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Dublin’s north inner city considered ‘seriously littered’

Dublin’s north inner city considered ‘seriously littered’

A survey of litter pollution in towns around the country has rated Dublin’s inner-city as the dirtiest town in Ireland.  The report, which was conducted by Irish Business Against Litter…

What Bus Connects Draft Report Means For D8

Bus Connects has just published a draft report that will affect the flow of public transport traffic through Cork Street, Patrick Street and up to Christchurch Cathedral in the heart of The Liberties.  The section of the report that covers the Dublin 8 area…

Shamrock Rovers title celebrations put on hold

Shamrock Rovers title celebrations put on hold

Shamrock Rovers are the 2020 SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions for the first time since 2011. Rovers claimed their 18th league title after their closest rivals Bohemians slipped up,…

Smithfield LUAS attack highlights lack of security

Smithfield LUAS attack highlights lack of security

On the morning of the 29th of October, a man was attacked and assaulted outside Smithfield LUAS stop.  He was then saved and assisted by a gentleman on the Luas that intervened and helped the 65-year-old man.   The daughter…

New hotel planned to be built on St Augustine Street

New hotel planned to be built on St Augustine Street

The Liberties is getting a new hotel built on St Augustine Street, near Cornmarket in the heart of the Liberties.  It was confirmed on Monday that the new Raag Hotel will…

The Dog on the Dockside

The Dog on the Dockside

A street artist whose work has appeared across Dublin – including graffiti-filled Liberty Lane off Kevin Street – has won new accolades for his latest mural of the President’s dead dog. …

Full-sized sports pitch for The Liberties gets green light after 13 year wait

Full-sized sports pitch for The Liberties gets green light after 13 year wait

Dublin City Councillors have agreed to sell-off two parcels of land at St. Teresa’s Gardens, in the heart of The Liberties, to fund local sports facilities, including a full-sized grass…

D8RCS welcomes refugee families to Dublin 8

D8RCS welcomes refugee families to Dublin 8

Across the world, many families are seeking refuge. They are trying to escape poverty, war and other hardships for a better way of life. They must make the most difficult decision they might ever have to make, and…

Must watch list for the family this Halloween

Must watch list for the family this Halloween

Halloween is a little different this year – but that doesn’t mean you can’t get into the spooky spirit! If you are looking for a chilling throwback to keep you on the edge…

Cancelled exhibition and being an artist during a pandemic with Neil Dunne

Cancelled exhibition and being an artist during a pandemic with Neil Dunne

“Expanded print practise” is how Neil Dunne, a Liberties-born and raised artist would define his art.  He started silk-screen printing while studying in NCAD (National College of Art and Design) where he obtained both his…

St Pat’s and Dundalk ready for a battle at Richmond Park

St Pat’s and Dundalk ready for a battle at Richmond Park

Saint Patrick’s Athletic (Pats) will host Dundalk in Richmond Park, on the 1st of November. This will be the second meeting between the two sides this season, with the previous meeting…

Ireland hit the half-century as the Six Nations makes its return

Ireland hit the half-century as the Six Nations makes its return

Ireland 50 Italy 17 Ireland have gone to the top of the Six Nations table after a thumping victory over a ferocious Italian side. Andy Farrell’s men ran in an…

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