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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…

‘We should be building all the public homes that we can and not selling public lands’: CATU Ireland protests at City Hall 

‘We should be building all the public homes that we can and not selling public lands’: CATU Ireland protests at City Hall 

Community Action Tenants Union (CATU) Inchicore Kilmainham have been protesting at City Hall against the Dublin City Council’s plan to allow a private landlord to develop 91 units at St…

We LOVE Markets

We LOVE Markets

A new monthly market has come to the Liberties. Taking place once a month under St Thomas’ Tower, the new market run by the Digital Hub will appear once a…

Global climate strike returns to Dublin

Global climate strike returns to Dublin

Youth activists took to the streets of Dublin demanding immediate climate action Hundreds of people gathered for climate protests across the country in late March as part of a global…

Street artists fight to keep their art on the walls of Dublin

Street artists fight to keep their art on the walls of Dublin

The artists of Subset are determined to end the longstanding argument regarding public art and planning permission. After several disputes over the last ten years, Dublin City Council is now…

Stoneybatter residents sweep the streets

Stoneybatter residents sweep the streets

Dublin City Council is encouraging local residents across the city to take part in community clean-ups – and ‘Stoneybatter Pride of Place’ has joined in, gathering on a Saturday morning…

Union fights for tenants in Phibsboro

Union fights for tenants in Phibsboro

A ‘No Evictions’ protest organised by the Community Action Tenants Union (CATU) took place last Monday afternoon after tenants in Phibsboro were threatened with eviction. The lunchtime protest was held…

Nitelink – Dublin’s night bus returns

Nitelink – Dublin’s night bus returns

The return of Dublin’s night bus sparks a conversation on the value of accessible public transportation and if there is a need for a better service. Local Councillor Declan Meenagh…

The Liberties’ ancient library is bringing schoolchildren in again 

The Liberties’ ancient library is bringing schoolchildren in again 

Marsh’s Library has opened for in-person visits, with activities and workshops to engage younger audiences in its history and founder.  “It’s been tough obviously – we’ve all been in the same boat…

Pop up vaccination centre on city campuses prove a success

Pop up vaccination centre on city campuses prove a success

TU Dublin’s campus was among the fifteen colleges nationwide that were chosen for pop up vaccination centres, the Liberty explored the effect of this on students. Following an announcement by…

St. Patrick’s Tower – a new exhibition space in the Digital Hub

St. Patrick’s Tower – a new exhibition space in the Digital Hub

St Patrick’s Tower, the distinctive bottle-shaped building near the Guinness Brewery on the grounds of the Digital Hub, is to be upgraded and renovated under plans submitted in December and…

Dublin taxi services still suffering a year into pandemic

Dublin taxi services still suffering a year into pandemic

Since March of 2020, the businesses of taxi drivers have suffered severely. There has been a 70% fall-off in the demand for taxis, while many drivers may go days without receiving…

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