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Ireland looking forward to u19’s European Championship

The Republic of Ireland Under-19s are hoping to continue their fine form shown in the elite qualifying campaign right into the European Championship finals this summer. Ireland were the first…

Football Championship 2019 Preview

As we enter summer 2019 our attentions turn to the Football Championship and we ask ourselves a few questions. Will Dublin get their historic five in a row or will…

Griffith College sponsor Kevin’s GAA

Griffith College sponsor Kevin’s GAA

Griffith College have announced its sponsorship of one of the oldest GAA clubs in Dublin. Griffith College will sponsor the Kevin’s GAA club’s camogie team for the 2019 Feile na…

Experience a taste of Italy in the Liberties

Experience a taste of Italy in the Liberties

Two brand new and exciting eateries have opened their doors on Thomas Street, each offering a stylish and contemporary option for dining in the Liberties. Proof, one of the newly…

The winner of ONE4ALL Design Competition announced

The winner of ONE4ALL Design Competition announced

The annual One4All ‘Design a Gift Card Competition’ gives contestants the chance to have their designs featured in shops across the country. This year’s winner was recently announced as Aisling…

Growing the Liberties

Growing the Liberties

Located in the heart of the Liberties, the National College of Art and Design’s (NCAD) community garden has proved to be an excellent space for the students and locals gatherings.…

Your guide to the Liberties Festival 2019

The Liberties Festival first started in 1970, making it one of Ireland’s oldest festivals. This summer the event marks its 49th year. The festivities will take part in a period…

Temporality and time in Nowhere without no(w)

Temporality and time in Nowhere without no(w)

‘Nowhere without no(w)’ by Irish artists Walker and Walker allows brother artists, Joe and Pat Walker, to explore time, space temporality and its relationship with language and poetry. “How language…

Reviving Gaeilge in Four Provinces pub.

Reviving Gaeilge in Four Provinces pub.

Four Provinces Brewery started six years ago, in the house of brewer Aindriú Ó Murchú. Back then Aindriú, together with his friend, Feargal Chambers decided to start a company. Four…

Another name added to the famous Liberties distilleries.

Another name added to the famous Liberties distilleries.

Ireland’s latest craft distillery, based on Old Mill Street in the Liberties has finally opened its doors. The €10 million Dublin Liberties Distillery is in full operation and ready for…

‘Containing’ Dublin’s empty spaces

‘Containing’ Dublin’s empty spaces

‘Container Coffee’, created by Gordon Hickey, sits comfortably beside the Digital Hub with the Saint Patrick’s Tower as a backdrop to this bright blue coffee shop. It is unmissable to…

The Liberties’ connection with the Camino.

The Liberties’ connection with the Camino.

People from across the world travel to Spain to undertake the Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage to the shrine of St. James. Some take the route through France, some through…