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The iconic and cultured history of the National Stadium

When the discussion for Ireland’s best arenas comes into play, it seems that Dublin’s own National Stadium is often overlooked. It does not have the size, magnitude or even the…

Helping people with sight loss by buying and donating clothes

Helping people with sight loss by buying and donating clothes

Located in the Liberties area are two retail shops in aid of the National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI). They draw a steady stream of local customers with…

Sustainable fashion in the Liberties

Sustainable fashion in the Liberties

In a world of fast fashion and ever-changing trends, it is important to be aware of the clothing industry’s effects on the planet. Clothing cannot be 100% sustainable, as even…

Liberty Locals welcome renovation for the homeless

Liberty Locals welcome renovation for the homeless

Liberty locals have responded positively to the announcement of plans to build eight apartments on New Street South to house homeless people. The project is being funded by the Peter…

Annual Darkness into Light Walk returns this May

Annual Darkness into Light Walk returns this May

The annual Darkness into Light walk for mental health and suicide prevention charity Pieta House will take place on Saturday the 11th of May at 4:15am. The walk will take…

Liberties Uncovered – Hawke

Liberties Uncovered – Hawke

As part of our ‘Liberties Uncovered’ series, we spoke to Hawke – the exciting new musical venture of Richie Power and Eoghan Mac Mahon. Both hailing from the Liberties, they…

Dublin guided tour with electric bikes.

Dublin guided tour with electric bikes.

Spring is here and as the temperatures are starting to warm-up, that may have you thinking about getting ready for outdoor activities. Three times a day, around 20-30 people gather…

D8 & Bluebell Parents Association for Autism Inclusion launch

D8 & Bluebell Parents Association for Autism Inclusion launch

Dublin 8 & Bluebell Parents Association for Autism Inclusion was launched last Friday afternoon, in Bluebell.   The group was organised by five mothers, who very well know what it…

The Digital Hub launch new exhibit FACETS

The Digital Hub launch new exhibit FACETS

Last Thursday, a new exhibition called FACETS launched at The Digital Hub in Dublin 8. The work-in-progress exhibition showcases award-winning photographer Mandy O’Neill’s exploration of The Liberties, and her response…

Bring Your Own Art Art Show at Lucky’s Bar

Bring Your Own Art Art Show at Lucky’s Bar

Lucky’s Bar on Meath Street are holding their second Bring Your Own Art Art Show after the success of their first one. Inspired by a similar event in New York,…

Phoenix Park is a great place to play cricket

Phoenix Park is a great place to play cricket

Civil Service, a club founded in 1863 in the Phoenix Park, is one of the oldest cricket clubs in Leinster. Located in a picturesque part of the Phoenix Park directly…

Cheltenham Festival Preview

Cheltenham Festival Preview

Ireland look to have a very strong hand going into this year’s Cheltenham Festival as Willie Mullins, Gordon Elliot and Joseph O’Brien among others look to fire their best bullets…

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