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Pop-up walk-in Covid-19 test centres open

Pop-up walk-in Covid-19 test centres open

People without symptoms or close contacts can get tested until Wednesday in several areas where the virus has been active, including Grangegorman, Blanchardstown, Tallaght, Irishtown and Tullamore, Co.Offaly.   Covid-19 tests are available free to anyone over the age of 16 at a series of new drop-in centres that have been opened…

Mental health with Rory’s Stories

Mental health with Rory’s Stories

Irish internet personality Rory O’ Connor told a TU Dublin webinar why he works so hard to fight against addiction and promote suicide prevention. Rory O’ Connor, author of the bestselling book Rory’s Story, delivered a webinar this week to TU Dublin students earlier this week. It was aimed at tackling the stigmas surrounding addiction and…

Dublin’s anti-lockdown protests dwindle

Dublin’s anti-lockdown protests dwindle

The Liberty looks at where demonstrations against Covid measures have been occurring and hears from Dublin South-West TD John Lahart on the subject Three weeks after the controversial Grafton Street scenes in late February, there were reportedly 150 protesters demonstrating in Dublin on March 20th. They gathered at the Wellington Monument in Phoenix Park before heading toward the city centre.  Protestors…

St. Patrick’s Tower – a new exhibition space in the Digital Hub

St. Patrick’s Tower – a new exhibition space in the Digital Hub

St Patrick’s Tower, the distinctive bottle-shaped building near the Guinness Brewery on the grounds of the Digital Hub,…

Dublin taxi services still suffering a year into pandemic

Dublin taxi services still suffering a year into pandemic

Since March of 2020, the businesses of taxi drivers have suffered severely. There has been a 70% fall-off in…

Phibsboro: A community seeking climate-change improvements for everyone

Phibsboro: A community seeking climate-change improvements for everyone

The Northside neighbourhood was recently chosen to take part in a pilot project for community-based action that aims to…

New housing at Teresa’s Gardens moves ahead

New housing at Teresa’s Gardens moves ahead

On March 4th, the Land Development Agency (LDA) announced plans to develop new sustainable and affordable housing on the…

Mother and baby home survivor shares her views on the commission report

Mother and baby home survivor shares her views on the commission report

Valerie Dalton talks to The Liberty about the findings of the mother and baby home commission and her own hopes of…

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League of Ireland 2021: how will Dublin’s finest fare?

League of Ireland 2021: how will Dublin’s finest fare?

Can the Hoops retain the league, or will Bohs and Pats mount title charges?   Finishing 11 points clear of second-placed Bohemians, Stephen…

Is online shopping the new reality for retail?

Is online shopping the new reality for retail?

The pandemic has increased the demand for online shopping. Ailbhe Delargy, a seller on the Depop site for small-scale…

‘A slap in the face’ – reaction and aftermath of anti-lockdown protest in Dublin

‘A slap in the face’ – reaction and aftermath of anti-lockdown protest in Dublin

Local politicians tell The Liberty what they think of the extended lockdown and the recent controversial demonstration against…

Irish investor joining in controversial trades

Irish investor joining in controversial trades

The US stock market has been volatile as of late, with stocks such as GME, NAKD and AMC…

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