awards victory

The Liberties Festival looks set to expand its operations this year following a celebrated win at the Community and Council Awards. Director Ger O’Donnell and his ambitious team of volunteers…

DIT lecturers combat cuts

DIT lecturers combat cuts

About 4,000 Institute of Technology lecturers, members of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland and supported by the Union of Student in Ireland, took strike action on February 3th over funding…

Councillor against Cameron visit

Councillor against Cameron visit

A Liberties councillor has criticised Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s proposal for British Prime Minister David Cameron to visit Ireland as part of this year’ 1916 Centenary Commemorations. According to the Irish…

“We are not a dumping ground”, says DSPCA

“We are not a dumping ground”, says DSPCA

DSPCA mark fourth year of “Adopt Don’t Buy” campaign as appeal for abandoned animals intensifies The DSPCA is not a dumping ground for unwanted animals. This is the message of…

Guinness goes vegan by dropping fish product

Guinness goes vegan by dropping fish product

  Guinness have announced that they will be removing the fish extract isinglass from their filtration system in 2016, so that the beverage will be suitable for vegans and vegetarians.…

Planning permission granted in Newmarket for student accommodation

Planning permission granted in Newmarket for student accommodation

Planning permission has been granted for new student accommodation at Mill Street, Newmarket, in the southwest inner city. Plans for the site will see the area transformed into a 400-bed…

Ireland welcomes 4,000 refugees over 2 years

Ireland welcomes 4,000 refugees over 2 years

The Irish government have agreed to welcome 4,000 refugees over the next two years, as part of the new Irish Refugee Protection Programme. Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald said, “Ireland will…

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