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Liberties locals won’t lay tools down without a fight to save Weaver Square Gardens

Liberties locals won’t lay tools down without a fight to save Weaver Square Gardens

Liberties locals have rallied together to battle a decision by Dublin City Council to replace Weaver Square Community Gardens and allotments with rapid-build social housing. Members of the Weaver Square…

Will Brexit hit the Liberties?

Will Brexit hit the Liberties?

  Next to a wide selection of beer taps hang framed photographs from Dublin’s past. Most of them in black and white with the the oldest ones go back to…

Passion 4 food- Free food to those in need twice a week

Passion 4 food- Free food to those in need twice a week

  Passion 4 food, a restaurant which is is reaching out to Dublin’s homeless community with a hot meal and a sympathetic ear, is located on Camden Street, where it…

European Youth Conference, a great opportunity for young people.

European Youth Conference, a great opportunity for young people.

A student from Liberties College, Dean Murray (19), represented Ireland in the European Youth Conference in Bulgaria this month.   Every year the European Union (EU) brings together young people…

Withstanding the Push

Withstanding the Push

The Liberties is well known for its community spirit and banter, from the markets to the pubs and streets. Gentrification in the area in recent years, the process of renovating…

New lease of life for Thomas Street and Cornmarket

New lease of life for Thomas Street and Cornmarket

Dublin City Council is giving the Liberties a new lease of life as a major programme of investment is underway to improve the quality of streets and public spaces in…

The Fourth Corner is bringing something new and something back to the Liberties

The Fourth Corner is bringing something new and something back to the Liberties

The Fourth Corner is a new bar open on Patrick Street in the Liberties, on the junction with Kevin Street. The Fourth Corner officially opened on March 16th. Owner and…

Blind leading the blind

Blind leading the blind

Travelling through Dublin city centre can be difficult for the daily commuter, especially in the morning. Constant streams of people hustling and bustling through the streets on their way to…

Pharmacy closure

Pharmacy closure

O’Hara’s pharmacy on Aungier Street has suddenly closed in recent weeks – informing customers with a note taped to the shopfront that its shutters have been pulled for the last…

Architect says councillors have myopic view of hotel development

Architect says councillors have myopic view of hotel development

Two new hotels will open in the Liberties in the coming months providing about 340 bedrooms. Tourist attractions have created a demand for accommodation in the area. A new 202-bed…

Archeology Liberty

Dublin City council have commenced new landscaping and external works aimed at improving St Audoen’s Park.  Archaeologists are excavating areas on the site ahead of any disruption by the landscaping development.…

Dublin South Central Repeal

The Dublin South Central Repeal group held a launch night on Wednesday the 21st of February, to discuss the upcoming referendum in May. The aim was to educate the people…

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