Sunday, August 25, 2019

Iconic coffee shop shuts after 38 years in business

An iconic Dublin coffee shop and landmark closed its doors last week amidst sadness from regulars and locals. The Kiosk, located on the corner of...

New book recalls the era of Dublin Dockers

A new book has been launched that chronicles the history of Dublin’s dock workers. The Dublin Docker: Working Lives of Dublin’s Deep-Sea Port, an illustrated...

Most motorists against banning city rickshaws

Almost 80% of motorists have concerns about the dangers posed by rickshaws in Irish cities, yet most do not want them banned, research has...

Concern seeks judges for schools debating teams

Volunteers are being sought to judge the country’s largest school debating contest which boasts Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe among its tens of thousands of...

We-aver a new park

Officials say that a new community park in the Liberties that was officially opened this week will serve the entire community. Weaver Park in Cork...

Simon Says, get running to support the homeless!

Dublin Simon Community is calling on people to register for the first Simon Home Run. The homeless and housing charity is seeking 3,000 runners and...

St James’s Gate set for massive overhaul

The iconic St James’s Gate is set for a massive transformation, bringing a “world-class urban quarter” to the Liberties. Diageo’s vision to create one of...

Time for men to be Aware of their mental wellbeing

In support of World Mental Health Day next Tuesday, Brown Thomas is partnering with mental health organisation, Aware, to encourage men to look after...

Sword of State set for return to capital

The Office of Public Works is hosting the Making Majesty: Building and Borrowing the Regal Image Exhibition at Dublin Castle. This exhibition explores the shaping...

Charlemont Street delight as 79 homes added

A NEW social housing complex at Charlemont Street was unveiled this week, with 79 units being prepared for people on the housing list. The apartments...