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“Tribute to The Coombe” Concert

“Tribute to The Coombe” Concert

A concert is to raise the vital funds for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at The Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital will take place on March 20th, 2001…

Learning in the Liberties

Learning in the Liberties

Liberties College in the heart of the Liberties, held its annual open day on Friday, 11th of February. College students, including a rather regal-looking "Sir James Parmanda", from the performing…

Swapping dole queues for customs queues

Swapping dole queues for customs queues

More and more of our nation’s youth are trading in the dole queues for the customs queues at airports, as emigration reaches its highest level since the late eighties.…

Hung out to dry

Hung out to dry

Cowen’s antics raise questions about the stigma of drinking after work - reports Caitríona McKenna…

Dublin Bus Cuts

Dublin Bus Cuts

Garreth Mac Namee reports on the upcoming cuts to Dublin Bus which will effect routes throughout the Liberties.…

Workfare Scheme causes a stir among unemployed.

Workfare Scheme causes a stir among unemployed.

Ross Leahy reports on the proposed introduction of the Workfare Scheme.…

Who will you choose to keep you warm?

Who will you choose to keep you warm?

Kate Ní Chléirigh looks at Airtiricity ‘Biggest save’ campaign which offers 20% saving on your gas rates and 6% on your electricity rates.…

Frank Harte Festival – Memorial Walk 2010

The Frank Harte Festival Memorial Walk took place on the 26th of September in what is fast becoming an annual celebration of the life and music of Frank Harte, a…

Dubliners speak about church abuse

Dubliners speak about church abuse

Has the scandal of abused children changed the image of the Roman Catholic Church in Dublin?…

Blue Cross mobile tends Liberties’ animals

Blue Cross mobile tends Liberties’ animals

The Irish Blue Cross animal charity provides mobile clinic facilities that go to ten locations throughout Dublin every week supplying low cost veterinary care to pet owners on low income,…

St Patrick’s Day – an Irish celebration exported to the world

St Patrick’s Day – an Irish celebration exported to the world

An estimated 58.3 million Euros for the Irish economy, a sense of Irish togetherness and several grand parades all over the world. These are just some of the impacts Saint…

Head shop popularity means drop in heroin and cocaine sales

Head shop popularity means drop in heroin and cocaine sales

The Liberty visits the Nirvana head shop on Clanbrassil Street…

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