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Digital Hub continues to operate

Digital Hub continues to operate

Last year the Government announced that the Digital Hub Development Authority is being wound down and its ‘campus’ redeveloped – but while those plans are being worked out, it’s still…

Vitamin D means exploring D8

Vitamin D means exploring D8

With the first day of summer upon us, the sun is slowly creeping out from behind the clouds. There are many ways to soak up that Vitamin D. We explored…

A look inside the Trinity Ball with Plantain Papi 

A look inside the Trinity Ball with Plantain Papi 

The first Trinity Ball since 2019 took place on Friday, April 22nd, and was undoubtedly welcomed back by Dublin’s college students. Perceived as one of the biggest private parties in…

The Masonry – flexible workspace blooms in the former seed and grain warehouse

The Masonry – flexible workspace blooms in the former seed and grain warehouse

There is a curious building on Thomas Street in the Liberties called ‘The Masonry’, which is shrouded in mystery and without any obvious signage as to what lies inside.  The…

Remembering the tenements

Remembering the tenements

Tenement Dublin is an element of recent Irish history that is often forgotten or overlooked. Many of the houses that were previously tenement buildings – if they are not demolished…

New multicultural salon opens in D1 

New multicultural salon opens in D1 

The Culture Collective, a salon that caters to all ethnic groups, has opened on Store Street in the heart of Dublin. The business hopes to “make luxurious salon experiences more…

Making music less remote

Making music less remote

In exclusive interviews with The Liberty, Aby Coulibaly, KhakiKid and Fatboy explain their experiences when making a breakthrough in the Irish music industry during and after Covid The Irish music…

Sustainable food shopping in Dublin 8

Sustainable food shopping in Dublin 8

These days we are all more aware of how plastic waste has become a global crisis. Experts say if we don’t change are ways, by 2050 there will be more…

New student president at TU Dublin says he wants to involve local community

New student president at TU Dublin says he wants to involve local community

Brian Jordan has been elected as student union president at Technological University (TU) Dublin and will serve across all campuses – Blanchardstown, Tallaght and City Centre – starting in July. …

Cosybatter seeks to manage some of Stoneybatter’s energy

Cosybatter seeks to manage some of Stoneybatter’s energy

Stoneybatter’s ‘Cosybatter’ is a ‘sustainable energy community’ (SEC) set up in 2020 by residents of the area who are concerned about the environment.   Cosybatter was born from a local ‘Eco…

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…

The becoming of a blooming florist

The becoming of a blooming florist

 Can you really make a new career out of a passion for flowers, a decent location and a good Instagram following? Flowerpop in Inchicore says it’s possible. Heather Condren married…

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