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Flee to the Dublin Flea Market

Flee to the Dublin Flea Market

The Dublin Flea Market, which has been open since 2008 now has over 60 stalls is a monthly market that takes place the last Sunday of every month in Newmarket…

Rise in Tourism Figures in the Liberty

Rise in Tourism Figures in the Liberty

The past year saw a significant increase in tourism figures for attractions around Dublin, particularly those found in the Liberties. Guinness Storehouse celebrated a ten percent increase in visitors in…

Legends of the Liberties: Joyce Reid

Legends of the Liberties: Joyce Reid

Joyce Reid, a local mass officer on Meath Street, sat down with The Liberty and recalled some of her fondest memories of living and working in The Liberties. The Liberties…

Kerry put an end to Dub’s winning habit

Kerry put an end to Dub’s winning habit

The sun finally shone onto the Cusack Stand and Dublin’s 36-game unbeaten march finally ended on Sunday evening as Kerry earned their 20th National League crown. The game adopted a…

Cats reign supreme as Dubs see red: Dublin v Kilkenny

Cats reign supreme as Dubs see red: Dublin v Kilkenny

The stands were full in Parnell Park on Sunday, as Ger Cunningham’s young Dublin side looked to avoid a relegation playoff by beating Brian Cody’s Kilkenny team. Sadly for Dublin,…

Liberties charity hope to win €1000 in the ‘Better Together’ competition

Liberties charity hope to win €1000 in the ‘Better Together’ competition

A local Liberties charity has entered the “Better Together” video story competition in the hopes of winning €1000 to help homeless people in Dublin Inner City. The Mendicity Institution, based…

A Great Month for showcasing Irish Film – ‘The Young Offenders’ and ‘A Date for Mad Mary’ Reviews

A Great Month for showcasing Irish Film – ‘The Young Offenders’ and ‘A Date for Mad Mary’ Reviews

Great Irish comedies these days are few and far between.  However, this past month saw two incredibly funny Irish-produced films; ‘The Young Offenders’ and ‘A Date for Mad Mary’. ‘The…

Hazardous firework factory waste stalls St Teresa’s Garden renewal

Hazardous firework factory waste stalls St Teresa’s Garden renewal

St. Teresa’s garden had long been a symbol of decline in the inner city. After a saga which lasted almost a decade, saw proposal after proposal fall through and residents…

Dublin celebrates 60th Anniversary of Europe’s oldest theatre festival

Dublin celebrates 60th Anniversary of Europe’s oldest theatre festival

The oldest theatre festival in Europe is taking place in Dublin this autumn for 18 days. Dublin Theatre Festival started on the 29th of September and runs to the 16th…

NCAD student wins coveted prize at Dublin Fashion Festival

NCAD student wins coveted prize at Dublin Fashion Festival

  NCAD student JJ Donnelly has scooped one of the top prizes at this year’s Dublin Fashion Festival, winning the young designer of the year award. Dublin Fashion Festival is…

R.A.G.E. of Fleet Street talks retro revival

R.A.G.E. of Fleet Street talks retro revival

Any gamer or vinyl enthusiast worth their salts will know about R.A.G.E. on Fade Street. You can find vinyl records in a good few shops in Dublin because of this…

Dublin through to NFL Division 1 final

Dublin through to NFL Division 1 final

Dublin will meet rivals Kerry in this year’s NFL division 1 final after a comprehensive 10 point win over Donegal in Croke Park on Sunday afternoon. The dubs controlled the…