We’re looking for a reporter to write a story a week for us on the subject you chose. Applications are due by midnight on 16 June.
Category: A Quick Note
What You’ve Said So Far About the Extra Coverage You’d Like From Us
We’re halfway through our two-week push to ask readers what they’d like us to spend more time reporting on going forward. There’s still time to weigh in.
Will You Help Us Choose a New Subject or Area to Report on Regularly?
We’re planning to expand our coverage by asking a freelance reporter to keep a close watch on a particular “beat” and write a story about it each week – will you help us choose?
We’re Stuck at Our Desks, Will You Help Us Keep in Touch with What’s Going on Around the City?
Since we’re working from home these days, we’re hoping you can be our eyes and ears in your neighbourhood. If you’re willing, we’d love it if you would take a minute to fill out this little form.
A Local Directory of the Services and Offers in Neighbourhoods Across the City
We thought it might be useful to bring together in one directory the offers of help, support, errands, classes and odd jobs in the city. We’d love your help sharing it, and adding to it.
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.
Would You Like to Help Revive Our Cycle Collision Tracker?
We’re looking to spin off this tool for collecting data on cycling safety in the city. Anyone interested in getting involved is invited to a workshop on 18 March.
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.
Event: Social Housing, Fire Safety, and Grenfell – in Conversation with Peter Apps
If you’re interested in social housing, fire safety, and journalism, we’d like to invite you to join us for a chat with Peter Apps, an award-winning reporter and editor for UK-based Inside Housing.
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).