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Tag: From the Newsroom
Will You Help Us Choose a Mascot for Dublin Inquirer?
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.
Do You Have 3 Minutes for a Survey to Help Us Try to Grow?
We’re trying to understand how people learn about and decide to subscribe to Dublin Inquirer.
Join Us: For a Night of Comedy
There’s plenty about Dublin to laugh at, isn’t there? Come laugh at it with us at The Circular in Rialto on 20 October.
Help Us Report: Are You a Council Tenant?
We are trying to understand better how the council manages rent arrears – and would appreciate the chance to talk to council tenants to help us do that.
Join Us: Dublin Inquirer Live, at The Circular on 22 September
We’ll be talking about recent stories you may have read in Dublin Inquirer – and the stuff that we leave out that you won’t have! Book a free ticket.
Event: Europe’s Policies at Its Southern Borders
Join us for a conversation about the EU’s policies at its southern borders with Sally Hayden, author of new book “My Fourth Time, We Drowned” and Ocean Outlaw Project OSI editor Joe Galvin. At Anseo, Camden Street, 9 June, from 7.30pm.
If You’re a Reader but Not a Subscriber, We’d Love to Chat with You
We’re organising a focus group of people who read Dublin Inquirer but don’t subscribe, so we can learn more about the reasons for that.
Help Us Report: Can You Store Your Buggy at Your Child’s Creche?
We understand that this can have a big impact on parents’ time, and the mode of travel they choose. We’d like to learn more from you.
Wanted: Journalist to Report on Arts in the City
We’re looking for a freelance reporter interested in writing one piece a week for us on arts and culture in the city.