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Big Day Out at St. Patrick’s weekend

Big Day Out at St. Patrick’s weekend

The theme for this year’s St.Patrick’s Day festival is HOME; the exploration of my home, your home, our home. The festival will run from the 15th to the 19th of…

The famous Waltons music shop is now closed

The famous Waltons music shop is now closed

The famous music shop Waltons shut its doors on the 12th February. Located in the heart of Dublin for more than 90 years, the shop is now moving all its…

Visual Culture Taster Day 2018

Visual Culture Taster Day 2018

The National College of Art and Design, in the heart of the Liberties, is known for students doing lots of practical work. However, NCAD also has a course for people…

Eight Try Romp sees Ireland top of Six Nations

Eight Try Romp sees Ireland top of Six Nations

Ireland beat Italy 56-19 at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday afternoon, to earn themselves a bonus point victory and climb to the top of the table. Ireland had the bonus…

Weaver park nominated for European urban park prize

Weaver park nominated for European urban park prize

            In a previous issue of The Liberty we celebrated the opening of Weaver Park, the first public park space to be created in the…

Unique Pearse Lyons Distillery Tour Opens

Unique Pearse Lyons Distillery Tour Opens

The view from the balcony of St James’ church is much different nowadays. The alter, devoid of a priest, is filled with gleaming brass and copper stills; the pews have…

Get into your scull-ing

Get into your scull-ing

A look at the upcoming ‘sculling ladder’ at the Dublin Commercial Rowing Club         The big rowing competition known as the ‘sculling ladder’ is held each year,…

Dublin win the All-Ireland

Dublin win the All-Ireland

By Paul Hyland Dublin completed an unprecedented All-Ireland three-in-a-row, in after beating Mayo, by the narrowest of margins, in last Sunday’s final.               The…

Air pollution in Dublin is rising

Air pollution in Dublin is rising

Ireland is on course to exceed its legally binding EU emissions target by the year 2020 according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). While Dublin is currently considered to be…

The Liberties talk Repeal the 8th

The Liberties talk Repeal the 8th

The Citizens Assembly voted earlier this month in favour of changing the laws on abortion in Ireland, putting the Government under pressure to call a referendum on this issue.  …

We Can Quit

We Can Quit

A group of Rialto women are in a celebratory mood after completing the ‘We Can Quit’ campaign. The free programme aims to help women give up smoking altogether – and…

OTT’s Scrappermanina 3 was a O-mega success

OTT’s Scrappermanina 3 was a O-mega success

Dublin’s National Stadium played host to Over the top Wrestling’s ‘Scrappermania 3’ on April 15th as the young Irish promotion looked to put on the biggest night in Irish professional…