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Smithfield Horse Fair: A tradition which is part of the Smithfield culture

Smithfield Horse Fair: A tradition which is part of the Smithfield culture

Horse owners, traders, and equestrians have once again gathered at Smithfield Square for their monthly horse fair, which is attended by people from across Dublin and well beyond. The event…

Lore and labels at Le Zeitgeist Flea Market

Lore and labels at Le Zeitgeist Flea Market

The monthly Sunday market with the crazy name – Le Zeitgeist Bohemia Flea Market – started two years ago in Stoneybatter at the Educate Together National School. These days, it…

St Paul’s CBS: a hidden gem near Smithfield

St Paul’s CBS: a hidden gem near Smithfield

Just down the road from the TU Dublin Grangegorman campus on North Brunswick Street lies a small secondary school called St Paul’s CBS. The saying ‘small but mighty’ is the…

Crowds gather in Smithfield for Red Bull rugby tournament

Crowds gather in Smithfield for Red Bull rugby tournament

On Saturday, crowds gathered in Smithfield Square to watch the Red Bull Sprint 7s rugby tournament. The competition saw eight of Ireland’s best tag rugby teams all battle it out…

JBs Student Campus on Navan Road to close

JBs Student Campus on Navan Road to close

Since 2015, some buildings on the Navan Road have been accomodating over 110 students – but soon, that will be a thing of the past. The tenants of JBs Student…

A look at the upcoming summer concerts in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8

A look at the upcoming summer concerts in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8

Summer is just around the corner, and for music lovers in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8, there is no shortage of concerts to look forward to. From intimate gigs with…

Cost of living crisis continues to hit local people

Cost of living crisis continues to hit local people

Rising food and electricity prices continue to be a major concern, especially for older residents living in Dublin 7. Locals have expressed anger and apprehension with the ongoing cost of…

Why cafés can take my money 

<strong>Why cafés can take my money</strong> 

My bank account shrinks every time I walk past a coffee shop – but I’m not willing to sacrifice my coffee shop visits any time soon.  Ireland, and most of the…

The White Moose Café: A look back at the Northside’s most online café as it closes its doors

The White Moose Café: A look back at the Northside’s most online café as it closes its doors

The White Moose Café will be remembered for its brazen tongue in cheek and a string of memorable and viral moments, as the owner closes its doors. The White Moose…

Me Auld Flower: food and drinks festival to open next month in historic Smithfield marketplace

Me Auld Flower: food and drinks festival to open next month in historic Smithfield marketplace

A new Irish food and drink festival is coming to Dublin 7 next month and will take place in a historic building that’s been closed since pre-pandemic times – and…

Protests continue after arrests at ‘Ionad Seán Heuston’

Protests continue after arrests at ‘Ionad Seán Heuston’

A vacant site just across the Liffey from Heuston station, dubbed ‘Ionad Seán Heuston’, has continued to be the focus of protests after a huge Garda operation broke up an…

Why should you move to Phibsboro ?

Why should you move to Phibsboro ?

Named amongst “the 40 coolest neighbourhoods in the world” by Time Out in 2020, the heart of the Northside has no reason to envy anywhere in Dublin. Located in Dublin…

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