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Saturday 9 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Liberty Hall

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Mary Lou McDonald: Sinn Féin will not take part in protest calling for change of government
People Before Profit are organising a protest for change on 7 March.
Pictures: Thousands turn out in Dublin for May Day protest calling for action on housing crisis
The march has been held to call on the government to address the ongoing homeless crisis.
Fighting for fairness, Ireland stand together on a landmark day for women’s football
Standing up and standing together, as the players demand improvement treatment from the FAI.
Luas workers set to enter two days of meetings at Liberty Hall with union bosses
Employees will be briefed on the state of talks with company Transdev.
'Pure luck no one was killed': Drivers concerned about safety after wheel falls off Dublin bus
Dublin Bus has said maintenance controllers regularly carry out checks on buses.
This is how Dublin's cityscape has changed - and what's in store for the future
A new video maps more than five decades of development in the capital.
VIDEO: SUV hits pedestrians at anti-water charge protest in Dublin
One person was injured after the vehicle mounted the path.
Pedestrian rushed to hospital after car crashes into group of protesters
It happened after a small group of protesters attempted to block traffic in the area.
Greyhound dispute could be set to end after 14-week lockout
A new deal has been agreed between representatives on both sides and now awaits a vote from workers.
Liberty Hall lights up for Dublin's Pride Festival
The lights will be on every night of the festival.
Here's who Labour has picked as its Dublin candidate for the European elections
Spoiler: she’s already doing the job.
Some Dublin Bus workers accept Labour Court proposals...
…but drivers already rejected them last week.
Families of Sackville Place bombings still seeking closure
The 40th anniversary of car bombings in Dublin which killed three busmen and injured 127 people hears how relatives of the dead still waiting for justice.
Liberty Hall: SIPTU disappointed at planning refusal, while An Taisce seeks review
SIPTU is left disappointed as An Bord Pleanála turns down an application to rebuild Liberty Hall – while An Taisce says reviews are needed.
An Bord Pleanála refuses permission for new 23-storey Liberty Hall
The planning authority says the proposed multistorey would be “unacceptably dominant in the city”.
Pics: 11 curious close-ups of scientific images
The Health Research Board wants to “showcase the magic of science” with amazing images. Job done.
Giant banner welcomes Aung San Suu Kyi to Ireland
Amnesty International and Dublin City Council erected the welcome sign this afternoon at Liberty Hall.
Anarchist Book Fair expecting good attendance in Dublin
Anarchy event to discuss racism, the referendum, NAMA, oh… and a boxer in the 1700s.
The Daily Fix: Saturday
Your essential round-up of all the day’s main news and the bits and bobs that you may have missed.
SIPTU set to demolish and redevelop Dublin's iconic Liberty Hall
SIPTU received planning permission from Dublin City Council yesterday and says it plans to build a taller tower.
The Daily Fix: Christmas Eve
In today’s Fix: Ireland’s first skyscraper to be demolished, words that annoyed you most in 2011 and the best dance video you will ever see.
Planning permission sought to demolish Liberty Hall
SIPTU wants to demolish Ireland’s first skyscraper and replace it with an even higher building.
SIPTU postpones plan to rebuild Liberty Hall offices
The country’s trade union says it will reapply for planning permission to develop Liberty Hall in the coming months.