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Valentine’s Day in Dublin

Valentine’s Day in Dublin

Discover new ideas and things to do in the season of romance. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and whether you hate it or love it, here are some…

Dublin’s reopening rush

Dublin’s reopening rush

The lifting of Covid restrictions was a sigh of relief – but the suddenness of it caught some restaurants and pubs by surprise, Elio Bonelli reports  When An Taoiseach Micheál…

What are the benefits of the new Civic Dollars scheme?

What are the benefits of the new Civic Dollars scheme?

An app that ‘pays’ you for going to the park? The Liberty hears about the social-credit programme being piloted in Dublin 8.  A new pilot scheme, Civic Dollars, aims to reward park-goers in a unique…

Rain boxes making a splash in Stoneybatter

Rain boxes making a splash in Stoneybatter

Wouldn’t it be great to let rain water run somewhere besides into an overburdened urban system? A scheme based in the north inner city offers one small-scale solution. Tucked away on…

New HIIT has hit Dublin

New HIIT has hit Dublin

The owner of F45 Grangegorman studio talks to The Liberty about being the new kid on the gym block, F45 Training, HIIT and staying in shape.  F45 provides a new…

Recycle Christmas Trees for free

Recycle Christmas Trees for free

The Liberty learns about recycling live Christmas trees for free at various locations throughout Dublin. Christmas is just around the corner, with shining decorations across Dublin City and the Dublin Winter Lights illuminating 21 iconic…

Toy shortages leading up to Christmas likely

Toy shortages leading up to Christmas likely

With Christmas around the corner and issues in the global supply chain, The Liberty zooms in on a local toy store to hear about possible toy problems. “There is a supply mess with the…

The Tale of the Liberty Soup Run

The Tale of the Liberty Soup Run

He overcame challenges and is now giving back to the community – Christopher O’Reilly, co-founder of the Liberty Soup Run, speaks to The Liberty. “It was 20 years of madness,”…

Filippo Fusco of Fusco’s chipper: ‘If I have to fight, I fight’

Filippo Fusco of Fusco’s chipper: ‘If I have to fight, I fight’

The Liberty sat down with Filippo Fusco, owner of Fusco’s famous fish and chip shop on Meath Street, to hear about his life as a champion kickboxer and successful business owner in…

Kale+Coco – a hint of the Tropics

Kale+Coco – a hint of the Tropics

The owner of Grangegorman veggie cafe Kale + Coco talks to The Liberty about how she started the business, what she sees as upcoming food trends – and the Christmas menu!    There has been a change in…

Little Flower keeps its meals on wheels

Little Flower keeps its meals on wheels

As society slowly reopens, Meath Street’s famous ‘penny dinners’ are not yet available to eat in the dining rooms. Before Covid-19, Little Flower Penny Dinners would always draw a steady…

Popular toastie spot aims to make Thomas Street ‘home’

Popular toastie spot aims to make Thomas Street ‘home’

In March 2021, bar managers Jack Brennan and Jacob Long were furloughed from their jobs. While Covid shut down businesses all over Ireland, a new one began in Malahide, Co Dublin.  …