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Competitors eye HMV’s return to Grafton Street

Competitors eye HMV’s return to Grafton Street

The return of HMV to Grafton Street may be good for punters but it alos has an affect on other music retailers in the area…

Ghost estates: an Irish epidemic

Ghost estates: an Irish epidemic

The Liberty takes a look at the ghost estates epidemic.…

Ireland participates in Global Drugs Survey

Ireland participates in Global Drugs Survey

For the first time ever, Ireland is to be featured in the Global Drugs Survey…

Markets emerge, mix, mingle and migrate

Markets emerge, mix, mingle and migrate

The Ferocious Mingle Market has left Thomas Street and relocated to Camden Street, but no sooner has it done so than a new market has sprung up in its place.…

Judge: “His case is going to need to be good otherwise he’s going to jail”

Judge: “His case is going to need to be good otherwise he’s going to jail”

James Delaney, from 54 Healy Terrace, Ballina, County Mayo appeared in court on charges of breaking into the underground car park attached to Earl’s Court on Reuben Street.…

Teachers worried over Junior Cert changes

Teachers worried over Junior Cert changes

Proposed changes to the Junior Cert system have raised concerns amongst the teachers' unions in Ireland.…

Public transport price hikes bite

Public transport price hikes bite

Public transport prices have increased again for services including Bus Éireann, Dublin Bus, Iarnród Éireann and the Luas…

Ming’s cannabis legislation up in smoke

Ming’s cannabis legislation up in smoke

Luke 'Ming' Flanagan's bill to legalise the use of cannabis defeated by the Dail…

Taoiseach backs same sex marriage for 2015 referendum

Taoiseach backs same sex marriage for 2015 referendum

The Government has announced its intention to hold a referendum on the legalisation of gay marriage in 2015.…

Former Anglo secretary pleads ‘not guilty’ to revenue offences

Former Anglo secretary pleads ‘not guilty’ to revenue offences

The former Anglo Irish Bank executive, Bernard Daly from Collins Avenue West, appeared before Judge O’Donnell in the Dublin District Court after he was arrested on Chancery Street at 1pm…

Aoibheann’s Pink Tie releases Christmas charity single

Aoibheann’s Pink Tie releases Christmas charity single

Cancer support charity Aoibheann’s Pink Tie, which featured on the Secret Millionaire in September, has released a charity single, to raise money for families of children with cancer.…

The Tivoli Theatre presents Jack and the Beanstalk panto

The Tivoli Theatre presents Jack and the Beanstalk panto

The Cheerios Panto returns to the Tivoli Theatre this year, with what producers say will be its best show yet…