Dublin Gazette continues to deliver local news to its readers

by Gazette Reporter
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DUBLIN Gazette is determined to keep its promise to continue delivering local news to readers across the capital despite the devastating impact of the Covid-19 crisis.

We are saddened to learn of the closure of the Northside People and Southside People newspapers. But we are mindful that local papers need local businesses; just as local businesses and communities need their local paper. Dublin Gazette Newspapers is now the only free quality local newspaper publishing in greater Dublin and is determined to dig deep to get through this pandemic.

Fact 1: Local businesses need local papers in Dublin and communities need a local paper each week for reliable updates. Dublin Gazette is the only FREE local quality Dublin newspaper publishing each with relevant community editorial coverage.
Fact 2: Dublin Gazette has published weekly quality FREE newspapers for the past 16 years and has temporarily suspended its print operation during this pandemic, launching a very successful Digital edition some weeks ago.
Fact 3: Dublin Gazette will continue to publish a quality weekly newspaper in Digital format for the short term during this pandemic, and indeed into the future. We will build on our reputation by carrying all that is important and of major interest to communities across the city and county of Dublin.
Fact 4: The Future is FREE. The Future is Local.

DGN continues to focus on its digital edition and hopes to return to print very soon so it can deliver the best in local news to its 400,000 loyal readers. For the short-term the 20-page e-paper will be available weekly, from Thursdays, via our website www.dublingazette.com.

DGN Managing Director Michael McGovern said: “This is not primarily a commercial decision. It is important to retain a brand presence and respect our readers. If they have stories to tell I would invite them to send them into us.

“I hope people take time to follow us until we can go back to print. We will rise again, but in the meantime, readers can stay in touch with local community issues through our digital paper.

“Please stay safe and stay well and we will get through this crisis together.”

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