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Love and time is all we have: ‘Love Tempo’ to replace iconic Clock pub

Love and time is all we have: ‘Love Tempo’ to replace iconic Clock pub

A new music-led bar, Love Tempo, is coming to the Liberties – setting up shop on the site of the former iconic Thomas Street pub, The Clock. Much to the…

Smart D8 Showcase 2023

Smart D8 Showcase 2023

Smart D8, the part of Dublin 8 that’s all about making people healthier and happier, announced funding for four new test projects earlier this year. These projects use innovative technologies…

There’s nothing scarier than fast fashion

There’s nothing scarier than fast fashion

A Halloween ‘Swap Shop’ will be taking place in the Liberties this weekend.   Climate Ambassador will be hosting the Halloween themed Swap Shop on Sunday, October 22 from 1pm to…

Phibsboro boxer Thomas Carty talks November fight, Katie Taylor, and fighting in Dalymount Park

Phibsboro boxer Thomas Carty talks November fight, Katie Taylor, and fighting in Dalymount Park

Phibsboro boxer Thomas Carty said that he is going into his November 25 fight with “a bigger fire burning now than ever before.” Carty will fight on the undercard of…

Budget 2024: The fallout leaves many dissatisfied

Budget 2024: The fallout leaves many dissatisfied

As the fallout of Budget 2024 finally settles following the Government’s announcement last week, burning questions are still unsolved as to – who really benefited and who were hung out…

The Nightmare Realm is coming to Dublin City Market this spooky season

The Nightmare Realm is coming to Dublin City Market this spooky season

Europe’s best scream park, The Nightmare Realm, is back this October in Dublin City Market to give visitors a thrilling experience. The theme of this year’s scare fest is ‘Night…

Vacant Ulster Bank building in College Green considered for social housing redevelopment 

Vacant Ulster Bank building in College Green considered for social housing redevelopment 

The former Ulster Bank on College Green that closed earlier this year may be turned into social housing.  In a bid to tackle the on-going housing crisis, Dublin City Council…

Disposable vapes set to be banned in Ireland

Disposable vapes set to be banned in Ireland

Disposable vapes are set to be banned in Ireland with the Minister for Health drafting a new vaping bill.   Health Minister Stephen Donnelly has said he is committed to solving…

Liberty Market turns 50: Street party to be held celebrating iconic Dublin market’s 50th anniversary

Liberty Market turns 50: Street party to be held celebrating iconic Dublin market’s 50th anniversary

A street party will be organised to celebrate the Liberty Market’s 50th anniversary this month.   The event will take place on October 21 to mark the anniversary.   Liberty Market stall…

Iveagh Markets: €9 million funding announced amid fears of structural collapse

Iveagh Markets: €9 million funding announced amid fears of structural collapse

The long-awaited conservation work on The Liberties’ Iveagh Markets is planned to start late next year. The iconic building has been left derelict and decaying since its closure in 1996,…

On Meath Street: Tempestuous conversations, bold statements and appetite for change 

On Meath Street: Tempestuous conversations, bold statements and appetite for change 

As the Dáil returns from a three-month break, a plethora of issues remain unresolved. From a scandalous summer of secret pay deals, intense protests and increased inflation, the new autumn…

Flea market pub crawl ‘Samhain Party’ this October in The Liberties

<strong>Flea market pub crawl ‘Samhain Party’ this October in The Liberties</strong>

The Libertine Market’s monthly market-pub crawl is back on Sunday, October 1, with its Halloween themed ‘Samhain Party’ – spread across several iconic pubs in Dublin 8. Dubbed as a…