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New park coming soon to the Liberties

New park coming soon to the Liberties

  The Liberties area of Dublin is set for a green facelift with a new park to be built in the city next year. Weaver Park, as it will be…

Get out those running shoes, the Dublin Marathon is coming

Get out those running shoes, the Dublin Marathon is coming

The Dublin Marathon will take place on the upcoming Bank Holiday Monday, October 26 and will cover parts of the Liberties. The event, whose main sponsor is SSE Airtricity, was…

Bad news for Irish universities in world rankings

Bad news for Irish universities in world rankings

            Source: National Development Finance Agency In the latest QS World University rankings Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has fallen from between 551-600th in 2014 to…

Dublin welcomes new weekly paper

Dublin welcomes new weekly paper

A new city based paper is to be launched in Dublin, with the online version to go live this June and the print edition to be released next year. The…

The George: From refuge to beacon

The George: From refuge to beacon

The George Bar, located on George’s Street, is one of the oldest and most popular gay bars in the city. It was established in 1985, 8 years before the passing…

‘Darkness into Light’ set to be Pieta’s largest event

‘Darkness into Light’ set to be Pieta’s largest event

Darkness into Light 2015, organised by Pieta House, is set to be their biggest event since it was launched in Phoenix Park, Dublin in 2009. It celebrates its seventh year…

Homelessness on rise as rent payments stall

Homelessness on rise as rent payments stall

The government’s failure to adequately increase rent allowances has contributed to a sharp rise in homelessness, a report has revealed. According to statistics released by the Simon Community, the end…

Poll shows Liberties saying Yes to marriage equality

Poll shows Liberties saying Yes to marriage equality

Residents of Dublin’s South Central constituency – including the Liberties – have voiced their overwhelming support for marriage equality, a recent poll has shown. Results of the poll, conducted by…

Dragon refurbished as new restaurant Soder and Ko

Dragon refurbished as new restaurant Soder and Ko

                           Soder and Ko, sourced by Ingrid Alexandra The well-known gay bar, Dragon on South Great Georges Street…

NCAD Student Union Launches Formal Action

NCAD Student Union Launches Formal Action

                            NCAD Sit in – Thomas street – Credit NCAD Student Action Students in NCAD have launched…

Kevin Street Garda Station Expansion

Kevin Street Garda Station Expansion

                 The plans for Kevin Street Cross Section,  Sourced by Dept of Justice. Construction on a new Garda Headquarters to replace Kevin Street Garda…

Teachers in the Liberties go on strike

Teachers in the Liberties go on strike

Secondary school teachers around the Liberties took part in a one day strike yesterday over proposed reforms to the Junior Certificate exams. Teachers in St. Patricks Grammar School, Synge Street…