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Fresh face on Irish film scene

Fresh face on Irish film scene

With the likes of Colin Farrell, Michael Fassbender and Robert Sheehan all working abroad, it was only a matter of time before a new name appeared on the Irish acting…

It’s time to switch

It’s time to switch

The current analogue television signal will change to digital throughout the country at the end of this month.…

Paddy Power announces 610 new jobs in Dublin

Paddy Power announces 610 new jobs in Dublin

Bookmakers Paddy Power has announced that they will make 610 new jobs available over the next two years in the Dublin area. …

Freaky festival celebrates Dublin City’s Dracula

Freaky festival celebrates Dublin City’s Dracula

Dublin will host a variety of spooky events and workshops this October as part of the Bram Stoker Festival.…

Clampdown on fuel laundering operations in the capital

Clampdown on fuel laundering operations in the capital

The Revenue's Customs service continue their attempt to tackle illegal fuel laundering activity with ongoing investigations around Ireland. …

Munster beaten by Leinster 30-21

Munster beaten by Leinster 30-21

Leinster’s Boys in Blue leave the AVIVA after an exciting victory over their Munster rivals.…

Police forum tackles concerns of Liberties locals

Police forum tackles concerns of Liberties locals

Residents in The Liberties raised their concerns about serious problems in their community at a recent police forum meeting.…

Tipperary take the title

Tipperary take the title

Tipperary's minor hurling team have once again been crowned champions after beating Dublin in a rather mediocre final, writes Cian McKiernan…

Crime rates on the rise in the capital

Crime rates on the rise in the capital

Despite local Community Police efforts to tackle criminality, burglaries in the Liberties remain a recurring phenomenon.…

Trophy triumph for Dublin minors

Trophy triumph for Dublin minors

Cian McKiernan watches on as Dublin's minor football team lift their first championship in over 30 years after beating rivals Meath in the final…

The Liberties supports the Dublin Gay Theatre Festival

The Liberties supports the Dublin Gay Theatre Festival

Hilary Cole-Pidgeon provides an idea of what to expect at this year's Dublin Gay Theatre Festival…

Boost for Dublin in human capital rankings

Boost for Dublin in human capital rankings

An increase in quality of education and entrepreneurial mind-set of citizens in the Liberties. Words by Jonathan Crean…