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Residents look back in sadness at Weaver Squares lost community garden

Residents look back in sadness at Weaver Squares lost community garden

Early January brought an unpleasant surprise to the residents of the Weaver Square, when after long resistance, the new locks were put on the beloved community garden. Digging up works…

Will refurbishments effect the antique tradition on Francis St?

Will refurbishments effect the antique tradition on Francis St?

Francis Street is renowned in Dublin for its antiques and collectables. The street has over fifteen stores, some of which have been there for more than four decades. The area…

Restoring life to graveyards

Restoring life to graveyards

The Liberties is going through a complete overhaul recently – with the likes of the Tivoli going, and refurbishments elsewhere. However, many people forget the key restoration of historical graveyards,…

Feeding Vulnerable people in the Liberties

Feeding Vulnerable people in the Liberties

Staff and volunteers from the Little Flower Penny Dinners were busy preparing food for people who were expected to come up to its main dining hall and front dining room.…

Nurses and Midwives unite to fight against austerity

Nurses and Midwives unite to fight against austerity

The new year’s bell rang with a national strike where thousands of nurses and midwives across the country stopped going to their jobs and made a stand, asking for changes…

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…

The distilleries of Dublin’s Liberties

The distilleries of Dublin’s Liberties

The Liberties was the heart of brewing and distilling in Dublin in the 18th and 19th century, but by 1973 the last distillery had closed its doors. However, in recent…

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…

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,…

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