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‘We want to spread the story’: new bookshop opening on Meath Street

‘We want to spread the story’: new bookshop opening on Meath Street

A new bookshop in a small chain that aims to serve disadvantaged areas is soon to open in the Liberties. Third in a network supported by the One Foundation, the…

Plants grow in the new vegan restaurants of Dublin 7

Plants grow in the new vegan restaurants of Dublin 7

There has been a noticeable growth in the popularity of the vegan diet worldwide in recent years. Ireland has been a bit slow to catch on, but new spots around Stoneybatter…

Smart D8 – an initiative to improve health and wellbeing in Dublin 8

Smart D8 – an initiative to improve health and wellbeing in Dublin 8

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris recently announced a new project focusing on the health challenges faced by people in the southwest inner city. A ‘new…

The Liber8 Music Project Class of 2019 Graduate at The Digital Hub

The Liber8 Music Project Class of 2019 Graduate at The Digital Hub

Two weeks ago, a showcase event was held for the graduating class of 2019 for ‘The Liber8 Music Project’. The event saw the participants from this year’s programme perform live…

Celebrating 25 years in business.

Celebrating 25 years in business.

South Dublin GAA club St James Gaels / An Caisleán is proud to say it have been up and running for 25 years now. Beginning as a small, all boys…

SWICN Clubhouse

SWICN Clubhouse

In the corner of a carpark off Rainsford Street in the heart of Dublin’s Liberties is the SWICN (South West Inner City Network) Clubhouse. A place that can only be…

The Digital Hub launch new exhibit FACETS

The Digital Hub launch new exhibit FACETS

Last Thursday, a new exhibition called FACETS launched at The Digital Hub in Dublin 8. The work-in-progress exhibition showcases award-winning photographer Mandy O’Neill’s exploration of The Liberties, and her response…

50 years of Little Folk

50 years of Little Folk

Children’s clothing shop Little Folk is celebrating its 50th year supplying Communion outfits to the people of the Liberties. Located on Meath Street, the shop opened up in October 1968,…

Residents look back in sadness at Weaver Squares lost community garden

Residents look back in sadness at Weaver Squares lost community garden

Early January brought an unpleasant surprise to the residents of the Weaver Square, when after long resistance, the new locks were put on the beloved community garden. Digging up works…

Restoring life to graveyards

Restoring life to graveyards

The Liberties is going through a complete overhaul recently – with the likes of the Tivoli going, and refurbishments elsewhere. However, many people forget the key restoration of historical graveyards,…

Aungier Danger is the new filling for all your doughnuts needs

Aungier Danger is the new filling for all your doughnuts needs

The Liberties is now home to a new doughnut bar, Aungier Danger, which has caused quite a stir already despite only being open since Monday. The crime scene themed shop…

New park coming soon to the Liberties

New park coming soon to the Liberties

  The Liberties area of Dublin is set for a green facelift with a new park to be built in the city next year. Weaver Park, as it will be…

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