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Markets emerge, mix, mingle and migrate

Markets emerge, mix, mingle and migrate

The Ferocious Mingle Market has left Thomas Street and relocated to Camden Street, but no sooner has it done so than a new market has sprung up in its place.…

St Catherine’s Church due to reopen in time for Christmas

St Catherine’s Church due to reopen in time for Christmas

St Catherine's Church on Meath Street is scheduled to reopen on Sunday 15th December…

St Catherine’s Church to reopen in November

St Catherine’s Church to reopen in November

St Catherine’s Church on Meath Street is set to open its doors again soon, nearly two years after the disastrous fire which destroyed much of its interior in January 2011. Restoration…

Successful Thomas Street Ambassador Programme draws to a close

Successful Thomas Street Ambassador Programme draws to a close

The Thomas Street Ambassador Programme drew to a close on Saturday September 28th and early indications deem it to have been a huge success. The programme was part of a…

The Liberties, home to both the old and the new

The Liberties, home to both the old and the new

The Liberties is home to thousands of people, from long-time residents to many new-comers.…

FAI Player Watch – Jonathan Walters

FAI Player Watch – Jonathan Walters

In his latest piece, our regular columnist Cathal Kearney looks at one of the mainstays in Stoke’s starting XI, Ireland’s Jonathan Walters. …

Dublin’s enduring horse and carriage tradition

Dublin’s enduring horse and carriage tradition

The carriage trade is a stable attraction in Dublin’s tourism industry, but is it becoming threatened by the city’s move towards modernity?…

Budgetary measures for the Gardaí

Budgetary measures for the Gardaí

Gardaí refuse to engage in talks with the Government over proposed cuts to the public sector.…

Thousands march at austerity protest despite debt deal

Thousands march at austerity protest despite debt deal

An austerity march held last Saturday kick started in the Liberties with those taking part gathering at Winetavern and Cook Street, situated near Christchurch Cathedral...…