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What Bus Connects Draft Report Means For D8

Bus Connects has just published a draft report that will affect the flow of public transport traffic through Cork Street, Patrick Street and up to Christchurch Cathedral in the heart of The Liberties.  The section of the report that covers the Dublin 8 area…

No Stopping Christmas Shopping

No Stopping Christmas Shopping

With Christmas time just around the corner, shoppers have been eager to know what’s going to happen when the country is out of level 5 restrictions.  What shops will be open?…

Ireland’s poor form continues against Wales

Ireland’s poor form continues against Wales

Ireland’s woeful run of form continued with a 1-0 loss against UEFA Nations League opponent’s Wales in Cardiff on Sunday night.  This means Ireland have now failed to score in…

Season review: St Pats

Season review: St Pats

With the League of Ireland (LOI) season wrapped up, Saint Patrick’s Athletic (St Pats) who had ambitions of taking a spot in the top four, finished in sixth place.   Missing European football has become a regular occurrence for St Pats…

Becoming a tour guide with Dublinia

Becoming a tour guide with Dublinia

Bored during this second lockdown? Looking for something to keep you occupied while staying inside? Why not make the most of this time to take part in a course that could help…

€19 million investment into ‘Liberties Creative Campus’

€19 million investment into ‘Liberties Creative Campus’

Dublin City Council are to carry out a feasibility study into ambitious plans for a €19 million ‘creative campus’ in the Liberties area of the city. These proposals are part of an Urban Regeneration and Development Fund…

Student Contribution Puts Pressure On Families

Student Contribution Puts Pressure On Families

Ireland once took pride in providing free third-level education – unlike across the pond in the United States, where, unless you are lucky enough to come from a wealthy family, or are awarded a scholarship,…

Smithfield’s ‘Winter lights’ goes green while supporting frontline workers

Smithfield’s ‘Winter lights’ goes green while supporting frontline workers

 Dublin City Council announces the return of the extremely popular ‘Winter Lights’ for the third year in a row while consuming less energy in the new eco-friendly project.  “Dublin is always a special place at…

Add ‘Irish’ to your cart

Add ‘Irish’ to your cart

Now more than ever it is so important to implement the shop local, shop Irish mindset. Supporting small Irish businesses is something that can be done in many ways and…

The Dog on the Dockside

The Dog on the Dockside

A street artist whose work has appeared across Dublin – including graffiti-filled Liberty Lane off Kevin Street – has won new accolades for his latest mural of the President’s dead dog. …

Cancelled exhibition and being an artist during a pandemic with Neil Dunne

Cancelled exhibition and being an artist during a pandemic with Neil Dunne

“Expanded print practise” is how Neil Dunne, a Liberties-born and raised artist would define his art.  He started silk-screen printing while studying in NCAD (National College of Art and Design) where he obtained both his…

Artists Turn Dublin into Canvas

Artists Turn Dublin into Canvas

Dublin Canvas is a county-wide art project whose aim is to bring flashes of colour and creativity to everyday objects across Dublin.   Dull traffic signal boxes  have been  transformed into colourful curiosities, brightening…