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Smithfield’s ‘Winter lights’ goes green while supporting frontline workers

Smithfield’s ‘Winter lights’ goes green while supporting frontline workers

 Dublin City Council announces the return of the extremely popular ‘Winter Lights’ for the third year in a row while consuming less energy in the new eco-friendly project.  “Dublin is always a special place at…

The future of green space in D8

The future of green space in D8

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has launched a project called Mapping Green Dublin (MGD) to see what can be done about the lack of green space in the Dublin 8 area.   According…

Who says students can’t live in style

An Bord Pleanála greenlit 368 student bed spaces in the Liberties that promise to be a more high-end accommodation for students. Summix FRC Developments Ltd is the company that will…

What do you meme: General Election 2020 edition

What do you meme: General Election 2020 edition

Memes we will remember By Katie Ward Online culture has monumentally changed politics. Social media has the capacity to reach out to the youth and give them quizzes about who…

Love D8: Celebrating all things Dublin 8

Love D8: Celebrating all things Dublin 8

By: Shay Galon This year marks the second year in a row of the Love D8 Community Fair. Taking place in St Catherine’s Church on Thomas Street this Saturday between…

The Liber8 Music Project Class of 2019 Graduate at The Digital Hub

The Liber8 Music Project Class of 2019 Graduate at The Digital Hub

Two weeks ago, a showcase event was held for the graduating class of 2019 for ‘The Liber8 Music Project’. The event saw the participants from this year’s programme perform live…

Latest Student Housing Development Causes Concern

Local residents and politicians have raised concerns after the latest student accommodation development secured planning approval in the Liberties. An Bord Pleanála approved plans under new fast track planning laws…

Improvements at the Cabbage Patch Park

Improvements at the Cabbage Patch Park

Development is well underway at the Cabbage Patch Park off Kevin Street in The Liberties and a number of events have taken place to improve the area. These included a…

Liberty Locals welcome renovation for the homeless

Liberty Locals welcome renovation for the homeless

Liberty locals have responded positively to the announcement of plans to build eight apartments on New Street South to house homeless people. The project is being funded by the Peter…

Annual Darkness into Light Walk returns this May

Annual Darkness into Light Walk returns this May

The annual Darkness into Light walk for mental health and suicide prevention charity Pieta House will take place on Saturday the 11th of May at 4:15am. The walk will take…

50 years of Little Folk

50 years of Little Folk

Children’s clothing shop Little Folk is celebrating its 50th year supplying Communion outfits to the people of the Liberties. Located on Meath Street, the shop opened up in October 1968,…

A tough start to the year for Dublin’s rough sleepers

A tough start to the year for Dublin’s rough sleepers

We are almost three months through 2019 now and everyone is getting back into their regular routines after the hectic Christmas period. However, for some it is much harder for…