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Liberties Covid-19 figures on the rise

Liberties Covid-19 figures on the rise

The 14 day incidence rate for cases of Covid-19 in Dublin’s south inner-city electoral areas are both significantly higher than the national average.   The 14-day incidence rate for the South East Inner City ward is 170 per 100,000 people with…

The Liber8 Music Project Class of 2019 Graduate at The Digital Hub

The Liber8 Music Project Class of 2019 Graduate at The Digital Hub

Two weeks ago, a showcase event was held for the graduating class of 2019 for ‘The Liber8 Music Project’. The event saw the participants from this year’s programme perform live…

Celebrating 25 years in business.

Celebrating 25 years in business.

South Dublin GAA club St James Gaels / An Caisleán is proud to say it have been up and running for 25 years now. Beginning as a small, all boys…

SWICN Clubhouse

SWICN Clubhouse

In the corner of a carpark off Rainsford Street in the heart of Dublin’s Liberties is the SWICN (South West Inner City Network) Clubhouse. A place that can only be…

Phoenix Park is a great place to play cricket

Phoenix Park is a great place to play cricket

Civil Service, a club founded in 1863 in the Phoenix Park, is one of the oldest cricket clubs in Leinster. Located in a picturesque part of the Phoenix Park directly…

James Talbot returns to League of Ireland

James Talbot returns to League of Ireland

Having played for Sunderland and Darlington FC previous to his current spell at Bohemians, it’s hard to believe James Talbot is still only 21. Having moved across the water to…

IMMA presents 52 of Lucian Freud’s works in Kilmainham

Understanding art is always a challenge. Trying to get into the complex headspace of the artist, to understand what they were trying to portray and what they want the viewer…

Dub Daze makes its Irish debut

Dub Daze makes its Irish debut

Dub Daze, a new Irish feature film that was written, directed and produced by Irish filmmaker Shane Collins, is a collection of coming of age stories based in Dublin. The…

Some local playgrounds are in urgent need of upgrades

Recently on social media, residents of the Liberties have spoken out about the lack of and current state of green areas and playgrounds in the Liberties. These parks and communal…

50 years of Little Folk

50 years of Little Folk

Children’s clothing shop Little Folk is celebrating its 50th year supplying Communion outfits to the people of the Liberties. Located on Meath Street, the shop opened up in October 1968,…

A tough start to the year for Dublin’s rough sleepers

A tough start to the year for Dublin’s rough sleepers

We are almost three months through 2019 now and everyone is getting back into their regular routines after the hectic Christmas period. However, for some it is much harder for…

Property prices on the rise in Dublin 8

Property prices on the rise in Dublin 8

It’s fair to say the property and construction scene is booming once again in this country. Almost 400 residential properties were sold in the Dublin 8 area between January and…

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