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Smithfield ‘horse boy’ surprised to see his picture on the wall

Smithfield ‘horse boy’ surprised to see his picture on the wall

‘Horse boy’ has brought a new lease of life to Smithfield’s Stirrup lane. The large mural on the gable end of Vincent O’Donoghue’s semi-detached house, just around the corner from…

Weaver Park official unveiling

Weaver Park official unveiling

Weaver Park on Cork Street was officially unveiled this week by Dublin’s Lord Mayor Micheal Mac Donncha – some weeks after local people starting using it.   Around 60 people…

A different Bríd of politician

A different Bríd of politician

Bríd Smith, a TD for Dublin South-central, is a committed left wing political activist. Along with another five TDs from Solidarity – People Before Profit, she’s part of a fledgling…

Marriott hotel plan technology centered hotel for Blackpitts area

Marriott hotel plan technology centered hotel for Blackpitts area

Sitework has begun for a whopping €40 million modern hotel build on the site of Tenters pub on Mill Street in Dublin’s Liberties area. The Marriott Hotel Company are the…

New Inchicore school extension shortlisted for EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture

New Inchicore school extension  shortlisted for EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture

A school in Inchicore has been shortlisted for the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture.   A new section of the historic Model School Inchicore, designed by Donaghy and Dimond architects,…

Inchicore school stands up against LGBT bullying

Inchicore school stands up against LGBT bullying

By Leanne Salmon Bullying of any kind is very difficult for any young person to deal with, but when it’s bullying for one’s sexuality or gender identity, it is even…

Liberties charity hope to win €1000 in the ‘Better Together’ competition

Liberties charity hope to win €1000 in the ‘Better Together’ competition

A local Liberties charity has entered the “Better Together” video story competition in the hopes of winning €1000 to help homeless people in Dublin Inner City. The Mendicity Institution, based…

DIT lecturers combat cuts

DIT lecturers combat cuts

About 4,000 Institute of Technology lecturers, members of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland and supported by the Union of Student in Ireland, took strike action on February 3th over funding…

Councillor against Cameron visit

Councillor against Cameron visit

A Liberties councillor has criticised Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s proposal for British Prime Minister David Cameron to visit Ireland as part of this year’ 1916 Centenary Commemorations. According to the Irish…

Planning permission granted in Newmarket for student accommodation

Planning permission granted in Newmarket for student accommodation

Planning permission has been granted for new student accommodation at Mill Street, Newmarket, in the southwest inner city. Plans for the site will see the area transformed into a 400-bed…

Ireland welcomes 4,000 refugees over 2 years

Ireland welcomes 4,000 refugees over 2 years

The Irish government have agreed to welcome 4,000 refugees over the next two years, as part of the new Irish Refugee Protection Programme. Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald said, “Ireland will…

Plans For modular homes schemes pick up pace

Plans For modular homes schemes pick up pace

At the end of August more than 600 families in Dublin were living in either hotels or homeless accommodation. This is excluding all the homeless sleeping rough on the streets…

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