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‘Living in a city where your address does not limit your access to opportunities’

‘Living in a city where your address does not limit your access to opportunities’

The Liberate Youth Programme aims to make room for positive change for young people in the Liberties community. Solas Project launched their new Liberate youth programme space at the Coombe…

TU Dublin’s Grangegorman campus has changed the neighbourhood

TU Dublin’s Grangegorman campus has changed the neighbourhood

In September, TU Dublin opened the doors of its newest Grangegorman campus to students, and new grounds were open the public. The new campus brought two new buildings into use:Tthe…

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…

I love helping others find their own way’: Liberties local looks to share a weight-loss journey

I love helping others find their own way’: Liberties local looks to share a weight-loss journey

Personal trainer Declan Flynn set up ‘FlynnFit boot camp’ at St James National School in January, using his own process of finding health and fitness as an inspiration.  “I didn’t…

‘The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now’ at IMMA

‘The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now’ at IMMA

The Irish Museum of Modern Art’s latest exhibit tackles important issues such as feminism, migration, racism, and much more. Intro  Modern and contemporary art can be confusing and hard to…

Valentine’s Day in Dublin

Valentine’s Day in Dublin

Discover new ideas and things to do in the season of romance. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and whether you hate it or love it, here are some…

Dublin’s reopening rush

Dublin’s reopening rush

The lifting of Covid restrictions was a sigh of relief – but the suddenness of it caught some restaurants and pubs by surprise, Elio Bonelli reports  When An Taoiseach Micheál…

Building a small business in Dublin 7

Building a small business in Dublin 7

Loon Kaboon is a sustainable prints and illustration business that opened in Smithfield last year, selling handmade prints online and at Dublin craft markets. What started as a lockdown project…

Black and Irish GALA awards

Black and Irish GALA awards

The first B.I.G event was held to appreciate the artistic and creative efforts of Black and mixed-race talent in Ireland. The first-ever Black and Irish GALA awards took place in…

What are the benefits of the new Civic Dollars scheme?

What are the benefits of the new Civic Dollars scheme?

An app that ‘pays’ you for going to the park? The Liberty hears about the social-credit programme being piloted in Dublin 8.  A new pilot scheme, Civic Dollars, aims to reward park-goers in a unique…

Rain boxes making a splash in Stoneybatter

Rain boxes making a splash in Stoneybatter

Wouldn’t it be great to let rain water run somewhere besides into an overburdened urban system? A scheme based in the north inner city offers one small-scale solution. Tucked away on…

Masamba Youth Project restarts free drumming lessons for children

Masamba Youth Project restarts free drumming lessons for children

Children over nine years old are now able to attend free weekly drumming workshops in Basin Lane, in the heart of Dublin 8. Masamba Samba School was founded in 1994 and has recently moved…