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‘How can we make this a city for us all?’

‘How can we make this a city for us all?’

By Ella Lynch Do you have a passion for Dublin and an interest in being one of the leaders that shape its future? A global non-profit is inviting young people to…

Dublin’s biggest chatterboxes are Talking Bollox

Dublin’s biggest chatterboxes are Talking Bollox

From starting the conversation at a kitchen table in 2020 to becoming the voices of a community in the heart of Dublin’s inner city, lads Calvin O’Brien and Terence Power…

Digital Hub continues to operate

Digital Hub continues to operate

Last year the Government announced that the Digital Hub Development Authority is being wound down and its ‘campus’ redeveloped – but while those plans are being worked out, it’s still…

A look inside the Trinity Ball with Plantain Papi 

A look inside the Trinity Ball with Plantain Papi 

The first Trinity Ball since 2019 took place on Friday, April 22nd, and was undoubtedly welcomed back by Dublin’s college students. Perceived as one of the biggest private parties in…

The Masonry – flexible workspace blooms in the former seed and grain warehouse

The Masonry – flexible workspace blooms in the former seed and grain warehouse

There is a curious building on Thomas Street in the Liberties called ‘The Masonry’, which is shrouded in mystery and without any obvious signage as to what lies inside.  The…

Dublin’s road to a cycle friendly city

Dublin’s road to a cycle friendly city

What is Dublin City Council doing to encourage more people to commute by bike and reducing the dangers while cycling throughout the city centre? Research from 2019 in the ‘Bike…

What drives the cost of fuel up?

What drives the cost of fuel up?

Exactly why are we feeling the pinch in our pockets at the petrol pumps? Nowadays, everybody has seen the price of fuel shoot right up. Prices for this commodity have…

Plants grow in the new vegan restaurants of Dublin 7

Plants grow in the new vegan restaurants of Dublin 7

There has been a noticeable growth in the popularity of the vegan diet worldwide in recent years. Ireland has been a bit slow to catch on, but new spots around Stoneybatter…

Dublin’s reopening rush

Dublin’s reopening rush

The lifting of Covid restrictions was a sigh of relief – but the suddenness of it caught some restaurants and pubs by surprise, Elio Bonelli reports  When An Taoiseach Micheál…

What are the benefits of the new Civic Dollars scheme?

What are the benefits of the new Civic Dollars scheme?

An app that ‘pays’ you for going to the park? The Liberty hears about the social-credit programme being piloted in Dublin 8.  A new pilot scheme, Civic Dollars, aims to reward park-goers in a unique…

Recycle Christmas Trees for free

Recycle Christmas Trees for free

The Liberty learns about recycling live Christmas trees for free at various locations throughout Dublin. Christmas is just around the corner, with shining decorations across Dublin City and the Dublin Winter Lights illuminating 21 iconic…

The Tale of the Liberty Soup Run

The Tale of the Liberty Soup Run

He overcame challenges and is now giving back to the community – Christopher O’Reilly, co-founder of the Liberty Soup Run, speaks to The Liberty. “It was 20 years of madness,”…

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