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Tramyard Exchange project moves into Phase 2

Tramyard Exchange project moves into Phase 2

New apartments being built on Meath Street Phase two of the Tramyard Exchange project by Salamisso Developments is currently under way on the corner of Meath Street and Carman’s Hall. …

Hen’s Teeth Christmas Bazaar brings sustainable and creative gifts to Dublin 8

Hen’s Teeth Christmas Bazaar brings sustainable and creative gifts to Dublin 8

Hen’s Teeth gallery’s christmas event Hen’s Teeth gallery are starting off their first festive season in their new Fumbally premises in style, with a Christmas Bazaar event taking place over…

Future of O’Devaney Gardens still unclear

Future of O’Devaney Gardens still unclear

update on O’Devaney Gardens One of the most controversial housing topics of the year, the future of O’Devaney Gardens, is still up in the air despite multiple votes regarding the…

Dublin’s most haunted spots

Dublin’s most haunted spots

Dublin is home to a great deal of “haunted”, spooky places, but which ones should you visit this Halloween? We spoke to Dublin City Council South Central area’s Historian in…

Legal issues keeping Iveagh Market off derelict register

Legal issues keeping Iveagh Market off derelict register

Despite the Iveagh Market buildings having been left in disrepair for years, Dublin City Council have said that due to “legal issues relating to ownership of the buildings”, they are…

Hen’s Teeth is bringing colour back to Dublin 8

Hen’s Teeth is bringing colour back to Dublin 8

As we see places like the Tivoli and the Bernard Shaw leaving southwest Dublin, it’s easy to think that the culture we know and love from the area is slowly…

Locals object to Dublin 8 makeover

Locals object to Dublin 8 makeover

Local residents are opposed to the “docklands style” makeover set to happen in the Liberties, according to People Before Profit (PBP) councillor Tina MacVeigh. It was reported earlier this year…

Your guide to Culture Night in the Liberties

Your guide to Culture Night in the Liberties

Culture Night has been a staple of the Irish calendar ever since its launch in 2006, and remains one of the busiest nights of the year. It grew from a…

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…

Reviving Gaeilge in Four Provinces pub.

Reviving Gaeilge in Four Provinces pub.

Four Provinces Brewery started six years ago, in the house of brewer Aindriú Ó Murchú. Back then Aindriú, together with his friend, Feargal Chambers decided to start a company. Four…

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’,…

Shopfront improvement scheme is ‘too small’

Shopfront improvement scheme is ‘too small’

Dublin City Council’s South Central Area office is now inviting applications under the Shopfront Improvement Scheme for 2019. The scheme, which has operated for the past four years under the…