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Longer Luas Trams introduced to aid overcrowding

Longer Luas Trams introduced to aid overcrowding

Transdev Ireland have introduced new longer LUAS trams in an effort to combat overcrowding on the network. Overcrowding on the LUAS network has become a sizable problem, as commuters have…

The famous Waltons music shop is now closed

The famous Waltons music shop is now closed

The famous music shop Waltons shut its doors on the 12th February. Located in the heart of Dublin for more than 90 years, the shop is now moving all its…

Winter Games 2018 : Ireland returned empty-handed from South Korea

Winter Games 2018 : Ireland returned empty-handed from South Korea

After two weeks of competitions in South Korea – from February 9th to 25th – the 2018 Winter Olympics have kept all their promises. If Norway is the big winner…

The Iveagh Markets

The Iveagh Markets

The Iveagh Markets property located on Francis Street in the Liberties has seen better days. The once thriving hub of trade and community is now standing on its last legs.…

Dry Days

Dry Days

After a 91-year-old ‘ban’ on drinking in pubs on this particular day, the Good Friday tradition was lifted after legislation in the Dail passed in January. The Intoxicating Liqour Bill,…

New Garda Headquarters

New Garda Headquarters

A new Garda building is nearly finished in the historic Kevin Street area of Dublin. The station will consist of a 6,840 square metre divisional HQ, with a 5,400 square metre…

Newmarket Square plans up in the air

Newmarket Square plans up in the air

The Liberties’ Newmarket Square is set to undergo a major redevelopment. Last years plans were revealed for the construction of the new offices and apartments. However, recently they have hit…

‘Give us less Hotels and more Houses’

‘Give us less Hotels and more Houses’

Dublin 8 has seen a spike in hotel and student developments despite representing a disproportionate amount of the housing waiting list.   The Liberty has learned that Dublin 8 equates…

Wetherspoons for Camden

Wetherspoons for Camden

The popular British pub and hotel chain, J.D Wetherspoons, is to begin development of their new premises on Camden street in February 2018, according to new information obtained by journalists…

Newmarket Square and Tenter’s sees surge of redevelopment

Newmarket Square and Tenter’s sees surge of redevelopment

Newmarket square and the Tenters has seen a surge in planning applications as of late. The Newmarket area is set for 92 residential units, a hotel of nearly 8,000 square…

Housing shortage in The Liberties

Housing shortage in The Liberties

By Jack Maguire Homelessness is a rising problem in the Liberties and Dublin in particular, with no sign of any solution since the census results were released in August.  …

Weaver Park official unveiling

Weaver Park official unveiling

Weaver Park on Cork Street was officially unveiled this week by Dublin’s Lord Mayor Micheal Mac Donncha – some weeks after local people starting using it.   Around 60 people…

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