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Ukrainian opera star sings at St Patrick’s Cathedral 

Ukrainian opera star sings at St Patrick’s Cathedral 

Ukraine’s very own ‘Lady Opera’ took to the altar to give a powerful vocal performance for Dublin residents A concert in support of Ukraine was held at St Patrick’s Cathedral…

Camogie star Jody Couch reflects on her Purcell cup victory

Camogie star Jody Couch reflects on her Purcell cup victory

Purcell all-star Jody Couch shares her experience on winning this year’s Purcell cup TU Dublin’s senior camogie team were victorious in the Purcell cup final defeating NUIG by 12 points…

McQuaid comes to the aid of Ukrainians – as shop appeals for unwanted bikes

McQuaid comes to the aid of Ukrainians – as shop appeals for unwanted bikes

A bike shop on Dublin’s quays is looking for old bikes to repair and donate to Ukrainian refugees who have fled to the city.   According to figures from the Department…

Global climate strike returns to Dublin

Global climate strike returns to Dublin

Youth activists took to the streets of Dublin demanding immediate climate action Hundreds of people gathered for climate protests across the country in late March as part of a global…

Student assaulted by a group of teenagers in Grangegorman area

Student assaulted by a group of teenagers in Grangegorman area

A 26-year-old student has told The Liberty how he was was assaulted by a group of teenagers in the Grangegorman area at about 11 pm on a recent Sunday evening.…

New audio guides of historic cemeteries include the Cabbage Garden

New audio guides of historic cemeteries include the Cabbage Garden

Dublin City Council (DCC) has created new audio guides for some of Dublin’s historic cemeteries, with one of them including the Cabbage Garden off Cathedral Lane in the Liberties.   In…

Celebrating all that is positive in Cherry Orchard

Celebrating all that is positive in Cherry Orchard

Dublin City Council (DCC) has launched Cherry Blossoms, a new month-long programme of free events celebrating the Cherry Orchard area this April. It is organised by the City Council, a…

Leaving the old, entering the new – Leaving Cert revisions on the way

Leaving the old, entering the new – Leaving Cert revisions on the way

Substantial changes to the Leaving Certificate Curriculum are on the way starting from this September.  Minister for Education Norma Foley TD, announced on Tuesday 29 March her ambitious plans for…

Council says flat-living is the future of the inner city

Council says flat-living is the future of the inner city

Housing density is future of housing in Dublin’s inncer city – to build as many homes while taking up as little space as possible. But according to the latest Dublin…

New Michelin stars light up Dublin 8

New Michelin stars light up Dublin 8

Three restaurants in Dublin 8 celebrate being awarded prestigious food accolades last month.   The much sought-after Michelin Awards for excellence in cuisine were announced and local restaurants stood their ground…

Dublin City’s underground sewage upgrade

Dublin City’s underground sewage upgrade

Irish Water and Dublin City Council will be working together to upgrade the old sewage system that runs beneath the city.   The underground sewage network dates back to Georgian times,…

Fine Art students hold public bake sale at new TU Dublin building

Fine Art students hold public bake sale at new TU Dublin building

Fourth year Fine Art students from TU Dublin have been holding a bake sale on the campus in order to help fund their final-year exhibition – and there are several…