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All-Ireland final proves fertile ground for ticket touts

All-Ireland final proves fertile ground for ticket touts

Tickets for Dublin's All-Ireland final were selling for as much as €1,200 on eBay.…

Electronic Cigarettes contain toxic chemicals

Electronic Cigarettes contain toxic chemicals

  A recent report has revealed that the popular new Electronic Cigarette may be just as harmful as regular tobacco. Following plans to ban Electronic Cigarettes from public places in…

The legacy of a Liberties hospital

The legacy of a Liberties hospital

Stepping back in time, Darragh Mowld’s discovers how a past Liberties hospital marked a revolutionary shift in medicine.…

‘Secret’ Millionaire comes to The Liberties

‘Secret’ Millionaire comes to The Liberties

The streets of the Liberties grasped their moment of fame last month, as they featured on the hit television programme, ‘The Secret Millionaire’, reports Leah King.…

Scene set to legalise medicinal marijuana for MS sufferers

Scene set to legalise medicinal marijuana for MS sufferers

Hilary Pidegeon reveals the latest government plans to introduce a new form of medical marijuana for MS patients.…

Mural marks memoir

Mural marks memoir

Meath Street sits at the heart of local tradition for all Liberties residents, whether they’re born, raised or simply situated here, writes Shauna Irwin.…

St James’ promise a more hands on hygiene policy

St James’ promise a more hands on hygiene policy

Amy Grehan follows up on the damning hygiene report of local hospital St. James’, she asks what are they doing to rectify the problem?…

Merchants holds ‘key’ to homelessness

Merchants holds ‘key’ to homelessness

Understaffing poses a huge issue for Merchants Quay Ireland (MQI) and current workers are finding it increasingly difficult to cope with the growing demand, reports Josephine Gallagher.…

IFI Mosque, the heart of a new multicultural Ireland

IFI Mosque, the heart of a new multicultural Ireland

The Islamic Foundation of Ireland (IFI) mosque on the South Circular Road acts as a place of worship and and a focal point for Muslims in the Liberties area. …

Solas Project, ‘let your light shine’

Solas Project, ‘let your light shine’

The Solas Project, a community rejuvenation project for South Inner City Dublin, helps to provide programmes for disadvantaged youths…

Directly Elected Mayor campaign gets off to a slow start

Directly Elected Mayor campaign gets off to a slow start

The public response to the new mayor4dublin website, which lets Dubliners have their say on a proposal made for a directly elected mayor, has been minimal, according to two councillors…

Launch of Magdalene Laundries history project

Launch of Magdalene Laundries history project

The launch of the The Magdalene Institutions: Recording an Oral and Archival History project took place in Liberty Hall on the 28 October.…

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