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“Hunger has got to be there” insists O’Brien

“Hunger has got to be there” insists O’Brien

Last years League of Ireland winning captain chats about all things football, from last year's title success, this season's early struggles and his future.…

20 year-old St James Gaels looks towards the future

20 year-old St James Gaels looks towards the future

A look at the history of local LIberties GAA club St James Gaels with founding member Eoin Darcy on the club's 20th anniversary.…

Timepiece Antique Clocks brings horology to Dublin 8

Timepiece Antique Clocks brings horology to Dublin 8

Horology is a trade not often heard about in the 21st century but it is the study of mechanical timekeeping devices; clocks to you and me.…

A sit down with Ireland’s latest silver screen star, Domhnall Gleeson

A sit down with Ireland’s latest silver screen star, Domhnall Gleeson

Star of the upcoming Star Wars movie and About Time, amongst other things, Domhnall Gleeson sits down to chat cinema and his career with the Liberty…

Francis Street businesses demand change

Francis Street businesses demand change

The business people on Francis Street have their say on how they would like their area to be developed…

Red light cameras to halt Luas light breakers

Red light cameras to halt Luas light breakers

A camera system aimed at preventing motorists breaking red lights at Luas Lines is to be introduced by the end of the year.…

Pats v Rovers derby preview

Pats v Rovers derby preview

A look ahead to St Pats' biggest game of the season as they take on rivals Shamrock Rovers at Richmond Park…

Computer Club educating the Liberties

Computer Club educating the Liberties

Evan Moore gives a tour of the Network Computer Club's work with inner-city children.…

Planning permission on hold for Dublin Whiskey Company

Planning permission on hold for Dublin Whiskey Company

Dublin Whiskey Company (DWC) will have to make a number of revisions to its Mill Street development to secure planning permission for its new distillery…

A taste of Japan comes to the Light House

A taste of Japan comes to the Light House

The Light House cinema is set to host Ireland's sixth annual Japanese Film Festival in association with the Japanese Embassy from April 8th to April 17th…

Fingal say no to Dublin Mayor

Fingal say no to Dublin Mayor

Fingal’s County Council vetoed plans to directly elect a mayor for the Dublin region by dismissing a plebiscite on the issue which was to be held on the 23…

Government to tackle childhood obesity with ‘no fry zones’

Government to tackle childhood obesity with ‘no fry zones’

The Irish is attempting to tackle childhood obesity by implementing 'no fry zones' across the country…