Instead, the council is looking at keeping services in the existing Phibsboro library, and extending it.
BusConnects Air-Quality Data Suggests High Levels of Pollution in Phibsboro
The National Transport Authority published the data as part of its environmental-impact assessment for the city’s bus network redesign.
What Scuppered Phibsboro’s Short-lived Friday Market?
Councillors say they want the council-run market brought back, in one form or another.
Vacancy Watch: On Connaught Street in Phibsboro, Residents Continue Their Long Battle Against Dereliction
Locals query whether Dublin City Council is capable of tackling dereliction even in buildings that it owns.
“It’s Like I Am Amplifying My Love for the Shopping Centre into a Sense of Lust for It”
In his new work The Drift///Parallax, artist Brian Teeling focuses on the presence of absence, the absence of presence – and the Phibsboro Shopping Centre.
Issue 77: By Pablo Marín García
“The strong Irish sunlight, the cloudy backdrop and the jacket worn by one of the boaters summarise how I think summers are in this city.”
In Phibsborough, a Park That’s Always Been Locked May Soon Open
The Mater Hospital, which owns the Four Masters Park, says it hopes to make the park accessible to the public in the near future.
Phibsboro to Seek Solutions to Climate Change That Work for All
The scheme, called The People’s Transition, is being run from now until August. The first step is to listen to what people want.
Bohemian F.C. to Audit its Carbon Foot(ball) Print
“What’s good for the planet is good for the club, which is good for the fans,” says Seán McCabe, the club’s first climate justice officer.
In Phibsborough, a Punk Collective Keeps Their Community Alive During Lockdown
Deprived of a space to meet up and rehearse due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Karate Klub have kept their spirit alive with the compilation Age of Disease.