After a hard year and a big move, the co-op is back on form, managers say, and they have plans to expand – with a bulk-buying service.
While there are concerns about how a planned redevelopment of Newmarket Square will affect local businesses, the developers behind the project say it will be good for everybody.
Since discovering the art of fermentation in 2015, Indigo Micciche’s been experimenting with all kinds of ingredients. Now Micciche’s ready to share recipes.
The Convergence has come to town. It’s trying to get people who are interested in the co-op movement to do something about it.
Powerful folks in suits knocked back whiskey and talked about hundreds of millions of euros of investment they hope is going to flow into the Liberties in the coming years, transforming the neighbourhood.
At the Dublin Food Co-op in The Liberties, about 35 people turned up to chat about starting a housing co-op, as a way to get themselves an affordable – and democratic – home.
When the crash hit, Blackpitts was left with craters of empty, derelict sites. With over 600 new bed spaces, plus bars, restaurants, offices, and more on the way, can it cope when developers come crawling back?