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Cafés in The Liberties

Cafés in The Liberties

For such a small area, The Liberties has cafés in abundance. Around every corner you will find a new spot to eat, grab a coffee and have a natter with…

Lá Fhéile Pádraig

Lá Fhéile Pádraig

Another year and another St. Patrick’s Day festival! The St. Patrick’s parade has always been the highlight of the annual four day festivities. The theme this year is ‘celebrating now’,…

Iveagh markets reopening delayed until 2018

Iveagh markets reopening delayed until 2018

The long-awaited reopening of the beautiful Iveagh Market on Francis Street will have to wait a little longer. In an exclusive interview with The Liberty, developer Martin Keane, himself a…

Oldest Gent in the Liberty Market

Oldest Gent in the Liberty Market

[tribulant_slideshow gallery_id=”2″] Ninety-four year old Harry is not only the oldest stall owner but is also the first trader to book a stall in The Liberty Markets. He has been…

BIMM’s newest EP release

BIMM’s newest EP release

Located in the heart of the Liberties in Francis Street, BIMM Dublin has long been the starting point for the young music aficionados, attracting students from all over the country.…

Liberties at the heart of Google’s panoramic revolution

Liberties at the heart of Google’s panoramic revolution

Google’s fast expanding Business View service is putting Dublin – and The Liberties in particular – on the map like never before.     First, there was Google Maps. Then,…

Firefighters march over proposed number cuts

Firefighters march over proposed number cuts

Ireland’s firefighters marched along Dublin’s busiest streets as part of a protest against potential reductions in crewing numbers. The march was organised by SIPTU – which represents 3,000 fire service…

Disruption to traffic following accident in Liberties

Disruption to traffic following accident in Liberties

Traffic along the Dublin 8 quays was temporarily disrupted this morning following an accident on Bridgefoot Street. Members of An Garda Síochána, together with units of Dublin Fire Brigade, quickly…

Teachers in the Liberties go on strike

Teachers in the Liberties go on strike

Secondary school teachers around the Liberties took part in a one day strike yesterday over proposed reforms to the Junior Certificate exams. Teachers in St. Patricks Grammar School, Synge Street…

D’you Remember Yer Man, celebrating a host of Dublin characters

D’you Remember Yer Man, celebrating a host of Dublin characters

  A book celebrating some of Dublin’s most well-known characters was released in late October and includes the stories of a host of individuals who roamed The Liberties. D’you Remember…

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…

Katie Taylor wins fifth world title

Katie Taylor wins fifth world title

  KATIE Taylor has been hailed as Ireland’s greatest athlete after she made history winning her fifth world title in South Korea. The win has put Taylor into the history…