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Local girl youngest ever on Irish stamp

Local girl youngest ever on Irish stamp

Local girl Paris Curtis has become the youngest person ever to feature on a stamp in Ireland. Paris, who is currently a student in Marist National School, Crumlin said she…

Plans for Cork Street park move forward

Plans for Cork Street park move forward

  PLANS for a Cork Street park have inched forward with the upcoming appointment of a design team for the site. Dublin City Council are set to appoint a team…

The Liberty heads down the Rabbit Hole

The Liberty heads down the Rabbit Hole

Rabbit Hole Promotions is an innovative advertising agency making waves across Dublin. Managing Director Mark Lacey speaks to Rebecca Gill about the company’s unique selling point and its plans for the…

Dublin Whiskey Company Construction to begin in January

Dublin Whiskey Company Construction to begin in January

Construction on the new Dublin Whiskey Company distillery is due to begin in January after planning permission was granted for its Mill Street site. The build will take approximately nine…

Culture Night 2014 Preview

Culture Night 2014 Preview

There’s a packed evening of events in the Liberties for Culture Night, which runs from 5pm to 11pm today. It’s part of a special programme including hundreds of activities throughout…

Spotlight on the Liberties in Dublin’s bid for culture capital

Spotlight on the Liberties in Dublin’s bid for culture capital

Dublin city will consider a bid to be European Capital of Culture in 2020 almost 30 years after it last held the title.…

IFI Mosque, the heart of a new multicultural Ireland

IFI Mosque, the heart of a new multicultural Ireland

The Islamic Foundation of Ireland (IFI) mosque on the South Circular Road acts as a place of worship and and a focal point for Muslims in the Liberties area. …

The Liberties goes global with its very own facebook page

The Liberties goes global with its very own facebook page

The 'Growing up in the Liberties' Facebook page is used to celebrate the area, as well as connect past and present residents via the internet.…

Barista delights in the Liberties

Barista delights in the Liberties

The Liberties is spoilt for choice when it comes to cafés and coffee bars to rendezvous in. Shauna Irwin explores the best of these barista delights. …

Helping Dublin 8 get back to education

Helping Dublin 8 get back to education

The Dublin 8 Community Education Centre, or D8CEC, is providing a second-chance at education for many adults from the area writes Aine Hennessy. …

Cleaner fined for assault on Garda

Cleaner fined for assault on Garda

A hospital cleaner has been fined €400 and convicted of assault after her attack on a female Garda. Mother of three, Vivienne Mills was convicted and fined for assaulting…

Thomas Street Regeneration unlikely

Thomas Street Regeneration unlikely

Regeneration proposals for Thomas Street in Dublin's Liberties were put forward by Dublin Civic Trust in May 2012, however seven months on no progress has been made...…