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University’s planned Grangegorman move leaves students unsettled in crisis

TU Dublin has plans to have more than 10,000 students on its Grangegorman campus on Dublin’s Northside next September – but many of them are scheduled to be in buildings…

At the heart of the community, SICCDA awaits return to normality

At the heart of the community, SICCDA awaits return to normality

A COMMUNITY-BASED development association in the heart of the Liberties is striving to provide a range of services despite the shutdown. The South Inner City Community Development Association (SICCDA) is…

Updates on St. Patrick’s Day Festival

Updates on St. Patrick’s Day Festival

St Patrick’s Day is celebrated internationally every year on March 17th. People celebrate with parties, events and parades. However, this year due to the outbreak of coronavirus in Ireland, the…

Who says students can’t live in style

An Bord Pleanála greenlit 368 student bed spaces in the Liberties that promise to be a more high-end accommodation for students. Summix FRC Developments Ltd is the company that will…

New protocols for construction sites to be developed by residents committee

New protocols for construction sites to be developed by residents committee

The National Children’s Hospital residents monitoring committee are currently in the process of developing a set of protocols for construction projects in Dublin’s city centre. The committee, which was established…

Future of O’Devaney Gardens still unclear

Future of O’Devaney Gardens still unclear

update on O’Devaney Gardens One of the most controversial housing topics of the year, the future of O’Devaney Gardens, is still up in the air despite multiple votes regarding the…

Is there space for trees on Dublin 8 streets?

Is there space for trees on Dublin 8 streets?

Trees Often hidden among the red-brick buildings and the cream and rust flats, sparse patches of grass and trees decorate the Liberties.  However, due to the density of building in…

The Great Gay Byrne

The Great Gay Byrne

Arguably the greatest Irish broadcaster of all time passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer last month. Gabriel Mary Byrne (85) was born in Dublin. He grew up in…

Local tenants evicted by landlords

Local tenants evicted by landlords

There is an apartment building on South Richmond Street, opposite what is now the former well known Liberties pub, the Bernard Shaw, that appears abandoned. Not many come in or…

Rejected injection centre means addiction services neglected

Rejected injection centre means addiction services neglected

In late July, the news broke that the first proposed Medically Supervised Injection Facility in the country was rejected by Dublin City Council. The centre was planned for the basement…

Latest Student Housing Development Causes Concern

Local residents and politicians have raised concerns after the latest student accommodation development secured planning approval in the Liberties. An Bord Pleanála approved plans under new fast track planning laws…

Improvements at the Cabbage Patch Park

Improvements at the Cabbage Patch Park

Development is well underway at the Cabbage Patch Park off Kevin Street in The Liberties and a number of events have taken place to improve the area. These included a…

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