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Local tenants evicted by landlords

Local tenants evicted by landlords

There is an apartment building on South Richmond Street, opposite what is now the former well known Liberties pub, the Bernard Shaw, that appears abandoned. Not many come in or…

Rejected injection centre means addiction services neglected

Rejected injection centre means addiction services neglected

In late July, the news broke that the first proposed Medically Supervised Injection Facility in the country was rejected by Dublin City Council. The centre was planned for the basement…

Latest Student Housing Development Causes Concern

Local residents and politicians have raised concerns after the latest student accommodation development secured planning approval in the Liberties. An Bord Pleanála approved plans under new fast track planning laws…

Improvements at the Cabbage Patch Park

Improvements at the Cabbage Patch Park

Development is well underway at the Cabbage Patch Park off Kevin Street in The Liberties and a number of events have taken place to improve the area. These included a…

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…

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’,…

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…

The regeneration of Christ Church Cathedral

Failte Ireland and Dublin City Council have facilitated regeneration work to the cathedral grounds in Christ Church. The ground works are part of the city’s overall development of the Dublin…

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…

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