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Cabbage Patch park revamp

A plan is under way to give the historic cabbage patch park off Kevin Street a revamp and create a safe space that can cater to all members of the…

Council’s ‘super depot’ planned for Marrowbone Lane

Council’s ‘super depot’ planned for Marrowbone Lane

Dublin City Council has voted to rezone a site on Marrowbone Lane for the development of roughly 100 housing units and a council depot – but several councillors in the…

Businesses are being priced out of the area

Businesses are being priced out of the area

According to several business owners, the rising cost of rent is making it harder for stores to stay afloat, causing several stores to close or move location. Locally run stores…

Community ‘not ready’ for children’s hospital impact

Community ‘not ready’ for children’s hospital impact

Communities surrounding the site of the new children’s hospital are going to be significantly impacted in a number of ways due to a lack of sufficient infrastructure in the area.…

Parking fees set to rise this year

Dublin City Council  are increasing the cost of parking throughout the city centre in an attempt to lower the number of people driving into the city centre and encourage drivers…

Residents look back in sadness at Weaver Squares lost community garden

Residents look back in sadness at Weaver Squares lost community garden

Early January brought an unpleasant surprise to the residents of the Weaver Square, when after long resistance, the new locks were put on the beloved community garden. Digging up works…

Will refurbishments effect the antique tradition on Francis St?

Will refurbishments effect the antique tradition on Francis St?

Francis Street is renowned in Dublin for its antiques and collectables. The street has over fifteen stores, some of which have been there for more than four decades. The area…

Restoring life to graveyards

Restoring life to graveyards

The Liberties is going through a complete overhaul recently – with the likes of the Tivoli going, and refurbishments elsewhere. However, many people forget the key restoration of historical graveyards,…

Feeding Vulnerable people in the Liberties

Feeding Vulnerable people in the Liberties

Staff and volunteers from the Little Flower Penny Dinners were busy preparing food for people who were expected to come up to its main dining hall and front dining room.…

Nurses and Midwives unite to fight against austerity

Nurses and Midwives unite to fight against austerity

The new year’s bell rang with a national strike where thousands of nurses and midwives across the country stopped going to their jobs and made a stand, asking for changes…

LoveD8 – a celebration of Dublin 8’s culture and urbanity

LoveD8 – a celebration of Dublin 8’s culture and urbanity

LoveD8, a showcase demonstrating the best Dublin 8’s community has to offer, took place on February 26th in St Patrick’s Cathedral. The event included over 100 community groups, schools, businesses…

Preview of the Inchicore Literary Festival

Preview of the Inchicore Literary Festival

The Inchicore Literary festival will take place from Friday April 26th until Sunday April 28th. The Literary Festival will take place in the Richmond Barracks and will look at and…

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