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14th annual Liberties Fun Run moves to September

14th annual Liberties Fun Run moves to September

The Liberties annual Fun Run for St James’s Hospital Foundation – traditionally held on a Wednesday in July – will take place on Sunday, September 4th at 10am, starting at…

Exploring what’s on your doorstep: Culture Date with Dublin 8

Exploring what’s on your doorstep: Culture Date with Dublin 8

‘Culture Date with Dublin 8’ is set to take place on 14th and 15th of May this year with events, tours, workshops, and activities planned for across the district. Culture…

Remembering the tenements

Remembering the tenements

Tenement Dublin is an element of recent Irish history that is often forgotten or overlooked. Many of the houses that were previously tenement buildings – if they are not demolished…

Stoneybatter restaurant is a tasting treat

Stoneybatter restaurant is a tasting treat

Events where diners can taste their way through the menu are in high demand – with tickets selling out in minutes Events are back with a bang in D7 as…

New flea market comes monthly to Grangegorman

New flea market comes monthly to Grangegorman

The brand new Le Zeitgeist Flea Market started last Sunday in a school near Stoneybatter.  It was the first of a series of flea markets set to take place monthly…

Reopening celebrated in Stoneybatter mural

Reopening celebrated in Stoneybatter mural

French artist Juliette Viode has painted a new mural in Stoneybatter to celebrate the reopening of the city. The process for the mural began with an open call from Dublin…

Dublin ‘lights up’ for Christmas using eco-friendly generators

Dublin ‘lights up’ for Christmas using eco-friendly generators

Dublin City Council has made the Liberties one of the locations for the ‘Dublin’s Winter Lights’ project.  Twenty-one locations over two walking trails will be decorated with projections and lighting displays.  This…

Views around TU Dublin’s new campus

Views around TU Dublin’s new campus

What was once a psychiatric hospital with thousands of patients is now Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), full students. The university’s new campus will accommodate around 10,000 students, according to…

Iveagh Markets’ roof is ‘close to collapse’     

Iveagh Markets’ roof is ‘close to collapse’     

The Iveagh Markets are in ‘urgent need’ of repair, according to the Liberties Cultural Association.    “If something is not done in the next few months, the roof could collapse in…

Blackpitt’s mosque granted planning permission for redevelopment

Blackpitt’s mosque granted planning permission for redevelopment

Blackpitts Mosque near Warrenmount Primary School has been granted planning permission to redevelop its existing site despite an appeal from the school.  The existing mosque sits in an old warehouse and…

Broadstone barren of bins 

Broadstone barren of bins 

Residents of the Broadstone area around Constitution Hill are unhappy with the rubbish gathering around the entrance to TU Dublin’s East Quad campus.   “This area is under the management of Dublin City Council…

‘I don’t feel safe walking home at night’ – the reality of ‘luxury’ student accommodation

‘I don’t feel safe walking home at night’ – the reality of ‘luxury’ student accommodation

With the shortage in student accommodation reaching boiling point, many students have had to settle for pricy rooms and apartments from businesses such as ‘Aparto Student’ rather than sleeping on couches and staying…

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