The sites could accommodate 1,700 homes, but some councillors worry existing businesses might be forced out, new housing might be expensive, and amenities might not be included.
Author Archives: Sam Tranum
Sam Tranum is a reporter and deputy editor at Dublin Inquirer. He covers climate, transport and environment. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would You Be Willing to Sponsor a Dublin Inquirer Subscription for One of These Schools?
Here’s a list of teachers who’ve asked for subscriptions for their classes. We’ll match each subscription sponsored for them, doubling the impact of the gift.
Sam: How Many Articles Do Journalists in Ireland Have to Write Each Week?
Some say they only have to write two or three, while others said they are expected to churn out dozens – and that quality suffers from that pace.
Sam: What The Journal Has Learnt So Far in Its Search for a Different Way to Fund Journalism
The Noteworthy experiment has seen achievements, but also difficulties. It’s still too early to declare it a success or a failure, says Journal Media Managing Editor Susan Daly.
Help Us Report: How Many Stories a Week Do You Have to Write as Journalist?
We’re curious whether journalists in Ireland are facing pressure to produce more and more, in the same amount of time – and how this is affecting your work.
Overtourism: Issues, Realities and Solutions, Reviewed
“Like a volcano, overtourism has been threatening to erupt for a very long time” and about three years ago it did, this new collection of academic essays on the subject says.
Introducing Our Voter’s Guide to the Candidates Running for Dublin City Council
See who’s running in your local electoral area, and what they say they’ll do – if elected – on 10 key issues, from housing to waste to cycling.
Here’s What Our Readers Want Local Election Candidates to Talk About Most
We asked them and got about 200 suggestions, some very brief and some very detailed. Now we’ve sorted them all to see which were the top-10 most-mentioned issues. Here they are.
What Issues Do You Want Local Elections Candidates to Talk About?
Will you help us shape our reporting on the local elections in May by telling us what issues you want us to ask candidates about?
Apply: A Free Half-Day Workshop on Journalism Tools
We’re delighted to be helping to organise a half-day free workshop for community journalists, run by the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ).