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LGBT Noise organiser Max Kryzanowski gives his opinions as debates finalise.

LGBT Noise organiser Max Kryzanowski gives his opinions as debates finalise.

        Max Kryzanowski, LGBT Noise organiser, sourced by Jack Popeley As the marriage equality debate moves into its final phase ahead of the referendum next month, each…

Newcomers to the Liberties: First Fortnight

Newcomers to the Liberties: First Fortnight

Steven Cummins makes one thing clear; First Fortnight does not want to raise awareness about mental health nor educate people about the types of mental health; it aims to “raise…

Tree of Hope

Tree of Hope

The tree of hope is a national symbol of hope to families who have been affected by suicide,it is a landmark they can visit to grieve and remember the loved…

Donore Harriers Running Club

Donore Harriers Running Club

  Donore Harriers is a highly successful athletic club located on the banks of the river Liffey in the scenic village of Chapelizod. The club was founded in 1893 and…

DIT Fashion Show

DIT Fashion Show

The DIT fashion society this year celebrated the hosting of its 12th annual fashion show in Vicar Street on the 14th April.   The show is the annual flagship event…

Wetherspoon’s opening on Camden Street.

Wetherspoon’s opening on Camden Street.

In the coming weeks, the much anticipated and controversial J.D Wetherspoons will open on Camden Street, following in the footsteps of Dún Laoghaire and Blackrock in bringing cheap food and…

Camden Exchange Review

Camden Exchange Review

Camden Street’s newest addition opened its doors about a month ago, and I thought I’d try something different, and something different was exactly what I got.   Right in the…

The Tale of Princess Kaguya-Review

The Tale of Princess Kaguya-Review

This Japanese animated film is a beautiful fairytale which harkens back to the classic Disney films of the 20th Century. A poor bamboo farmer (this is Japan, remember) finds a…

John Kavanagh – MMA coach for “The Notorious” Conor McGregor – offers a fascinating insight into his own meteoric rise within the supersonically expanding sport of Mixed Martial Arts.

John Kavanagh – MMA coach for “The Notorious” Conor McGregor – offers a fascinating insight into his own meteoric rise within the supersonically expanding sport of Mixed Martial Arts.

The first thing that strikes you when you hear John Kavanagh speak is the gentle eloquence with which he delivers each considered word. One could mistake it for excessive humility,…

Lá Fhéile Pádraig

Lá Fhéile Pádraig

Another year and another St. Patrick’s Day festival! The St. Patrick’s parade has always been the highlight of the annual four day festivities. The theme this year is ‘celebrating now’,…

Secondary School closures due to teacher strikes

Secondary School closures due to teacher strikes

Teachers from secondary schools in the Liberties area participated in strike action on Thursday 22nd January against proposed Junior Certificate reforms. 330,000 students were affected across Ireland as 730 secondary…

Dublin’s TradFest moves into The Liberties

Dublin’s TradFest moves into The Liberties

Dublin saw the launch of the 10th annual Temple Bar TradFest on Wednesday with the celebrations set to continue throughout the weekend, incorporating a range of events. The organisers of…