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Street artists fight to keep their art on the walls of Dublin

Street artists fight to keep their art on the walls of Dublin

The artists of Subset are determined to end the longstanding argument regarding public art and planning permission. After several disputes over the last ten years, Dublin City Council is now…

Stoneybatter restaurant is a tasting treat

Stoneybatter restaurant is a tasting treat

Events where diners can taste their way through the menu are in high demand – with tickets selling out in minutes Events are back with a bang in D7 as…

Stoneybatter residents sweep the streets

Stoneybatter residents sweep the streets

Dublin City Council is encouraging local residents across the city to take part in community clean-ups – and ‘Stoneybatter Pride of Place’ has joined in, gathering on a Saturday morning…

Phoenix Park speed limit cut to 30km/h from next month

Phoenix Park speed limit cut to 30km/h from next month

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has announced changes to transport and mobility in the park.  Phoenix Park is set for a new 30km/h speed limit from February 28th in…

New flea market comes monthly to Grangegorman

New flea market comes monthly to Grangegorman

The brand new Le Zeitgeist Flea Market started last Sunday in a school near Stoneybatter.  It was the first of a series of flea markets set to take place monthly…

New student campus on the blocks

New student campus on the blocks

A new student accommodation block with controversial ‘co-living’ spaces is set to rise on the site of Phibsboro shopping centre. In 2020, MM Capital (owners of the shopping centre) sought…

New TU Dublin academic centre to be built in Grangegorman

New TU Dublin academic centre to be built in Grangegorman

A new academic hub and library will see ground broken on the Grangegorman campus over the coming weeks. Being labelled as the academic heart of Grangegorman, the hub will be…

‘We want to spread the story’: new bookshop opening on Meath Street

‘We want to spread the story’: new bookshop opening on Meath Street

A new bookshop in a small chain that aims to serve disadvantaged areas is soon to open in the Liberties. Third in a network supported by the One Foundation, the…

Tree-planting ceremony in Dublin 8 celebrates 100 years of Tenters housing scheme

Tree-planting ceremony in Dublin 8 celebrates 100 years of Tenters housing scheme

Hundreds of homes in the Tenters area of Dublin 8, built under what was called the Fairbrother’s Fields Housing Scheme, marked their 100th anniversary after the scheme was created in…

Make the call, make the change – ‘Stanhope Centre saved my life’

Make the call, make the change – ‘Stanhope Centre saved my life’

One woman tells of her struggle with alcoholism and the turn-around when she found help in the Stanhope Centre, which has been helping people with addiction for nearly a half-century.…

Connected to culture in Dublin 7

Connected to culture in Dublin 7

As Covid restrictions fall away, the Africa Society on TU Dublin’s Grangegorman campus can be a new focal point for culture and diversity in the city, as well as an…

Reopening celebrated in Stoneybatter mural

Reopening celebrated in Stoneybatter mural

French artist Juliette Viode has painted a new mural in Stoneybatter to celebrate the reopening of the city. The process for the mural began with an open call from Dublin…