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The sport and art of pigeon racing 

The sport and art of pigeon racing 

Pigeon racing is a sport and a passion that has a long and deep-rooted the history in Ireland and Britain;. While the origin of pigeon racing dates back to the…

Will the new DART add up? Explaining ‘DART+ South West’

Will the new DART add up? Explaining ‘DART+ South West’

An ambitious plan by Irish Rail will see the DART network greatly expanded. The DART is the electric suburban rail line that stretches from Malahide to Greystones. This is the route…

Throwing Shapes: new pottery studio coming to The Liberties

Throwing Shapes: new pottery studio coming to The Liberties

A pottery studio called “Throwing Shapes” is set to open on Mill Street this month.  Siofra Murdock has lived in Dublin 8 since 2018, so when she decided to set…

Nightclub opening hour bill hit with setback 

Nightclub opening hour bill hit with setback 

In a follow up to a story previously posted on The Liberty, the promise of nightclubs opening until 6am this summer seems to be breaking, after a significant push back…

D8 festival is ‘a cultural destination in and of itself’

D8 festival is ‘a cultural destination in and of itself’

Dublin 8’s annual cultural festival, Culture Date with Dublin 8, returns this week, May 8th to 12th, with a variety of events to celebrate the area’s rich history. Festival curator…

The Dublin Metrolink: What do we know?

The Dublin Metrolink: What do we know?

Dublin is the one of few capital cities in the European Union that does not have a reliable transportation system leading from the airport to the city centre. There have…

Teenage sensation Luke Littler has boosted business in local darts store

Teenage sensation Luke Littler has boosted business in local darts store

‘Brenfer’, a darts shop on Capel Street, has experienced a significant rise in sales following Luke Littler’s emergence. The teenage sensation has taken the darts world by storm and left…

Cyclist safety in the spotlight as deaths rise

Cyclist safety in the spotlight as deaths rise

Recently, there has been a rise in road deaths, and not only that but cyclist accidents as well. In 2023, there were eight cyclists who lost their lives on Irish…

Furious Irish pub takes stand against Diageo price hikes with Guinness discount scheme

Furious Irish pub takes stand against Diageo price hikes with Guinness discount scheme

A bar in Dublin has promised to unplug some of its beverages in protest of Diageo’s most recent price increase and has pledged to maintain Guinness pints at €5 via…

Drug drones increase dropping into Mountjoy Prison

Drug drones increase dropping into Mountjoy Prison

There has been a reported increase in drone activity around Mountjoy Prison in Phibsborough, and these drones have allegedly been dropping drugs to prisoners on the inside.  According to Irish…

Irish Haemophilia Society – Bonding people through blood.

Irish Haemophilia Society – Bonding people through blood.

The Irish Haemophilia Society was established in 1968 and has provided assistance and support to people with haemophilia, von Willebrand’s disease, or other uncommon bleeding disorders. Working out of New…

A pub packed with history: John Fallon’s

A pub packed with history: John Fallon’s

Situated in the heart of The Liberties, John Fallon’s, aka the Capstan Bar, is one of the oldest pubs in Dublin.  Turning 405 years old this year, Fallon’s pub has…

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