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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…

Rialto man charged with robbery

Rialto man charged with robbery

By Leanne Salmon A 29-year-old man accused of robbing a shop last Thursday on the South Circular Road in Rialto was charged with the crime on Friday. He appeared before…

New office building for Dublin 8

New office building for Dublin 8

By Hajar Akl A new mixed-use development building is due for construction in Carman’s Hall, in the heart of the Liberties, after Salamisso Developments got planning permission. The new building…

NCAD get involved in the #StateoftheArt campaign to reform the LC Art curriculum

NCAD get involved in the #StateoftheArt campaign to reform the LC Art curriculum

By Meadhbh Sinclair NCAD has come out in support of a new campaign by second-level art teachers that encourages more creativity and freedom in the leaving certificate curriculum. The #StateoftheArt campaign,…

NCAD Graduates mark homecoming with daring multiplatform art exhibition

NCAD Graduates mark homecoming with daring multiplatform art exhibition

NCAD Gallery welcomed back two NCAD graduates, Hannah Fitz and Daniel Tuomey, who have collaborated to present ‘Bored with a Hole’, an exhibition of sculptures, audio, video and images. The…

A Great Month for showcasing Irish Film – ‘The Young Offenders’ and ‘A Date for Mad Mary’ Reviews

A Great Month for showcasing Irish Film – ‘The Young Offenders’ and ‘A Date for Mad Mary’ Reviews

Great Irish comedies these days are few and far between.  However, this past month saw two incredibly funny Irish-produced films; ‘The Young Offenders’ and ‘A Date for Mad Mary’. ‘The…

Budget 2017

Budget 2017

Hazardous firework factory waste stalls St Teresa’s Garden renewal

Hazardous firework factory waste stalls St Teresa’s Garden renewal

St. Teresa’s garden had long been a symbol of decline in the inner city. After a saga which lasted almost a decade, saw proposal after proposal fall through and residents…

Operation Regeneration: some new developments in The Liberties

Operation Regeneration: some new developments in The Liberties

One the most historically important areas of Dublin, The Liberties has been left in the past in terms of development in recent years. However, following huge public outcry and years…

Business area improvement initiative has huge impact on Thomas Street

Business area improvement initiative has huge impact on Thomas Street

The footpaths on Thomas Street have been getting fixed up as part of the Business Area improvement Initiative, a scheme which has been in place for the last three years.…

Dublin celebrates 60th Anniversary of Europe’s oldest theatre festival

Dublin celebrates 60th Anniversary of Europe’s oldest theatre festival

The oldest theatre festival in Europe is taking place in Dublin this autumn for 18 days. Dublin Theatre Festival started on the 29th of September and runs to the 16th…

Experience the fear factor in Dublin this Halloween

Experience the fear factor in Dublin this Halloween

With Halloween only around the corner it’s time to start planning to make the most of the weekend. Dublin city offers a wide variety of spooky activities for all age…