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Rat problem in Dublin City Council flat complexes

Rat problem in Dublin City Council flat complexes

Increased sightings of rats in and around many council flat complexes in Dublin city are causing alarm, fear, and distress for many tenants. There have been many cases reported of…

The Georges Street Arcade: Over 140 years and still going strong

The Georges Street Arcade: Over 140 years and still going strong

This quaint little picturesque shopping market, was originally, in 1881, Dublin City’s first purpose built Victorian shopping centre. The George’s Street Arcade has been around and serving the shoppers of…

The Dandelion Market: Dublin’s magical forgotten wonder

The Dandelion Market: Dublin’s magical forgotten wonder

Most people that inhabit Dublin City are very familiar with Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, since its opening 35 years go on November 8, 1988. This particular area of Dublin has…

Rise in derelict sites in Dublin 8 an ongoing concern for its residents

Rise in derelict sites in Dublin 8 an ongoing concern for its residents

With Ireland’s current housing crisis, the number of derelict and vacant buildings in the Dublin 8 has become an area of frustration for locals.    As of February 2023, 11,742…

The Thomas House rocks!

The Thomas House rocks!

Here on Thomas Street, Dublin, only a hop, skip, and a jump from Christchurch Cathedral, lies a very exciting little rock’n’roll gem. Dublin City, in the past, has never really…

Whatever happened to City Spares?

<strong>Whatever happened to City Spares?</strong>

Once upon a time in Francis Street, there was a unique, and most important place, the like of which, alas is gone, but should never ever be forgotten. To the…

‘Women always seem to bare the shame and I think that’s wrong’ — Joyce Greenaway, Whisk(E)y Wars

‘Women always seem to bare the shame and I think that’s wrong’ — Joyce Greenaway, Whisk(E)y Wars

Northern Irish actress Joyce Greenaway brings her favoured Edinburgh Fringe one-woman show for the first time to The Dublin Liberties Distillery – to tell the tale of a dysfunctional family-run…

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…

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