After 13 Years of Waiting Will the Liberties Finally Get a Full-Size Sports Pitch?by Laoise Neylon
Under a proposal between Dublin City Council and Hines, the Liberties could get a full-sized sports pitch, but some councillors are concerned with the trade-off of public land with the developer.
On Parnell Street, Some Shop Owners Think Anti-Social Behaviour Is on the Riseby Cormac Fitzgerald
Some business owners and councillors say there has been a rising level of anti-social behaviour and crime in the city centre in recent months, despite what Gardaí figures show.
A New Podcast Captures Wildlife All along the Banks of the Royal Canalby Donal Corrigan
The Lifeline podcast hopes to bring attention to the breadth of biodiversity along the historic Royal Canal.
In Foxrock, Work Continues on Apartments after the Developer and Property Finance Company Close downby Laoise Neylon
In April, the developers behind luxury apartments One Springfield Park went into receivership. In recent weeks the funder for the project, Cullaun Capital, closed up too.
Despite Ireland’s Reliance on Non-EU Doctors, Some Face Difficulty Moving up the Medical Ladderby Shamim Malekmian
Some non-European doctors in Ireland are limited by regulations that prevent them from landing permanent positions or moving up the medical ladder in Irish hospitals.
In a New Exhibition an Artist Finds Ways to Respond Positively to Lockdownby Laoise Neylon
The overall theme of the exhibition is that no matter what is going on, if you have enough agency, or personal conviction, you still have control over your situation, she says.
Council Briefs: Local Property Tax, Halloween during Covid-19 and What to Do with Weedsby Donal Corrigan
Dublin city councillors voted on Monday to vary the local property tax downwards by the maximum of 15 percent for 2021, Halloween during Covid-19 and alternative weed solutions.
From His Studio an Artist Weaves Graffiti into Paintingsby Donal Corrigan
“Graffiti is a free-flowing creative output that can exist outside of cultural institutions like art galleries,” says Neil Dunne.
What We Don't Talk About, Reviewedby Felicia Olusanya
“What We Don’t Talk About is an essential read. It tackles nuanced racial moments that give context to the wider topics we’re all trying to take head on.”
Dean: Pillow Queens Won’t Wait for the Spin to Dieby Dean Van Nguyen
“In Waiting” is “a classic Irish guitar music debut, a proud affirmation of queerness, the power and the peril of organised religion, and a love letter to Dublin”.