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50 years of Little Folk

50 years of Little Folk

Children’s clothing shop Little Folk is celebrating its 50th year supplying Communion outfits to the people of the Liberties. Located on Meath Street, the shop opened up in October 1968,…

A tough start to the year for Dublin’s rough sleepers

A tough start to the year for Dublin’s rough sleepers

We are almost three months through 2019 now and everyone is getting back into their regular routines after the hectic Christmas period. However, for some it is much harder for…

Property prices on the rise in Dublin 8

Property prices on the rise in Dublin 8

It’s fair to say the property and construction scene is booming once again in this country. Almost 400 residential properties were sold in the Dublin 8 area between January and…

Cabbage Patch park revamp

A plan is under way to give the historic cabbage patch park off Kevin Street a revamp and create a safe space that can cater to all members of the…

Council’s ‘super depot’ planned for Marrowbone Lane

Council’s ‘super depot’ planned for Marrowbone Lane

Dublin City Council has voted to rezone a site on Marrowbone Lane for the development of roughly 100 housing units and a council depot – but several councillors in the…

Businesses are being priced out of the area

Businesses are being priced out of the area

According to several business owners, the rising cost of rent is making it harder for stores to stay afloat, causing several stores to close or move location. Locally run stores…

Community ‘not ready’ for children’s hospital impact

Community ‘not ready’ for children’s hospital impact

Communities surrounding the site of the new children’s hospital are going to be significantly impacted in a number of ways due to a lack of sufficient infrastructure in the area.…

Parking fees set to rise this year

Dublin City Council  are increasing the cost of parking throughout the city centre in an attempt to lower the number of people driving into the city centre and encourage drivers…

New co-working space set to open its doors this month

New co-working space set to open its doors this month

A new co-working space called The Masonry will be opening on Thomas Street in March. The repurposing and rejuvenation of this six-floor heritage building will, according to developers ‘Iconic Offices’,…

Shopfront improvement scheme is ‘too small’

Shopfront improvement scheme is ‘too small’

Dublin City Council’s South Central Area office is now inviting applications under the Shopfront Improvement Scheme for 2019. The scheme, which has operated for the past four years under the…

Parish Vicar David Pierpoint suspects that attack on St. Michan’s church was planned

Parish Vicar David Pierpoint suspects that attack on St. Michan’s church was planned

Parish Vicar David Pierpoint feels that the attack on St. Michan’s church was planned. Archdeacon of Dublin and parish vicar David Pierpoint has revealed that the break-in in St Michan’s…

Liberties locals protest Vicar Street redevelopment

Liberties locals protest Vicar Street redevelopment

Dublin 8 residents gathered outside Vicar Street recently to protest plans that will add a high-rise hotel to the music venue. Vicar Street owner Harry Crosbie has been given the…

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