As climate change awareness rises and plastic use declines, David Doyle gets the perspective from a zero-waste shop owner in Dublin about these changes
A number of new businesses on the Lower Grangegorman Road were anticipating the footfall of the new TU campus. Colm McGuirk finds out how they’re faring as the wait goes on
Continue the Black History Month celebrations with Dolapo Agunbiade, as she delves into how to support the Black community this week
Ireland has recently topped the list as one of the most Vegan-friendly countries in the world, at least when it comes to our number of restaurants. This is, incredulously, despite the fact that vegans make up only 2% of the Irish population, according to Bord Bia.
In the last few years, diets such as vegetarianism and veganism have become much more popular. Bord Bia recently estimated that 8% of the Irish population are now vegetarian, while 4% are vegan. However, an increasing number of Irish people are turning to a flexitarian diet which means that they limit the amount of meat or dairy products in their diet.
Dubliners love a good market. The Liberty Market, George’s Street Arcade and Moore Street Market are just a few of the more iconic examples. So, why is it that within the unstable and uncertain business climate, markets remain a vital and thriving part of Dublin industry.