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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…

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…

We LOVE Markets

We LOVE Markets

A new monthly market has come to the Liberties. Taking place once a month under St Thomas’ Tower, the new market run by the Digital Hub will appear once a…

Student assaulted by a group of teenagers in Grangegorman area

Student assaulted by a group of teenagers in Grangegorman area

A 26-year-old student has told The Liberty how he was was assaulted by a group of teenagers in the Grangegorman area at about 11 pm on a recent Sunday evening.…

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…

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…

Street artists fight to keep their art on the walls of Dublin

Street artists fight to keep their art on the walls of Dublin

The artists of Subset are determined to end the longstanding argument regarding public art and planning permission. After several disputes over the last ten years, Dublin City Council is now…

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…

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…

Make the call, make the change – ‘Stanhope Centre saved my life’

Make the call, make the change – ‘Stanhope Centre saved my life’

One woman tells of her struggle with alcoholism and the turn-around when she found help in the Stanhope Centre, which has been helping people with addiction for nearly a half-century.…

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…

Union fights for tenants in Phibsboro

Union fights for tenants in Phibsboro

A ‘No Evictions’ protest organised by the Community Action Tenants Union (CATU) took place last Monday afternoon after tenants in Phibsboro were threatened with eviction. The lunchtime protest was held…

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