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?
We’re very pleased to be launching Counciltracker.ie today, which will let you quickly and easily see what issues your local councillors have been voting on, and how.
It can be a hassle to chase down whether a landlord does actually sell up when they say they plan to. So let us check for you.
We want to understand the reasons given for tenants’ evictions across the city, and whether they are legal notices. Please tell us your story.
Do you have a call-centre job which requires you to work from a desk alone at home? We’d like to hear more about your experiences.
The free course will be run by the Centre for Investigative Journalism, and focused on skills such as data journalism, investigating companies, and more.
Young people aged 10–14 who live or study in Dublin’s inner-city area are invited to submit stories by midnight on 31 March 2017.
This is a long-term project to track bicycle collisions in the city. If you’ve been involved in a bicycle collision in the city, let us know the details.