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The National Children’s Hospital – progress report

The National Children’s Hospital – progress report

It looks almost finished – and patients might start to arrive some time next year. But what has really been going on with the new hospital in Dublin 8, and…

Bodytonic unveils Phibsborough record store in collaboration with Absys Records 

Bodytonic unveils Phibsborough record store in collaboration with Absys Records 

The recent National Record Store Day saw the launch of Racket, a new collaborative shop located at Cross Guns bridge near Phibsboro, in the basement of the Bernard Shaw pub.…

‘A great feeling of equality’ at D7 women’s shed

‘A great feeling of equality’ at D7 women’s shed

Not seeing friends and family during Covid took a toll on everyone and had serious effects on the mental health of people all over the world.   Cabra woman Niamh Lynch-Livsey…

Remembering our roots: historic information boards in Dublin 8

Remembering our roots: historic information boards in Dublin 8

In recent months, there have been historic information boards installed around the Liberties in Donore Avenue and Dolphin’s Barn.   Counceller Marie Devine of Sinn Féin expressed her concern about the…

The sport and art of pigeon racing 

The sport and art of pigeon racing 

Pigeon racing is a sport and a passion that has a long and deep-rooted the history in Ireland and Britain;. While the origin of pigeon racing dates back to the…

Will the new DART add up? Explaining ‘DART+ South West’

Will the new DART add up? Explaining ‘DART+ South West’

An ambitious plan by Irish Rail will see the DART network greatly expanded. The DART is the electric suburban rail line that stretches from Malahide to Greystones. This is the route…

Pilates – A misunderstood art of strength conditioning

Pilates – A misunderstood art of strength conditioning

Live & Breathe Pilates studio in Portobello, D8, was set up 12 years ago before the Pilates craze started and continues to thrive to this day with booked and busy…

Fixing North Dublin’s air pollution problem

Fixing North Dublin’s air pollution problem

Air pollution expert, Deirdre O’Brien, talks about some of the measures that can be taken to improve air quality in North Dublin It is well known by locals that the…

Throwing Shapes: new pottery studio coming to The Liberties

Throwing Shapes: new pottery studio coming to The Liberties

A pottery studio called “Throwing Shapes” is set to open on Mill Street this month.  Siofra Murdock has lived in Dublin 8 since 2018, so when she decided to set…

Sporting success can be a curse for young people

Sporting success can be a curse for young people

For someone to dedicate themselves from an early age to their chosen sport of course has its benefits, some of which are learning about self-discipline, maintaining physical health, and providing opportunities to…

Nightclub opening hour bill hit with setback 

Nightclub opening hour bill hit with setback 

In a follow up to a story previously posted on The Liberty, the promise of nightclubs opening until 6am this summer seems to be breaking, after a significant push back…

Mark Mehigan launches ‘This is Not a Self-Help Book’

Mark Mehigan launches ‘This is Not a Self-Help Book’

Many are familiar with comedian Mark Mehigan for his comedy gigs and podcasts, but recently, he has taken on a new title of author. Mehigan released his book, ‘This is…

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