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What should Dublin Inquirer’s mascot be?

The Bristol Cable has an intertwined cable as its logo. The Ferret in Scotland has, well, the head of a ferret. The City in New York has a pigeon.

We think it’d be fun to have our own, and we’d love to hear your ideas on what it could be.

An animal, vegetable or mineral. A manhole cover, a fox, a seagull, or an ornate lamp post. Whatever you think encapsulates the city and the newspaper’s values.

We’ll pick three of your suggestions to put out to a public vote, before making it official.

If you want to let us know your idea and why you chose it, just fill in the form below. Or, you can email before 14 February.

Lois Kapila

Lois Kapila is Dublin Inquirer's editor and general-assignment reporter. Want to share a comment or a tip with her? Send an email to her at

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