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Irish film to premiere at Film Festival this weekend

Irish film to premiere at Film Festival this weekend

Dub Daze, a new Irish film written, directed and produced by Irish filmmaker Shane Collins is finally complete and will premiere at the Virgin Dublin International Film Festival in Cineworld,…

Top 5 Vegan eateries in the Liberties

Top 5 Vegan eateries in the Liberties

Is there a better place for a cup of coffee or a friendly brunch if not Liberties? Even though Veganuary has come to an end, there’s no need to stop…

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…

D8 Rent prices reach the roof

D8 Rent prices reach the roof

Rent prices have risen on average by more than 11% in Dublin 8 since September last year, according to the latest report by property website Daft.ie. Despite the Liberties being…

Initiatives made Halloween safer

Initiatives made Halloween safer

Numerous events organised by the city council this year made for a safer Halloween, according to councilor Tina McVeigh from the People Before Profit Alliance. “This year in 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…

Old Kevin Street toilet set for redevelopment

Old Kevin Street toilet set for redevelopment

The old public toilets on Kevin Street are hoped to be redeveloped in the next year or so. The toilets, which sit at the big junction of Kevin Street and…

Man charged with murder on Bridgefoot Street

Man charged with murder on Bridgefoot Street

A 24-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of David Douglas on Bridgefoot Street in 2016. Gareth Brophy, of no fixed abode, appeared before Judge Dermot Simms…

‘Bus Connects’ proposes new routes through the Liberties

‘Bus Connects’ proposes new routes through the Liberties

  Dublin Bus has announced major changes to its bus routes as part of a new project called Bus Connects. A report released in June proposed several new and updated…

Anansi Boys: book review

Anansi Boys: book review

  “Stories are webs, interconnected strand to strand, and you follow each story to the center, because the center is the end. Each person is a strand of story.” Neil…

Kevin Street Library refurbishment complete

Kevin Street Library refurbishment complete

  Kevin Street Library has reopened five years after works were delayed several times when more damage was uncovered throughout the rebuilding. Due to the majority of the roof having…

Donore Credit Union celebrates 60th anniversary

Donore Credit Union celebrates 60th anniversary

  Donore Credit Union is Ireland’s oldest credit union and this year it has celebrated its 60th birthday. The business opened in 1958 and is based in Rutledge Terrace off…

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