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The Masonry – flexible workspace blooms in the former seed and grain warehouse

The Masonry – flexible workspace blooms in the former seed and grain warehouse

There is a curious building on Thomas Street in the Liberties called ‘The Masonry’, which is shrouded in mystery and without any obvious signage as to what lies inside.  The…

Should Ireland follow Belgium in decriminalising sex work?

Should Ireland follow Belgium in decriminalising sex work?

A former sex worker tells The Liberty why she – along with Amnesty International – reckons the five-year-old Irish legislation has done more harm than good The decriminalisation of sex…

Leaving the old, entering the new – Leaving Cert revisions on the way

Leaving the old, entering the new – Leaving Cert revisions on the way

Substantial changes to the Leaving Certificate Curriculum are on the way starting from this September.  Minister for Education Norma Foley TD, announced on Tuesday 29 March her ambitious plans for…

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…

New Michelin stars light up Dublin 8

New Michelin stars light up Dublin 8

Three restaurants in Dublin 8 celebrate being awarded prestigious food accolades last month.   The much sought-after Michelin Awards for excellence in cuisine were announced and local restaurants stood their ground…

TU Dublin’s Grangegorman campus has changed the neighbourhood

TU Dublin’s Grangegorman campus has changed the neighbourhood

In September, TU Dublin opened the doors of its newest Grangegorman campus to students, and new grounds were open the public. The new campus brought two new buildings into use:Tthe…

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…

Phoenix Park speed limit cut to 30km/h from next month

Phoenix Park speed limit cut to 30km/h from next month

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has announced changes to transport and mobility in the park.  Phoenix Park is set for a new 30km/h speed limit from February 28th in…

Connected to culture in Dublin 7

Connected to culture in Dublin 7

As Covid restrictions fall away, the Africa Society on TU Dublin’s Grangegorman campus can be a new focal point for culture and diversity in the city, as well as an…

MMA classes: ‘We’re here to have fun’

MMA classes: ‘We’re here to have fun’

Technological University Dublin’s mixed martial arts club (TU Dublin MMA) introduced MMA classes for female students who wish to learn self-defence and MMA as a sport. TU Dublin MMA is…

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