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How will Brexit affect the Liberties?

How will Brexit affect the Liberties?

As we go to press, Britain is at last due to leave the European Union, though whether and how it happens is still uncertain. The journey has seen many proposals,…

New co-working space set to open its doors this month

New co-working space set to open its doors this month

A new co-working space called The Masonry will be opening on Thomas Street in March. The repurposing and rejuvenation of this six-floor heritage building will, according to developers ‘Iconic Offices’,…

Architect says councillors have myopic view of hotel development

Architect says councillors have myopic view of hotel development

Two new hotels will open in the Liberties in the coming months providing about 340 bedrooms. Tourist attractions have created a demand for accommodation in the area. A new 202-bed…

Dublin South Central Repeal

The Dublin South Central Repeal group held a launch night on Wednesday the 21st of February, to discuss the upcoming referendum in May. The aim was to educate the people…

The famous Waltons music shop is now closed

The famous Waltons music shop is now closed

The famous music shop Waltons shut its doors on the 12th February. Located in the heart of Dublin for more than 90 years, the shop is now moving all its…

Winter Games 2018 : Ireland returned empty-handed from South Korea

Winter Games 2018 : Ireland returned empty-handed from South Korea

After two weeks of competitions in South Korea – from February 9th to 25th – the 2018 Winter Olympics have kept all their promises. If Norway is the big winner…

Weaver park nominated for European urban park prize

Weaver park nominated for European urban park prize

            In a previous issue of The Liberty we celebrated the opening of Weaver Park, the first public park space to be created in the…

Do kids from the Liberties have enough to do after school?

Do kids from the Liberties have enough to do after school?

By Janus Fabricius You might not remember it, but The Bayno was a play centre for kids in the Liberties. It was where Liberties College is now, and kids used…

Starbucks opens on Aungier Street

Starbucks opens on Aungier Street

Starbucks has opened a coffee shop on Aungier Street, with the doors opening in late April. “The store will offer 20 job opportunities and our great quality coffee to the…

Fellow politicians react to the death of Martin McGuinness

Fellow politicians react to the death of Martin McGuinness

Martin McGuinness will be “fondly remembered” by republicans in Dublin according to Aengus Ó Snodaigh, Sinn Féin TD for the Liberties area. The former Northern Ireland deputy first minister passed…

Rialto man charged with robbery

Rialto man charged with robbery

By Leanne Salmon A 29-year-old man accused of robbing a shop last Thursday on the South Circular Road in Rialto was charged with the crime on Friday. He appeared before…

Liberties charity hope to win €1000 in the ‘Better Together’ competition

Liberties charity hope to win €1000 in the ‘Better Together’ competition

A local Liberties charity has entered the “Better Together” video story competition in the hopes of winning €1000 to help homeless people in Dublin Inner City. The Mendicity Institution, based…

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