An Inchicore Brewery Adds Bread to Its Beer Recipeby Sean Finnan
“We’re highlighting the fact of food waste,” says Cathal O’Donoghue, of Rascals Brewing, “and I think people like that idea.”
Will Fewer Car Parking Spaces in New Apartments Blocks Mean Fewer Cars?by Erin McGuire
Experts say there are both push and pull factors that help determine whether people abandon cars, or just hustle harder to park up nearby instead.
A New Academy Aims to Spread the Circular Economyby Lois Kapila
The Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun houses four social enterprises with reuse and repair at their hearts. The team wants to help others pursue the same goals.
Sick of Noise, Residents near Dominick Street Block Entrance to Building Siteby Sean Finnan
Those protesting say they’ve struggled to open communication with the firm that is building student accommodation just off Dominick Lane.
Council Briefs: On Adding More Greenery in Stoneybatter, and Social Housingby Lois Kapila
Councillors in the Central Area met on Tuesday and talked, among other things, about plans to ask those in Stoneybatter where they’d like more plants and greenery.
Council Briefs: On Selling Council Land, and the Future of DublinBikesby Aura McMenamin
Some councillors want to put the sale of a small plot of council land back on the agenda. They talked about that, and more, at Monday’s south-east area meeting.
Suzy Suzy, Reviewedby Shrinidhi Kalwad
This novel is “an inventive and wickedly funny take on surviving the teenage years”. “It is a hard-hitting read … well worth your time”, writes our reviewer.
Ebun: On Dealing with Hateful Harassmentby Ebun Joseph
A woman and her partner often face harassment when going out together in their local area. How should they respond? they wonder. Ebun offers some advice.
Doireann: Keeping an Eye on the Effort to Reform An Garda Síochánaby Doireann Ansbro
In a monthly column, we’ll be tracking what’s happening with policing reform: what’s still being teased out, what’s being rolled out, what’s working, what’s not.