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How will Russia handle sanctions from SWIFT, Visa and Mastercard?

How will Russia handle sanctions from SWIFT, Visa and Mastercard?

On 24 February, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that a ‘special operation’ would be carried out in Ukraine to protect the independent regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, located in eastern…

What drives the cost of fuel up?

What drives the cost of fuel up?

Exactly why are we feeling the pinch in our pockets at the petrol pumps? Nowadays, everybody has seen the price of fuel shoot right up. Prices for this commodity have…

‘Living in a city where your address does not limit your access to opportunities’

‘Living in a city where your address does not limit your access to opportunities’

The Liberate Youth Programme aims to make room for positive change for young people in the Liberties community. Solas Project launched their new Liberate youth programme space at the Coombe…

Year of the French: a visiting student explores Kilmainham Gaol

Year of the French: a visiting student explores Kilmainham Gaol

An Erasmus student from France tries to understand the meaning of the famous site in Dublin 8, a major tourist attraction and part of the story of the fight for…

The evolution of Meath Street

The evolution of Meath Street

Long-time residents say it’s changing. The younger generation moving in say it’s still the heart of Dublin City. Either way, no one can deny that Meath Street has evolved.   Walking…

Building a small business in Dublin 7

Building a small business in Dublin 7

Loon Kaboon is a sustainable prints and illustration business that opened in Smithfield last year, selling handmade prints online and at Dublin craft markets. What started as a lockdown project…

Rain boxes making a splash in Stoneybatter

Rain boxes making a splash in Stoneybatter

Wouldn’t it be great to let rain water run somewhere besides into an overburdened urban system? A scheme based in the north inner city offers one small-scale solution. Tucked away on…

New HIIT has hit Dublin

New HIIT has hit Dublin

The owner of F45 Grangegorman studio talks to The Liberty about being the new kid on the gym block, F45 Training, HIIT and staying in shape.  F45 provides a new…

The Tale of the Liberty Soup Run

The Tale of the Liberty Soup Run

He overcame challenges and is now giving back to the community – Christopher O’Reilly, co-founder of the Liberty Soup Run, speaks to The Liberty. “It was 20 years of madness,”…

Popular toastie spot aims to make Thomas Street ‘home’

Popular toastie spot aims to make Thomas Street ‘home’

In March 2021, bar managers Jack Brennan and Jacob Long were furloughed from their jobs. While Covid shut down businesses all over Ireland, a new one began in Malahide, Co Dublin.  …

Drag goes digital

Drag goes digital

Three Dublin drag artists spoke to The Liberty about the transition from live performances to online shows. With the last 12 months hitting most industries hard, the performance industry is one that was…

Keelan and Aaron Higgs offer Variety in the Liberties

Keelan and Aaron Higgs offer Variety in the Liberties

With the pandemic hitting restaurants especially hard, Head chef and co-owner of Variety Jones restaurant spoke to reporter Nimra Ahmed about home-kit boxes, the restaurant business and plans for the future.   “The name…

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