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Dec 2019 The Liberty Newspaper

Dec 2019 The Liberty Newspaper

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Community project helps to keep food on Liberties tables

Community project helps to keep food on Liberties tables

WHETHER it’s a meal delivery, medical guidance, or just a chat, the Robert Emmet Community Development Project (RECDP) is on Dublin 8’s frontline in aiding those affected by the COVID-19…

The wolf of White Moose doesn’t let a crisis go to waste

The wolf of White Moose doesn’t let a crisis go to waste

The Moose Box, a lifeline for the White Moose Café in hard times DUBLIN’S White Moose Café, and its connecting hotel, Charleville Lodge, have found a way to endure in…

Meath Street’s Little Flower puts its famous penny dinners on wheels

Meath Street’s Little Flower puts its famous penny dinners on wheels

By Jane Byrne and Chris O’Flaherty THE Little Flower, operating since 1912, serves 72,000 meals annually – including its famous penny dinners for poor and homeless people. With the Meath…

Classrooms are closed, but many students remain in crowded housing

Classrooms are closed, but many students remain in crowded housing

By Fantine Carron STUDENTS who remain in tight accommodation around Dublin city are fearful for their safety in the Covid-19 pandemic crisis. Thousands of students live in the area. Griffith…

A pizza good news for hospital workers, with local help

A pizza good news for hospital workers, with local help

THE pizzas just keep coming to feed workers in St James’s Hospital and the Mater Hospital in Dublin. The Feed the Frontline initiative by two Dublin-8 businesses – the Circular…

Impromptu concerts brighten up quarantine

Impromptu concerts brighten up quarantine

WITH nothing to do, two musicians, freelance classical musician Caimin Gilmore and Liz McLaren, a violinist with the RTE National Symphony Orchestra, decided they would play duets together in their…

Hospital staff are showered with love from community

Hospital staff are showered with love from community

FROM bikes to pizza to personal protective equipment, the staff in St James’s Hospital in Dublin 8 are being provided with all kinds of goodies to make their jobs at…

A Liberties Legend, Cllr John Gallagher is quietly laid to rest

A Liberties Legend, Cllr John Gallagher is quietly laid to rest

By James Godson and Christopher O’Flaherty WITHOUT his family in attendance, or the public to guard his honour, John Gallagher’s coffin arrived at Mount Jerome, Harold’s Cross on April 2nd,…

Distillery tries to keep Liberties spirits high

Distillery tries to keep Liberties spirits high

A LOT of businesses have been greatly affected by the pandemic and local pubs are some of the worst hit. And along with the pubs, the local whiskey-tourism trail has…

Crisis finds community thriving even in isolation

Crisis finds community thriving even in isolation

AS the country is reduced to only essential travel and people are practising social distancing and religiously washing their hands, the Liberties are following the Taoiseach’s advice and “coming together…

Women in election

Women in election

Women perform above average in GE2020 for Dublin South Central General Election 2020 marked a turning point for women in politics. For the first time ever, there was a female…

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