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It’s none of your business COVID!

It’s none of your business COVID!

How has COVID-19 affected business in the liberties?  Covid-19 has affected many businesses throughout the year, but no sector has been hit harder than small local business in the retail and hospitality sector.  The news isn’t all bad however. We spoke to the…

Keeping the lights on

Keeping the lights on

Shopping local during Covid-19  Ireland has seen its first wave of small business closure due to Covid-19, and as times remain uncertain, those who survived are counting on community to make it through the…

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…

Brightspace not looking so bright for students 

Brightspace not looking so bright for students 

It is 2019, students freely walk the narrow corridors towards their module classes, before zoning out three-hour lectures to fantasise about the glorious pints and bants they had at the society social the night prior.  You know what they say,…

Women in election

Women in election

Women perform above average in GE2020 for Dublin South Central General Election 2020 marked a turning point for women in politics. For the first time ever, there was a female…

Muay Thai still going strong

Muay Thai still going strong

In 1999, Dublin’s ‘Origins Muay Thai’ club opened its doors for the first time. It was the first gym offering training in the combat sport Muay Thai to be opened…

Flores thunderbolt the highlight as an exciting season ensues

Flores thunderbolt the highlight as an exciting season ensues

It’s Shamrock Rovers who have surged to the top of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division after an enthralling opening set of fixtures. A first home win for Rovers against champions…

Updates on St. Patrick’s Day Festival

Updates on St. Patrick’s Day Festival

St Patrick’s Day is celebrated internationally every year on March 17th. People celebrate with parties, events and parades. However, this year due to the outbreak of coronavirus in Ireland, the…

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…

How International Women’s Day is celebrated in The Liberties

How International Women’s Day is celebrated in The Liberties

International Women’s Day globally celebrates the achievements women have made in social, economic and political aspects. This day has been celebrated for over a century and occurs every year on…

Meath Street’s hidden gem

Meath Street’s hidden gem

Tucked away in a little corner of Meath Street in the heart of the Liberties is Liberty Market. First opened in 1973, the banner suspended high above the unassuming entrance,…

How walking keeps tourism alive in the Liberties

How walking keeps tourism alive in the Liberties

Local Liberties Tours creating Local Liberties Employment Dublin as a capital possesses many attractions for visitors from across the water such as the famous Leprechaun Museum, Dublin Castle, Temple Bar…