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Dublin scrubs up nicely

Dublin scrubs up nicely

Last Saturday local residents across the city came out to clean their communities, in an initiative dubbed ‘Team Dublin Clean-up Day 2022’. The previous week, Deputy Lord Mayor Joe Costello…

People Before Profit protest for Irish neutrality

People Before Profit protest for Irish neutrality

People Before Profit (PBP) held a protest outside the Dáil in late April to defend Irish neutrality and to condemn the attacks and invasions of Yemen and Ukraine. The protest…

Bridgefoot Street Park finally gets finishing touches

Bridgefoot Street Park finally gets finishing touches

Final touches are being made to Bridgefoot Street Park before its official opening next Wednesday, 4 May.  The park, a major new public space for the area of the Liberties…

GNECB warns public of fraud and account takeovers

GNECB warns public of fraud and account takeovers

The Garda National Economic Crime Bureau (GNECB) is advising the public to be on high alert as recent bank account fraud using third parties has been reported.  Fraudsters are soliciting…

Fatima Mansions revisited: new film recalls life of the flats

Fatima Mansions revisited: new film recalls life of the flats

Vinny Murphy’s latest film gives an insider look into growing up in Fatima Mansions – the good, the bad, and the ugly. ‘Fatima Was Me City’ is an hour-long film…

New student campus on the blocks

New student campus on the blocks

A new student accommodation block with controversial ‘co-living’ spaces is set to rise on the site of Phibsboro shopping centre. In 2020, MM Capital (owners of the shopping centre) sought…

Is online shopping the new reality for retail?

Is online shopping the new reality for retail?

The pandemic has increased the demand for online shopping. Ailbhe Delargy, a seller on the Depop site for small-scale traders, tells The Liberty how it’s affected her business.  Topshop Oxford Street,…

St Francis hopeful despite LOI setback

St Francis hopeful despite LOI setback

St Francis are hoping to return to the League of Ireland First Division for the first time since 2001. David Seagrave asks how close the former Liberties side are to Ireland’s elite?  St Francis Football…

Movie Review – “The Boy” (2016)

Movie Review – “The Boy” (2016)

“The Boy” comes close to being another generic horror film until its unexpected twist. More and more horror films have been gracing our cinema screens in the last number of…

DIT lecturers combat cuts

DIT lecturers combat cuts

About 4,000 Institute of Technology lecturers, members of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland and supported by the Union of Student in Ireland, took strike action on February 3th over funding…

AIB Club football semi-finals : St. Vincent’s v Ballinderry

AIB Club football semi-finals : St. Vincent’s v Ballinderry

Local Liberties side St. Vincent’s beat Ulster’s Ballinderry 2-14 to 1-13 in AIB All Ireland Club SFC. . …