Monday August 3, 2020

Dublin's first alt-weekly paper launches

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
5th June, 2015

Fifty thousand readers online every week, a quality print version to be published in a year, and stories that make it into the national news cycle - they are the goals of Ireland’s first alternative weekly newspaper, the Dublin Inquirer, which launched this week.

In its first day of existence, on Wednesday of this week, the site recorded nearly 6,000 page views from nearly 2,300 visitors, according to the magazine’s editor and one...

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